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On 4/14/2018 at 8:24 PM, smalliehunter said:

Only one I've found

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Awesome did the dog help?

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jgrimmz

Anyone been out this year? My Girlfriend has found one but I still haven't. Trying to train the dog to find them but no luck so far

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paceman

No still way to much snow. Tried to go for a walk in the woods the other night and turned around after about 50 yards. Snow was still over my knees. I need to get a pair of snow shoes.

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Wanderer

I spent some time out last weekend in Central MN and agree there was too much snow.  But we lost most of it this past week around the house so I’m thinking this weekend could be worth another try.  All the low areas will have water in them though.

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