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Re: Electronics for a snowmobile or wheeler
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I have a hds5 gen 2 on the wheeler and it works great bought the standard power plug and added a cigarette plug on my own and saved a few bucks. I use the ram mount so put a ball in the truck, on the boat and on the auger rack for the wheeler and it moves with whatever I am using. I use it for mapping only. Hds9 was too big for anything but the boat for me.

Posted on: 2017/1/22 19:54
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Re: Winter Boot sale
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X2 on the cabelas predator boots. Bought them two years ago and love them. Warm waterproof and comfortable. They are big and clunky but I got used to them pretty fast. Easy trade off for the comfort.

Posted on: 2017/1/20 21:31
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Re: dash ligth acting like brake ligth
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Could be the multi position switch in the steering column . That's what I think it's called. It's the turn signal switch. My old jeep tj lights up the left blinker when braking sometimes . I just have to wiggle the turn signal arm and it stops but your switch may be more worn or corroded.

Posted on: 2017/1/11 21:21
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Re: Clear by the freeway in forest lake
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I think it's funny, since he posted his little rant this topic has had almost a thousand more views. If he would have just left it alone it would have just slid of into history, instead it's been on the front page for several days. Now who is the genius? Gotta love irony.

Posted on: 2017/1/4 9:14
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Re: Rod Building Equipment
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Beanne wrote:
I just bought this set last month to build one. It worked fine.

http://www.mudhole.com/MHX-Turnkey-Ice-Rod-Kits


That looks like a great setup for the money. It has everything you will need for several rods. I built my wrapping setup and drying setup myself but could have saved a lot of time buying this kit. If it's not your thing you will be able to sell it without losing much money. You will enjoy it more if you have the proper tools. Look on YouTube for others making budget setups if the price is too high. You can get away with a cardboard box with a couple notches cut in it but good equipment makes it much easier.

Posted on: 2016/12/27 17:01
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Re: DH Custom or TUCR
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Have a couple DH rods, the seven deuce and the al dente. Both are good rods. I have a 3D printed handle on the dente that even though it is a noodle it transmits the slightest vibrations very well and is very lightweight. I have no complaints as to the customer service but have always stopped by the shop for whatever I need . Over the phone service may be different. Dusty has always spent the time needed to figure out what exact setup, length, and colors I wanted. Great shop overall. Got sick of the over inflated prices on thorne bros rods after buying several so when I was in the market for a noodle I checked DH and really liked what I found. Hope this helps . I don't own any TUCR stuff but have heard a lot of good things. You probably won't be disappointed with either of them.

Posted on: 2016/12/20 16:12
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Re: Forest Lake Area
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I have done well on forest in the past for walleye. Look for weedlines adjacent to deeper holes. Best times for me have been just after sunset. They haven't been super aggressive and usually pass up my jigging rod for the deadstick/slip bobber setup with a plain red hook. Most crappie are small but every year there is a few trophies caught . A guy caught a 21" crappie out there like 4 years ago and a friend caught a 16.5" two years ago. Check with Mike's bait on 8 for more tips and conditions, they are pretty good guys over there.

Posted on: 2016/12/9 12:39
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Re: Hard Water Expo
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My dad got a marcum LX7 for $600 last year. That was the best price that I saw it offered anywhere. He also got Striker lake effect bibs and coat for $200 on the set. Both were great deals at around $250 or so in total savings. Well worth going in my book. Friday is your best bet for clothing as some sizes/colors get sold out.

Posted on: 2016/11/16 22:03
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Re: Ice Hub Shelter
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broman wrote:
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Puckfan99 wrote:
Haven't heard anyone say anything about Otter. Unbelievable quality and the sled is amazing! I have an Otter XT650 Lodge.


That's because he's inquiring about hubs. Otter doesn't make hub houses, just flip overs.



I bought the Otter XTH lodge last year and it is most definitely an otter hub . Great build quality, it is insulated well and has a tall ceiling. It is 8ft x 8ft and I think they sell one smaller and one larger. Works great for me .

http://www.otteroutdoors.com/otterhubs.html

Posted on: 2016/11/2 20:46
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Re: Cheap tungsten jigs on sale till 29th
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Thanks for the info. Bought 3 packs of each this morning. Glad I got when the gittin was good if they are sold out now.

Posted on: 2016/10/25 15:38
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