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Re: 1994 Yamaha 70tlrd question
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Some motors have different alarms for different issues, so if that motor does have multiple alarms that could help further diagnose whether it's an overheating alarm (probably a steady sound) or an oil alarm (probably beeping).

Since you explained that you addressed the oil stuff and the gauges show correctly, I agree with the others and suspect that it's a water issue especially since you mention the alarm goes away when you rev it up. When it runs at an idle, is the tell-tale hole peeing out a steady stream?

I had an issue with a newer Mercury this year that the overheating alarm came on and it would not pee out water at an idle, after replacing the impeller for regular maintenance. Turns out that the coupler to connect the lower unit water tube to the upper unit water tube was also replaced, but it wasn't noticed that the new coupler was much shorter than the old coupler so the water tubes were not really connected. So, pay attention to that when you remove the lower unit and replace the impeller.

Posted on: 7/3 8:59:02
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Re: Open water?
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Nothing open as of this morning. Crow Wing Lake south of town had some areas of open water. That lake usually is one of the first to go.

Posted on: 4/17 11:11:09
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Re: License Renewal
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tonkatom wrote:
they changed the date a couple of years ago
a MN 2018-2019 fishing licence is good THRU March 31, 2019


weve got one more month before a new licence is needed


From what I recall that was true but then they changed it back. Even when it was good through March the license still said it expired at the end of February.


I believe it was actually April 30th, but the point is the same. They only did it for a couple years, around 2012-2014 I believe, before changing it back to the end of February.

I still don't understand why they don't make a yearly license valid from Jan 1 - Dec 31.

Posted on: 2/28 13:18:23
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Re: Boat for sale posting deleted???
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Below are the rules. Since you mentioned you included a CL post I assume the ad was removed because of that, which is really lame if you ask me. I don't understand what the problem is with having a link to a CL ad. It's not like LSF is losing business because of that.

(a) Sellers
• All “for sale” ads must include an asking price. Do a Google search if you are unsure of market value.
• No commercial activities. That includes Sanford and Son types. If you wish to advertise, contact us.
• No external links. (Don’t just link to your ad on Craigslist, Ebay, etc) Some employers block access to these sites anyway. Please take the time in creating your ad. Add a picture if possible.
• Ads that are neglected will be deleted after a reasonable time. Please don’t post an ad if you are not intending on visiting the site again. Keep an eye out for replies to your ad, or any private messages you may receive, etc.
• Do not excessively bump your ad. You are allowed to bump your ad to the top not more than once every 72 hours (3 days) which is a reasonable timeframe.

Posted on: 2/5 12:20:22
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Re: Whitefish ice for wheelhouse
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There's also a decent amount of snow on the lakes too. Not sure how easy it is to get around if you aren't on a plowed or packed down road.

Posted on: 1/25 12:16:17
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Re: Whitefish ice for wheelhouse
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I have not been up on those lakes, but there is a solid 18" on most of the lakes in the Brainerd area, like Gull and North Long. I've heard that Big Trout can have some sketchy ice because of the late freezing because of it's depth so I don't think I'd advise going out there, especially if you've never been there. I think you'd be fine on Lower Whitefish. Not sure about Cross, but the Pine River does flow through there, and right by the public access next to the dam.

Out of curiosity, why are you thinking of these lakes since you've never ice fished there before?

Posted on: 1/25 12:04:50
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Re: wall
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In response to "snow's" deleted post.....


Posted on: 1/24 14:37:32
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Re: Vexilar
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Posted on: 1/11 13:50:26
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Re: Proud father
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That is the first time I've ever heard of, let alone seen a picture, of a smallmouth caught through the ice on ML. Thats awesome! Looks like it was a great day.

Posted on: 1/7 8:59:47
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Re: Minnesota Lifetime License Discrimination?
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Blue22 wrote:
I only wish I was as smart as you Doberfisherman. Never get into a pissing contest with a skunk. if you re-read my previous post, you will see that I "Understand the law just fine". I don't have to agree with it. Check your typing while your at it


*you're

Posted on: 2018/10/7 18:37
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