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Big Kandi Ice

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How's the ice on Big Kandiyohi. I want to get to the island and be the first dock in!

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Ice what Ice?

I don't think there is any Ice left King.

J.

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j IM COMIN TOMORROW TO HIT YA UP 4 A SPONSERSHIP BUDDY SO U HAVE BEEN WARNED 1ST grin.gif

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Don't worry I'll send you to Brad grin.giftongue.gif

J.

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Is there any ice left on the area lakes or is most of it all gone?

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For what I have heard from Customers, its pretty much if not totally gone by now. Planning to get the boat in the water this week end permitting it's not raining like cats and dogs.

J.

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Thanks for the info...The dock goes in next Saturday.

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