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Re: "Check Engine" alarm/light troubleshooting advice
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The three things that I found out there.

Making oil...oil level too high.

MAP sensor

Trim not all of the way down.

Posted on: 7/7 15:52:44
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Re: Tow Vehicle Likes/Dislikes pulling a 8x16 ice house
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I have a 2018 F150 with the 395 Horse V8
With the new 10 speed tranny I doubt that you would need to go bigger.

JMO

Posted on: 6/28 9:05:43
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Re: Hiring Guides
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Whoa there Hoss(es)!!

What these posts seem to be inferring now, is that tipping is mandatory in the first place.

Not in my world.

I tip for good service, not to please The Joneses.

Further, if you travel outside of the U.S., you will find that many places have a percentage tip added to the bill. (if you take the time to translate their language that is. many don't)

Tipping in that instance only marks you as someone to take advantage of.

Anyway, back to the original point. Tipping is not mandatory. If you tip for crappy service, just because you think it is socially mandated, then you simply foster the bad behavior of those false expectations.

Posted on: 6/13 9:21:26
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Re: Hiring Guides
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Interesting reasoning. So because a person makes a decent wage (waitress) they are less deserving of a tip than a person making real good money per hour. (guides) Are you sure you aren't just rationalizing a way to be cheap?

You can save yourself even more money by eating at home and buying your own beer. No need to let anyone else earn a living serving you.



Are guides making upwards of $100/hour? Not where I go their not. Maybe the owners but not the guides. I know my 19 year old niece made $600 in tips in 6 hours (2 - 3 hour shifts) a couple weekends ago plus her hourly wage and she didn't have to fight the freezing cold, blowing snow, drill holes, or clean fish. Hell she didn't even have to clear the tables. If you think a waitress in MPLS, St. Paul or any other place that mandates a $15/hr wage is worth $100/hr (hourly + tips) or more than by all means you give them 20% or more for a tip. I refuse to do it until my wage goes up by double or triple especially since I'm already paying more for the food because of the mandate. When I'm out-state or in another non-mandated $15+/hr state, I still tip 20% or more. But if you think giving a metro waitress a 20% or more tip is noble, go right ahead. As they say, a fool and their money are soon parted.


Is Hooters a fair comparison though?

(chuckle)

Posted on: 6/12 9:31:44
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Re: Hiring Guides
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Doberfishman wrote:
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Doberfishman wrote:
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BrianHoffies wrote:

Interesting reasoning. So because a person makes a decent wage (waitress) they are less deserving of a tip than a person making real good money per hour. (guides) Are you sure you aren't just rationalizing a way to be cheap?

You can save yourself even more money by eating at home and buying your own beer. No need to let anyone else earn a living serving you.



No one tips me.
WTH?

Posted on: 6/10 9:20:57
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Re: Hiring Guides
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I always tip my guides.
That said, I make my requests for how I expect to fish BEFORE we leave the dock. That way I am not disappointed at the end of it all.

Now, one of the things that I learned Waaaay back, is quiz your Guide on how he expects to fish, again, BEFORE you leave the dock.

If your Guide is a Jig or Bobber fishing guy, your day is going to suck if all you have with you o the lake is your Trolling gear.
(and yes, that is exactly what happened)

Posted on: 6/7 14:14:28
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Re: 2003 Alumacraft TP Help
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Try wiping them with a little armorall

Posted on: 5/28 15:35:00
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Re: Entry To Canada
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Posted on: 5/22 14:23:06
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Re: Mille Lacs opener report
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Great report!

Glad you had a bang up time!!

(after hour four, I would have knocked you in the head, and stole your boat headed to shore for a break! lol)

Posted on: 5/13 11:14:02
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Re: Fishing Dumping
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No idea.

But after the U of M report this week, in the future I suspect that they won't even bother hauling them off.

They will just dump all of their "waste" in the lake.
To dirty the water back up, for the benefit of the fish you understand.

/s

Posted on: 5/9 11:54:20
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