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Worth Bringing Snowmobile to the Pond?

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Heading up to Mille Lacs in the morning. Looking at web cams today there doesn't seem to be any snow. We have two snowmobiles but neither have studs and I'm wondering if it's even worth hauling them up. We're hoping to get to the flats but without sleds that probably won't be happening.

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smalliehunter

Was out to the flats Friday, went out at castaways.  Mostly 4 wheelers and side by sides.  Plenty of sleds around, not much snow tho..  that's a long walk.  Plenty of Fish be be had closer to shore..

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KidMoe

Been running around today and it's bumpy and not much snow but doable with studs and carbides. The edges have some snow for traveling but that's about it. 

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