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Re: Area ice coditions
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From Lake Osakis, MN
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jake125 wrote:
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I am a weekender, we got our cabin right about a year ago so I have been kinda making my own names for structure but I am sure it is called something different. I refer to the arrowhead region as the center part of the lake that is south of moon bar around the 3 mile area, its a big flat that runs out to the deeper structure. If you look at a navionics map you will see it. Its about 8-14 feet of water that looks identical to an arrow head. The tip of it runs down to 65 f.ow. Hence the name. Hope this helps, and ifts its a different name please inform me, still learning the lake. Thanks!!

I think that is the big flat that runs west from the outlet area I think it is just called the sand flats. It runs west into the deep area with four mile bar just to the NW on the other side. Your right, it does look like an arrowhead. By the way, the truck went through on the east side of the pressure ridge just south of the tip of Battle Point.

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