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Re: Carb Help
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For what its worth I have no dog in this fight whatsoever. There are always 3 sides to every story, his, hers and the truth. It all boils down to perception.

There was no merit to the post made and no qualifying evidence to to validity of the alleged comments.

I am sorry to have derailed this post.

Posted on: 1/18 9:54:59
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Re: Carb Help
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LundGuy21 wrote:
An employee of D-ROCK has been quoted as saying "good, we don't need anymore business!" when being asked about repairing an auger.

While I hope this person was fired, you might want to steer clear for a year or two.


Are ppl not entitled to their thoughts?
Im guessing that as an employee he gets slammed with fixing all sorts of crap that ppl of today know nothing about because of the throwaway society mentality. Everyone here seems to think seafoam is Jesus in a can and when that does not work they have not clue what to do. Every year fewer and fewer learn the skills their fathers and grandfathers had about simple repair and maintenance.

Posted on: 1/18 8:00:58
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Re: Jan 16 Report
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Very cool

Posted on: 1/17 12:47:19
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Re: 13-15 Report
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I think it is all about being in the right place at the right time. They have fins, they are moving till they find a location they like which is usually based on food. 2 weeks ago I struggled very badly on the mud even moving several times. This last weekend was great.

About the best thing I can tell you is that there is always a good bite happening somewhere. I try to keep that in mind and use it to drive me to keep hunting for the active fish which sounds like you did move several times.

Sometimes its just the nature of the beast. Every day can't be lights out like Tv shows that are filmed over a few days and generally info provided by guides or individuals that were just on the lake.

Posted on: 1/17 10:39:17
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Re: How to keep lock from freezing on skid house
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alfisher wrote:
Carry some carb cleaner with you in the truck spray some in the lock it will melt the ice and push the moisture out of the lock cylinder let it dry and spray some lube in it just don't use wd40 it will collect road grim


I used to do that till I learned the carb cleaner was eating my foam insulation inside my wheel house door when I took the door handle off.

Posted on: 1/11 21:37:14
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Re: Mille Lacs roads?
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3 mile reef or flat?

Hunters Point is out to 3 mile reef and they also have a road system covering the boot, Schultz, midget and blue jug flats area. I was out there last weekend as were some wheel houses but there was a crack running right down their road most of the way to the boot. You may want to call to confirm their mud flat road is open to traffic. 16" ice on the 5 flats I covered last weekend.

Posted on: 1/11 7:48:21
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Re: Need to bring plow to get away
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Boondocks landing, furthest landing to the west on URL.
http://www.boondockslanding.com/index.html

Posted on: 1/10 16:21:40
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Re: How to keep lock from freezing on skid house
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Always carry a cig lighter in every jacket. Besides being a safety/survival item you can heat the key up and hold it to the lock. May have to repeat the heat hold process a few times but it will get you by in a pinch. cars, padlocks, house doors are all prone to internal freezing from water/moisture intrusion.

carb and choke cleaner will also get rid of ice in locks, the tiny straw helps to get it where you need it.

Not any solutions to fix the issue but ways to gain access when this sort of problem arises.

Your buddy could be right with the cause of the issue being the high moisture.

Posted on: 1/10 15:52:21
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Re: Ice Castle Furnace
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Yes. The furnace is hooked into a 12v system.
But, I would think that if you had a 110 to 12v converter you may be able to run the furnace if the furnace was hooked the that converter.
Maybe someone else knows that answer for sure.

Posted on: 1/10 13:28:17
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Re: 2014 year class
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broman wrote:
Anyone else wonder if the DNR stocked a bunch of these walleyes? Let me adjust my aluminum foil hat while I wait for others opinions.


It is pretty obvious that the two years we had VERY late ice outs are our OUTSTANDING year classes of fish.

Posted on: 1/10 13:00:20
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