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rcook72

truck on the lake

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Man, I saw this guy on crooked lake in a cherokee out on the ice. Could not believe it as everyone else was walking out there. I took my wheeler out but just followed the shoreline. Had 7" in the middle. Only 3 small perch.

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where is crooked located i checked the snr site and 24 or so showed up

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I was at the one in andover, anoka county.

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yeah welcome to minnesnowta, land of geniuses. Some people never learn until they find out the hard way, uhhderrrrr

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I was on crooked on saturday,and saw a wheeler two,but no truck! What are people thinking?

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