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muskylover9

Mystery Lake?

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There is a lake/reservoir on the road that runs past foster arends and the quarry. Anyone know anything about it?

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you mean down by the trailer park?

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I know of one at the end of the road weast of the trailer park ,but it is private

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That's it.

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it is owned by rochester sand and gravel and they do not let anyone in there for liability reasons. I know though that there is fish in there i won't say what kind but it is Minnesotas most sought after fish. ike

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a little birdy told me that this lake and Foster Arends would one day be connected...

who knows....

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