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Northwoods lake chains offer variety for all boating personalities

4:15 PM, Aug. 13, 2013
A float boat zips past The Beacons on Lake Minocqua Aug. 9.
A float boat zips past The Beacons on Lake Minocqua Aug. 9.
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Boating is a favorite pastime for those who live along the shoreline of a lake or river. But, for those who live and vacation on a lake connected to a handful of other bodies of water, the options for outdoor fun are unlimited.

Longtime Northwoods residents spend an hour or an entire day motoring around on their favorite lakes a few times a week from May through September, and often anchor to read a book, enjoy a picnic lunch or dock the boat for a day of shopping downtown.

The best thing about living on a chain of lakes? Exploring a handful of lakes and discovering each lake's personality and what it has ...

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