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Re: Philando Castile
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Reinhard wrote:
If a police officer get's consent to search the trunk then there is nothing wrong with that. There are times a police officer will cuff someone for their own protection during the search of a vehicle. Does not make that police officer a bad cop. good luck.



You mean if your of a poor or of color demographic?

Let me know how many E Class driving white folk are being cuffed on 50th in Edina for a tail light and legal carry vs someone 'not that demographic & geographic. Then you may have my attention.

Otherwise, I'll just respect your opinion and move on.


I'm not from Edina (far from it) but there is a very obvious crime rate difference between Edina and North Minneapolis. Those are facts.

I think it's easy to question the police officer sitting from your computer but put yourself in his shoes. If you were the officer are you more likely to cuff someone in an urban area or a suburban area, if you see what they see everyday?

Posted on: 6/21 10:23:09
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Re: Mid June
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Sounds like the smallmouth bite has not really turned on yet. Maybe soon. I would for sure plan on slip bobbers and leeches, edge of flats, the deep break, and some closer in rock piles at evening. I'm sure Red Door can point out some specific structure too.

Posted on: 6/14 9:35:04
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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I think that's what the one over 20 inch and one under would accomplish as well, without being super complicated

Posted on: 6/13 11:44:14
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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I know that netting during spawn is not helping. How else can you explain the big boom we are seeing now? (no nets that year!) All the fishing rules and regs we have for ALL lakes in Minnesota are designed around protecting walleyes during the spawn.

I agree it's a complex subject. But let's at least start with the obvious.

I was talking with my resort owner this past weekend and sounds like one of the harvest proposals is one fish over 20" and one fish under 20". This may help spread out the year class harvest better than the previous slots.

Posted on: 6/12 15:28:13
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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The bite is great. There are lots of walleyes in the system right now. But they are predominately the 2013 year class. What happened that year? Oh, we had late (very late) ice out and they couldn't net.

Coincidence?????

Posted on: 6/8 12:36:20
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Re: Any new reports
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was up last weekend. fish were still in similar spots to opener. we got them 20' during the day and 10' evening. water temp was mid 50s

Posted on: 5/31 13:53:13
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Re: flourocarbon line
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I use straight flouro on my trolling rod and jigging rod. I use mono on my bobber rod. I use braid, with a leader for rigging.

No issues for me having a full flouro spool. I use Vanish Transition.

Posted on: 5/30 10:14:07
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Re: Mid June
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I wouldn't plan on any perch or panfish on Mille Lacs period. Having said that, your kids should have a good time catching and releasing walleyes. June is prime. I wouldn't worry about minnows, unless you want to target pike. Leeches and crawlers rigging deeper during the day. Leeches under bobbers for evening. Or trolling cranks is fun too.

Posted on: 5/22 12:37:47
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Re: 5-20 report
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Thought about going, but my step-father cancelled because of the weather. What depth?

Posted on: 5/22 12:32:41
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Re: Driveway Options
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If possible, I'd rather spend a little more now and not have to do any maintenance on it.

Also, I just put BFG All Terrain tires on my truck and noticed that I now spit out a few pieces of gravel each time I leave the driveway. Not sure if that problem would go away once it's packed correctly or if that also plays into what material I should choose

Posted on: 5/22 10:20:36
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