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One Mile Bar on Osakis?

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craigcody

Is there a place called "One Mile Bar" on Osakis? If so, where is it? I've got a map that shows Half Mile, Two Mile, Three Mile, and Four Mile. Any info will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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bigbucks

Not that I've ever heard of. I suppose that could be somebody's name for one of the umpteen other bars...

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Sportfish1850

An old timer on that lake told me the # Mile bars where named for their distance from the launch in town. Don't know if its true or not but I've only been around that lake for 4 years, he's fished it since the 50's so I'll go with it. Since there is no bar between 1/2 mile and 2 mile that might account for the lack of a 1 mile. Just a guess.

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wannaeye

I've heard some folks refer to half mile bar as one mile bar.

It does seem to be all the bars are named for thier distance from the town landing.

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craigcody

It was supposed to be "Half Mile". Thanks.

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