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Re: turkey legs??
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Just up the road from you! Give them a call and tell them what you want.

Its been a few years, but we were never disappointed with those folks.

Did all of our Deer processing and Sausage making with them for years as well.


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Posted on: Yesterday 14:50:08
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Re: Steelhead and Loopers
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Yeah that is really too bad that pucks screw things up for everyone else.

If you wanted to fish the mouth though, I think you can still walk up the shoreline to do so.

Glass v. Goeckel, 473 Mich. 667, 703 N.W.2d 58 (2005)
Michigan LCV Analysis

This important ruling confirmed that the public trust doctrine applied to the Great Lakes and that beach-walking was permitted along the shoreline, along with the traditional public trust rights of hunting, fishing, and navigation. The public trust doctrine means that the state protects the lands in trust for certain public uses, even if they’re privately owned.

The Court unanimously held that the public had a right to walk within the public trust zone, but disagreed about the extent of that zone. The majority held that it extended to the ordinary high-water mark, including areas that are uncovered when water levels are low. The dissent, on the other hand, would have limited the public’s right to walk the shoreline to submerged lands.

Posted on: 10/15 16:41:55
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Re: Trailer wiring frustrations
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Sweet!!

Glad to hear you found it!!

Posted on: 10/8 9:16:44
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Re: Trailer wiring frustrations
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Sorry I am in late on this one!!

We had very similar symptoms on the boat trailer years back.

I finally got frustrated enough that I removed the lights in the back, soldered new wire to the old ends and pulled the new wires though the trailer rails.

What it turned out to be was that Mice had gotten inside the trailer rails and had chewed off the insulation up in the rails.

So the lights would work sitting in the garage, and then a few bumps down the road the bare wires (pick a side LOL) would short to the inside of the rails and everything would go Wonky.

Good Luck!!

Posted on: 10/5 9:37:28
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Re: Mysterious leaking gear lube
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Check for anything getting hotter than it should be.

Posted on: 10/2 10:28:47
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Re: Mysterious leaking gear lube
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Maybe you aren't leaking it, but burning it because of a bad bearing.

Posted on: 10/1 12:42:20
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Re: Looking to hire propane piping in Rush City area.
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That's odd!

Anyway Peterson's is Rush Lake Resort on the East lake.

I think that they still store and drag houses, so may know someone.

Posted on: 9/12 15:33:50
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Re: Looking to hire propane piping in Rush City area.
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I'd check in with Rush Point Store.

I think they know about everyone in the area.
If not, then Flickabirds and the Petersons over at Rush Resort.

Posted on: 9/12 12:35:56
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Re: St Croix fishing.
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Thanks!

Posted on: 9/12 10:50:28
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Re: Pool 5 Bassin
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Nice!

Posted on: 9/11 14:54:57
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