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Re: Marcum LX-5's for 40% off!
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If you're around a Gander Mt, it might be worth swinging by just to see if they have any ice flashers left. I know the Baxter one had some Marcums and Vexilars for a little while that were 40% off then 50%, and have been getting some new inventory trickling in here and there, so even if there were some and sold some could show up later.

Posted on: 6/26 12:50:40
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Re: Clark Lake Question
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Largemouth bass, crappies, bluegills, and small pike

I've fished the lake just a couple times open water. There are a few panfish that have some size to them, but overall they're a little small. I haven't caught a ton of bass, but I was impressed with the average size, in fact right by the hockey camp was pretty decent. Any of your typical bass tackle works out there, but with the abundance of lilypads and reeds, I'd use frogs and spinner/buzzbaits. There are some nice weeds for crankbaits too. So yeah, it's worth fishing, good luck.

Posted on: 6/22 9:14:12
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Re: Minn Kota problem
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oops, double post

Posted on: 6/22 9:07:37
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Re: Minn Kota problem
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There are a couple of different styles of foot pedals for the Power Drives, depending on it's age. V2 has the round connection plug, the Legacy is the flat style plug. Both are on MK's website.


Minn Kota Foot Pedals

Posted on: 6/22 9:06:23
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Re: Vermilion restaurants and etc.
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It's been a number of years since I've been to the Big V, but the Vermilion Club is right at the west end of Daisy Bay. They have some good pizza there. You can beach your boat and walk up the path to the restaurant/bar (look at Google Maps to see exactly). Bay View Lodge is in the SW part of Big Bay, straight south of Strawberry Island. It gets pretty busy and loud during the summer, and I would suspect they'd have some stuff going on during the 4th.

Posted on: 6/20 15:05:13
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Re: Helix 9 SD card problem
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Quote:

Jmnhunter wrote:
have you tried the other slot?




Posted on: 6/8 15:26:01
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Re: Any new reports
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I went north out of Garrison and saw bugs everywhere...

I have found I cant find smallmouth though. Any advice on finding them... even small ones please send them over LOL


I was thinking of trying for smallmouth tonight, but from last week's experience, a couple other reports, and now yours, I may not. I've seen a lot of boats bass fishing this year, and have heard of many others. I wonder if the increase in fishing pressure is effecting the bite? I know on other area lakes that the bass are shallow, on beds, so I would have thought ML would be good fishing too.

Posted on: 6/8 10:33:02
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Re: Some 2017 Notes- Leech Lake
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Great report indeed. What was the length on that good looking muskie?

Posted on: 6/5 14:59:46
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Re: woman lake
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http://www.lakestatefishing.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=97078&forum=32

Word is mid 50's on Leech. The last couple nights here in the Brainerd area I found mid-upper 50's. So I would expect Woman to be upper 50's, maybe 60ish by Sunday.

Posted on: 5/26 11:43:32
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Re: Where will the smallmouth be this weekend on the pond?
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I'd guess shallow, tops of rock piles, and along rocky shorelines.

Posted on: 5/25 13:50:42
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