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Question by Drew Steven Knoop. Uploaded on February 02, 2010
no "googling" lets here some straight up answers...
i agree with neylandfan
thanks tennessee brother
I make an educated guess here, will be "Alaska" for me!!!
minnesota.. no alaska
no google for me, just answer top of my head...
Florida or California?
keep guessing, someone might have it but i want to hear a few more.
Land of a thousand lakes.
If you have ever flown over Alaska you will see there is no doubt that is the place. Many of the small lakes are shallow and hold no fish as they freeze all the way to the bottom.
BTW Lake County Florida alone has 1442 named lakes. I still think AK is no 1 if you count every little pothole.
Minnesota is the first state that came to mind. But, who knows if you play with the definition of a lake. I wonder what it would be if you included the Canadian provinces.
I keep hearing that Ohio is the only state where all the lakes are man-made ... but I think they forgot about Lake Erie.
I always thought Minnesota until i read a comment on someones pic on this website the other day. I'm going to go with Alaska
Alaska!!! Its not even a contest Alaska has soo many more than all the other states...
minnesota. anyone ever heard of the state of ten thousand lakes.........minnesota
alaska. anyone ever heard of the state of three million lakes you probobly havnt because most people dont know that alaska has 3 million lakes. many more than minnesota
alaska it is
Alaska first, then MI/MN, and WI for fresh water.
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