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Luv2angle

Snowfall...?

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What was the total snowfall for up there after this weekend?

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id put it at 8-10 inches... i was out on the lake over the weekend. nice 2-3 foot drifts around everything when it was all said and done..

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Thank you very much! I was thinking about heading up to some local lake to find some crappies and wanted to see how mobile I could be without a snowmobile! Appreciate it!

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I was told at the resort there was 18in as of sunday morning when we left the lake. There is alot of snow and drifts on the lake.

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I dont think there was 18in on the lake,but the wind did whip those drifts much deeper than that.Didnt even try to access the lake on Sunday,thought it better to just let the resorters clean up the mess of snow and remove those who were stuck out in it.

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