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Frozen ‘cities’ of N.D.

Ice fishing brings many to area lakes

January 4, 2014

UPPER SOURIS NWR — The number of ice houses on Lake Darling this winter has risen to an estimated 250, transforming the lake into one of the largest communities in the region....

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Jan-04-14 1:16 PM

They are actually big oil man camps.

Vote NO, keep taxes LOW

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Jan-04-14 8:52 AM

Fishing for myself on this Lake has been a waste of time and NO fish worth the time or expense. IF this Lake would have been empty and used for serious Flood Protection the 2011 FLOOD would never have happened. NO AMMOUNT OF RIVER DIKING WILL EVER OFFER THE PROTECTION THAT MAKING DARLING A DRY D A M WOULD PROVIDE.

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Jan-04-14 7:53 AM

Miniature man cave's, beer drinking, deer sausage eating maybe catch a fish spousal vacation.

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