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Re: License Renewal
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If you buy one for kids that are 3 and under its a good deal, after that I don't think its worth it. Some people will say the extra money is going for a good cause but I would rather donate money to local conservation clubs than to give money to the state.

Posted on: 2/27 21:21:01
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Re: Too close?
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One needs to ask...... Would this even be an issue if it was the Bikini Ice Fishing Team moving in on your spot?

Posted on: 2/13 9:08:00
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Re: Too close?
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If 10' is too close, what should the law be? 50'? 100'? 1/4 mile? If the neighbor is relatively quiet and doesn't have a loud generator I really don't care how close they are.

Posted on: 2/12 20:44:24
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Re: Favorite BBQ Sauce
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I like several different sauces, Killer Hogs Original, Blues Hog and any of the Plowboys sauces. Most of these are not available in stores around Mn but browse any online BBQ store and they can be found quite easily.

Posted on: 2/7 20:34:17
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Re: Red Lake Crappies
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Find yourself a time machine and go back about 16 years. Hard to believe the crappie boom was that long ago, now I'm feeling old.

Posted on: 1/19 19:59:43
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Re: Grill for wheel house?
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I have been using a Weber Q 2000 for several years now, great little grill. I use it for tailgating, camping, fishing and I use it at home quite a bit as well. The only maintenance I have had to do is clean out the burner once a year as the holes tend to plug up a little, easy job.

Posted on: 1/17 20:43:00
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Re: Waconia Conditions
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The same could be said for most lakes in southern Mn. I am sure quite a few houses will need to be chipped out of the ice by the end of the week.

Posted on: 1/7 20:48:07
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Re: Freezing door
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Lock de-ice and or a small torch, and wipe your door seals down with silicone spray. Keeping a window cracked may help a bit as well.

Posted on: 2018/12/29 21:06
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Re: Opener, Who Is going up and what area
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I'll be in the Huntersville area, hope to fill my tag early Saturday then stay dry in camp the rest of the time. Well maybe not completely "dry", I'm sure of that.

Posted on: 2018/10/31 9:14
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Re: Boat batteries storage?
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Sure, if you can keep a battery tender hooked up to it and keep an eye on it from time to time. But if you put the boat away and don't look at it all winter I would remove them.

Posted on: 2018/9/29 14:13
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