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Saturday forcast?

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I am in the contimplating mood, and need a little help deciding what to do. With the Forcast of Saturday of 10-20 mph winds out of the South East switching to the West later in the day, should I make the trek? I was out last Saturday and was blown around the lake. I will be having my dad and uncle along with me and they are excited to fish the big pond. I am coming over from the Brainerd area, and would like to not have to trailer all the way to the other side of the lake to fish. My question is this... Would a South East wind be terrible to try and fish the Garrison side? I know that it is less than ideal, but compared to the North / East wind of last weekend, this should be (for a lack of other words) better. Any suggestions?


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