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Re: URL this weekend or next
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From Bemidji area --Red Lake
Posts: 140
I fished yesterday, 11/18, and did really well.
Best fishing I have had in 3-4 years up there.
Everything came jigging aggressively.
Caught them in 7 ft of water on the south side.
Almost all of them were 17-20 inchers, a great time.

edit - 9 inches of ice where we were. no snow out there, it's slick.

Posted on: 11/19 11:16:38
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Re: Food Plots
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From Bemidji area --Red Lake
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Here's a link where you can purchase seedlings from the MN State Forestry. Most our sold out for this year, but the prices are very good. I purchased 1500 this year. 500 red oak, 500 white spruce, and 500 of assorted bushes. Plan on planting them the first weekend in May when they are ready for pick up. We are renting a tree planter from the county for $35 a day. Hopefully will have it done over a weekend.
I plan on documenting it well and will plan on posting it here.

http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/forestry/nursery/pricelist.html

Posted on: 4/10 21:18:23
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Re: Food Plots
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Posted on: 4/10 21:15:40
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Re: Need to bring plow to get away
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From Bemidji area --Red Lake
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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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01/14/2012
From Bemidji area --Red Lake
Posts: 140
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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From Bemidji area --Red Lake
Posts: 140
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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From Bemidji area --Red Lake
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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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From Bemidji area --Red Lake
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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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From Bemidji area --Red Lake
Posts: 140
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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