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joeltjen10

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I'm going to be moving to the cities next summer, Hopefull the near the Eden Prairie Area. I'm looking for a city near there such as Prior Lake that has a lake with good fishing. Any Suggestions?

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Minnetonka or Waconia sound like what you are looking for.

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Waconia is the place. The lake has it all. Houses are still OK in the area price wise. Musky's, Walleyes, you name it.

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TycoCowboy-

On a sidenote, I'm curious as to your connection to Tyco. I work for a company owned by Tyco. Tyco, as the 'parent' company, provides the benefits and sends us a bunch of junk email and makes us take a mess of worthless online training.

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