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bassphish2005

Grace or Rock lake

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I just bought a place up close to these two lakes,and I am looking for any info on these two lakes in the state forest up off Mn hwy 48

Thanks

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bassphish2005-I hunt and play in the State Forest those lakes are in/near. The locals seem to know of better fishing lakes in the area. I would not like to post the little info I know about one of those lakes here, but if you post an e-mail, I will let you know what I know.

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info to samiam.2.1@netzero.com

thanks alot

I fish the St. Croix up that way,but have a bassboat that needs water also,and I am only one hour away and in the area often

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bassphish-

e-mail sent

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Thank you again,did you say you had a place up by there? or just enjoy going up there from time to time?

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I wish I had a place up there. My Father lives close, and I have camped in the state forest a few times. I am pretty much too busy to do much summer fishing these days. Do hit it hard here in the winter, though. The forest road for these lakes is often closed in the winter, thus limiting me somewhat. I mainly go up there now for deer hunting.

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