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Re: Need to bring plow to get away
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Boondocks Landing is not the furthest West.

Sandberg Road is further. It is a public access and still on non-tribal fishable water.

Posted on: 1/11 10:47:44
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Re: Spoons
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I use a crane or barrel swivel tied to as long as possible 6# flouro leader where I can still hook my spoon to the rods bait keeper with-out having the swivel go through the first eye lid.

I love jigging spoons

Posted on: 1/2 18:53:54
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Re: Thoughts about stocking mille Lacs~
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Bandersnatch, read the below article

http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/fish_wildlife/fisheries/species/muskie/MUE_ImpactOnWalleye.pdf

The article never states that muskies don't walleyes, or they don't eat the same feed. It states that the populations are posively coorelated to a 99.7 confidence level. Good enough for me, but i'm out. I've battled this one for a while

Posted on: 2015/8/10 14:40
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Re: Thoughts about stocking mille Lacs~
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I think walleye anglers are too busy bashing muskies to read a scientific article that shows their populations are positively coorelated.

Posted on: 2015/8/10 14:26
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Re: new or used perm?
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Maybe it's my finance background but I would have to disagree with everyone bashing paying interest. I would say it's your BEST option.

With interest rates so low it's practically free money. Why shell out $10,000 cash when you can ammoritze over 10 years @ 2.99% ( the interset rate I was recently given)
Your cash flow will be much better which is what spending power is all about.

Keep that cash in your pocket, after all - cash is king.
The problem with paying the cash for something, once it's gone, it's gone.

Or better yet, invest that $10,000 into something that will grow, weather it by land, stocks, or a rental house/property which is my favorite. Your gains on this investment will out weight your fish house "investment" by a Looooong shot.

For a 10,000 loan at 2.99% you aren't paying anywhere nea double the loan - Around $11,400 when said and done. Also you can always take out a loan and request cash when going to make teh purcahse and negotiate.

I can see how others hate having that debt on their personal balance sheet but just my

Posted on: 2015/7/14 11:16
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Re: Camo Wraps for Boats
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My boat has a camo wrap on it. I bought it with the wrap on, I'm not sure if he did it himself or had it professionally done. I'm not crazy about it but it was done well. I heard you can't go beneath the water line and it will stay on for years. I believe this one has been on for around 3 years and shows no signs of coming off anytime soon.

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Posted on: 2015/6/23 15:58
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Re: 16 mile/ Babblers
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Sorry for the late report.. wasn't that excited to talk about it..
Fished 16 mile reef on Saturday and didn't do that well.
Caught a couple walleyes, a nice 24'' and some tulibee.
The roads aren't that good at all - better off not taking them.
Got stuck on the way in, lucky a good dude - Dustin - stopped and went above and beyond being a nice guy and helped pull us out. Spoons with minnows of any sort worked. Caught a big perch with a belly of insects inside.

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Posted on: 2015/2/10 1:09
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Re: 16 mile/ Babblers
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Going up tomorrow and will let youknow how we do

Posted on: 2015/2/6 11:02
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Re: Braided Line
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I would tie on a Mustad quick-Snap clip to your Flouro leader so changing lures is easier. Sz. 1 for walleyes and larger and sz. 2 for panfish.

Posted on: 2015/1/30 16:51
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Re: Ice thickness? Need auger extension?
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Not needed today but will be in the near future.

Posted on: 2015/1/8 11:22
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