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Grapevine Lake - Twin Coves Trees #13562380 05/18/20 02:50 PM
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Its been about 10 years since Ive been to the Twin Coves area. I remember there used to be a ton of trees there. Are these still there? I was looking at Goggle map and it looks like they are gone.

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decent amount of timber up there

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Originally Posted by Jared D.
Its been about 10 years since Ive been to the Twin Coves area. I remember there used to be a ton of trees there. Are these still there? I was looking at Goggle map and it looks like they are gone.


Yep. I like bringing the canoe up in there

Re: Grapevine Lake - Twin Coves Trees [Re: Too Fat 2 Fish] #13562634 05/18/20 06:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Too Fat 2 Fish
decent amount of timber up there

Thanks!

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