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dwninthedepths

Anyone with gps coor. to the res line

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dwninthedepths

Was wondering if anyone has the gps coor. to the reservation line. I would hate to go over it....

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Walterwontfalter

It says on the Lakemaster software that it's an indefinate boundary. I'd just stay plenty far away from it. There's enough lake to fish on the East side of the Boundary that you don't have to go close to it. I'm sure that if you went over it you would know soon enough that you went too far. grin.gif

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LABS4ME

I believe they are posted in this year's MN fishing regulations booklet.

Good Luck!

Ken

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deerwoody

Best fishing is far from the res line.

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minimite

you hit that one on right on nuts wink.gif

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Desperado

Quote:

Best fishing is far from the res line.


Would that be:

far East from the line? confused.gif

OR

far WEST from the line? shocked.gif

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minimite

if your fishin for slabs i'd stay far east wink.gif

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ozzie

Why have you tried west!!! tongue.gifgrin.gif I bet you will have more time to fish on the east!!!

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kelly-p

Just do a search of the archives. The cords. have been posted many times.

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Meadow Creek

If you stay east of 94 43.000 you will be close to the reservation line, but safe enough to avoid any misunderstandings with our Red Lake fishing partners to the west.

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