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Re: Where are you planning on going this year
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Kirk wrote:
Upper Red Lake for sure in January but hopefully first ice also. Next year (2019) if Ret-ro has room I would love to come up and make a few more trips. Hopefully Mil Lacs with some friends that live on the lake and they can show me how to put them on the ice...........Kirk


Chuckle! If things remain as they are Kirk, that would be "Show you how they put them back down the hole".

Posted on: 8/21 17:45:12
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Re: How to catch shrews
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Pieces of Hot Dog, Bacon, or Worms

If you want to us Peanut Butter, mix some Quaker Oats into it.

Keith

Posted on: 8/19 9:38:07
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Re: Where are you planning on going this year
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bottlebass wrote:
Huh, I thought you spent more time than that down there (I knew not the whole winter.. i was exaggerating). Well on the plus side that gives you more time to ice fish with the rest of us!


Yeah, I try to!

Some times I get a Wild Hair. If I find a cheap flight, I head down for a week Solo just to fish and carouse with friends that already live there year round.

The Girlfriend gets a kick out of getting the Email........

"I'm at the airport, take care of the Cat! See ya in a week."

Posted on: 8/15 11:22:24
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Re: Where are you planning on going this year
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Bander won't you be in Mexico all winter?


No. I only get the Girlfriend on the plane for a week at the end of October, and ten days the first part of March.

Got a couple of years to go before we can spend winters, or even just do the Big Move.

Posted on: 8/15 11:02:01
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Re: Where are you planning on going this year
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I don't know.

I really haven't thought about it yet, until I saw your post.

Now? I'm thinking maybe sometime after it's drivable for the Durango, I'll find a Rental to spend a day doing the Zen and the Art Of Ice Fishing thing.

Stare down a hole for a day all by my lonesome on a lake where I can bring dinner back for me, and something for the Girlfriend if I get lucky.

Open to suggestions.

Posted on: 8/15 10:37:28
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Re: Take A Vet Fishing - Mille Lacs - 2017
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Hope you guys have another Bang Up Trip!!

Thank for all you do up there Pole!!

And Kirk, hope your wife is doing well!!

Posted on: 8/5 10:53:55
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Re: Mille Lacs resorts
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Oldstar wrote:
Exactly. The bass nuts are a different breed. 60K boats to catch a few green carp. I don't want to drive 2 hours after fishing all day. Bass vs. walleye guys are just a different breed.


That's gotta be a Personal Perception thang!!

In all the years that we fished Mille Lac, the only time that we stayed over night was the Opening Weekend ritual.

Every other trip was leaving St Paul at 4AM, breakfast in Mora at Sportsman's Cafe, Bait from Jerry's next door to the cafe, then up to the Lake.....fish all day......then back to St Paul.

Posted on: 8/2 10:26:32
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Re: Boating in big waters
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If I had my fishing boat in 18 foot waves I'm afraid it would end like that book "The Perfect Storm"


Naw! The commercial Pangaros are running 22-24" open Pangas wiith like a 90 horse Yammy on the back and flying wide open on those Rollers.

They head out at O Dark Thirty and will go out 80 miles looking for Yellowfin Tuna.

Posted on: 8/1 11:52:47
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Re: Boating in big waters
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Agreed!

IMO The safest route is not ever even close to a straight line!

Take your time, surf following seas, and try to cut the waves at a bit of an angle going into it.

Big is when you can see the birds and the boats around you when you are Up, and nothing but Water when you are in the trough.

I have fished it up to 18-20 footers in a 28' boat in Mexico.
But they are a football field across the tops!

I'd rather that than the 5' Choppers on Mille Lac.

Posted on: 8/1 9:42:25
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Re: Trophy Bull Trout
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Great Catch!!

Posted on: 7/27 12:01:37
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