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lake condition?

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just wondering if anyone has any information as to the travel conditions on area lakes. drifts, slush etc. heard of anywhere from 12-14" in the area. sounds like a chance for another hit wednesday or thursday depending on how it tracks. tongue.gif

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I dont know what conditions on lakes are but it rained 1/2" before the snow.

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Calhoun was fine on Sunday, I made my own trail. Just use your 4wd. And I didn't have any water or slush under the snow.

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