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Sonicrunch

I'm coming up to Brainerd this weekend!

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So, how much snow is on your lakes? I am wondering whether or not I will need tire chains. If I do, I'll prolly go to your Mills Fleet Farm to get them (if they're still out, and my size is available.)

Where else can I pick up tire chains in Brainerd?

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Wondering as well how much snow would be up around the Pine River area. Wondering what machine to bring up.

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I would say a good 10 to 14 inches are spread across the area, from Brainerd to Backus.

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Sleds would me my choice of transpertation or get chains on your atv for sure.

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Bring the sled or get some chains. 10-12 on the ground and another storm on the way Wed./Thur. that should bring more.

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YAY!

I'm coming up Thrursday night.

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Well that sure sucked.

I couldn't get on the lake with the ATV. We had to trudge thru that snow.

Got 5 crappies though.

I was disappointed to find out that none of the resorts were plowing roads.

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