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Re: Huumingbird Ice 55 new owner?
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Its the evil ice fishing Gods telling you that you made the wrong choice!...bahahahahah

Posted on: 2014/1/22 11:17
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Re: Jiffy Pro 4 Lite?
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Pro-4 lite only comes in a 8" or 6" auger, Engine size is slightly smaller, it is a single chipper blade, and the handle on top is slightly different.

Great propane auger!

Posted on: 2013/12/27 13:29
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Re: Marcum lx9 with camera
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LX-9 can be used in the summer also. It has charting capabilities. Year round use!

Posted on: 2013/12/20 13:26
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Re: Jiffy propane auger
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Company statistic is 8" auger 250 holes for (1) 1lb cylinder through 24" of ice. I personally have logged 400 holes starting around 8" of ice up to 24".

Propane! you will never regret it.

Posted on: 2013/12/6 13:18
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Re: Jiffy?
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Knoc is spot on!
There are just places you are going to fish that electric will not do. Think about taking a trip with your flasher, the first thing you think of is how am I going to charge it... I can fish without my flasher... What happens if its dead, screwed! I keep one propane bottle in the truck and one on the machine. They sell them at every bait shop, gas station or resort. I don't want to mess with gas anymore. There is a thousand articles on how bad it is and how long it lasts. How to take care of it when you store it..
With the propane auger you unhook it and your done. You can be done for a week or a year it makes no difference! Good luck with your decision.

Posted on: 2013/11/5 13:19
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Re: Open Water Trolling for Mid-Summer Walleye's
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I will thank you again for the lead core article. It has launched an obsession!

Posted on: 2013/7/2 12:39
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One last trip!
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It was mainly to say I just did it but I drove the motorcycle right to the lake and walked out on April 28th. Check out the auger mount!

bike auger photo bike_auger_zpsa54e826b.jpg

Posted on: 2013/4/30 13:22
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Rod Building Class
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12/14/2004
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Not sure were to post this but if your in the Mora, MN area the rod building class starts January 2nd at 7:00pm at the hight school. You can build Summer or winter rods. Thousands of options.

Posted on: 2012/12/28 8:33
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Re: P K Lures??????
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I use the flutterfish all the time! It is one of my best kept secrets. I use it with a minnow head and work the bottom foot of the water column. Lake of the woods in particular.

Posted on: 2012/10/22 9:28
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Re: Repairs - Need Some Help
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Get the patches and use a product called tear mender. You should be able to get it at walmart. It works well!

Posted on: 2012/10/3 10:53
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