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seifjr

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Coming up this weekend and fishing out of a sleeper on the south end of the lake. I beleive we're fishing south of the pressure ridge out from No Name Lane. I will have an ATV and portable sled house. I'd like some guidance from someone who has locked in a pattern during the week. We will be arriving Friday morning around 10 a.m. and staying through Sunday morning. Looks like the barometer may be falling on Saturday, so that day would be preferred. However, there may be less traffic on the lake Friday, so that would also work. Please post if you are interested in the job.

Steve

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