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GullRock

5 lake area Acres near Lake of the woods

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5 acre lot for sale up near Lake of the Woods. The property is located two miles from Babblers and Arneson’s Resort. For those of you that know this area well, it is known to have the best reef fishing on the south end of the lake. The lot is also close enough that you can see the lake from the road. Also, the property is high ground that is buildable. I’m only asking 14,900 for the property. Please let me know if you’re interested and I’ll give you directions to go look at it.

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ChuckN

Property sounds familiar....is this Jamie?

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ktjig

A buddy of mine has two places at Babbler's and we've been fishing there for years, usually about three trips a winter. We're from South of St. Cloud about 35 miles. We've been talking for years that we'd like to find some land up there close to Babblers to build on. We would be very interested in talking to you to get more information. If you could please e-mail me, we could maybe talk over the phone for a few minutes. Thank you.

[email protected] Thank you

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ktjig

Hey GullRock- If you could e-mail my buddy over the weekend, we shure would like to talk. Very interested. Thank you.

[email protected] We can call you if you let us know your telephone #.

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GullRock

Hi Chuck. You guessed right it is me. How the heck have you been? Boy it's been a while since I've seen you. I think it was way back some years ago Jeff and I met you and Josh at Leech on the opener. As I recall it snowed 3 inches that Friday night. BRRRRR.

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GullRock

I sent your buddy an email with my contact information...

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ChuckN

Wow, that long?? Between hangin out with Jeff, Aaron, Brians, etc.. thought I would have run into ya since. confused.gif

I don't want to remember that trip, but thanks for the reminder.

Might have to talk to you about that property...Aaron and I will be up there soon, you should join us. grin.gif

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GullRock

You know, Aaron mentioned that I should join you guys, however I have to be in St.Cloud that weekend to help a family member move. Thank you for the invite... Let me know if you're interested in looking at the land and I'll shoot you directions. Good luck on your trip, I've heard the fishing has been good.

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    • Wanderer
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