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Re: ice on garrison bay?
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any updates? would like to walk out to garrison reef from the access. I hear its a short walk to some decent structure. Never have ice fished there before.

Posted on: 2012/12/20 21:09
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Re: Clam 6x6 pop up at Costco $169
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queenpdog wrote:
I was at Costco tonight (Eden Prairie) and did not see any Clam pop ups. I did however see a giant stack of Strikemaster Lazer Mags (42cc Solo powerhead). I didn't notice what size the augers were, but the price was $399.


Baxter has both too. The lazer mags were 8 inches.
Good deal. Basically $50 off the MSRP lazer mags.

Too bad they don't have the lazer's.

Posted on: 2012/12/5 23:48
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Re: ***Official what did you get at the Ice Show thread***
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Per eye candy: did you see "the girls of camo" calender


yes. and actually those girls are tad on the skinny. there were others I wish were in a bikini though...

Almost got a calendar for the ice castle...

Posted on: 2012/12/2 0:16
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Re: ***Official what did you get at the Ice Show thread***
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Scored a hella deal on a new Frabill Trekker DLX I've been talking about.


Trekker DLX $400
Hyfax AND Cover for $50
Frabill Fleece Jacket for $70
Free Frabill hat and depth bomb w/lanyard

Not bad considering the Trekker DLX MSRP is $499.

Also ordered a TUC Precision rod with graphite handle and black anodized rec guides. ETA 2 weeks. TUC guys were great to talk to at the booth.

Plus the free Clam puck. Some nice eye candy at some of the booths too. I would like to win a free vaca in FL.

Posted on: 2012/12/1 19:40
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Re: Group Buy - 12 volt 9 amp batteries UB1290
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Not to rain on the parade.
But just got a 9amp hour at Fleet Farm tonight for $19.99 on sale.

Posted on: 2012/11/30 22:14
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Re: Group Buy - 12 volt 9 amp batteries UB1290
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Not to rain on the parade.
But just got a 9amp hour at Fleet Farm tonight for $19.99 on sale.

Posted on: 2012/11/30 22:14
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Re: New locater
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muskiezan13 wrote:
It's a little more breakable than the FL-20 quote]

Please clarify.

LX7 is all digital. Less moving parts than the FL-20, so less chance of breaking. Not that either tend to break. Both are solid units.

What I like about my LX7 is that its software is upgradeable through the years and not fixed.

Both will mark fish. Only the LX7 can you customize your view.

Posted on: 2012/11/28 21:41
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Re: 6.5'x14 v-nose or 8x16 v-nose ice house advice
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I slept one night in my 6.5x14.
Besides the noisy forced air heater (I put a ventfree heater in this year), sleeping was tough.

The mattress that came with mine is not the most comfy. I'm 5'10" so length wasn't too much of an issue. As long as you have a good mattress you'd be good.

But as stated, you can't have too much room. Myself I'm looking to upgrade sometime to a 8x16 which would be perfect.

Posted on: 2012/11/21 20:40
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Re: Brand New StrikeLite II in the Bargain Cave
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Saw that one too.

Also there was two Nils 6" hand augers there. And some Cabela's brand hub shacks I think.

Posted on: 2012/11/14 22:34
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Re: 788c for Ice Fishing
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I did the same this year for my 788ci.

I did it mainly to utilize the gps functions. Much cheaper to convert it then to buy a hand held gps for now.

Just go to Amazon and buy the conversion kit Humminbird has and the ice transducer. There are two ice ducers, one is for the ICE flashers and other for open water units.

The ducer you want is the XI 9 20
Kit is the Soft Portable Case for 100 and 300 series.
It doesn't state it, but it also includes a power cable to hook up a flasher batter and mount for the unit.
I had ordered the power and mount separately but ended up returning them as they were included in the soft pack kit. Nice thing is you also get the soft carrying case.

I love it so far. As far as ice flasher use, that remains to be seen. There is no IR button and not as many functions as your regular ice flasher. But it will work. I have a feeling it may not be friendly around other flashers, as far as interference. But for the relatively low cost of converting it to ice use, its a good price. Now I can use it all year instead of just the summer.

Humminbird has an Amazon store, and their prices are discounted quite a bit from the online HB store. Dunno why. So that's why I suggest Amazon.

Posted on: 2012/11/8 10:19
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