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Bemidji area report
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This forum has been a little quiet as of late so I will chime in with my report. I have been finding good numbers of walleyes around shoreline breaks from 8-20 ft of water (shallow on cloudy days). Numbers have been very good with occasional slots but have to sort through quite a few small ones to find the keepers. I have switched to slow death and spinning rigs with crawlers or leeches. The mayfly hatch started a few weeks ago at the lakes I fish on but should be winding up soon now. The hatch brought the bite to a screaming halt for a few days but thats about it.

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Posted on: 2015/6/17 8:46
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Re: Fenwick Elite Tech?
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I have four Elite Tech Rods paired with Pflueger Presidents . They are extremely nice rods. Very Sensitive and well balanced. I especially like the Elite tech Rigging rod. I love the Fenwick line of products for their quality and a reasonable price. Even my dad (who is not an avid fishermen) could tell a big difference between my Elite Tech Rods and low-mid range rods.

Posted on: 2015/5/1 15:34
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Re: NFL Draft Junkies
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I am almost more intriqued with the train wreck that is going to happen with Winston. And even though I like Mariotta, I don't see him as any better than Gabbert, Locker or Ponder, but he will still go high also. Very interesting draft it looks like, should be a good one to grab a bowl of popcorn and waste an evening watching.


Couldn't agree more on the two "elite"quarterbacks you mentioned.

Posted on: 2015/4/29 12:12
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Re: .22 ammo
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I do the same thing as F6firecat. I frequent the Cabelas website and order .22 ammo and have it shipped to the store for free shipping. They get in .22 ammo semi-frequently and if you check the website within a few hours that ammo is listed you should be okay. I have noticed that there are certain times that they commonly list new .22 ammo. Feel free to pm me for details

Posted on: 2015/4/27 10:29
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Re: Cabelas club visa
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I like the Cabelas card solely for the exclusive rebates and coupons they send in the mail. The card never gets used, but it is there if I need it. I take the $20 in rewards for signing up, let the card expire after a few years then apply again for another $20. I agree that Cabelas may not be the cheapest but they have some pretty good sales now and then. Their customer service is top notch + they truly are behind their products (especially Cabelas brand) and to me that is worth some extra $.

Posted on: 2015/4/22 9:17
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Re: rainy river
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I know a guy that is up fishing rainy as I type this. He said it has been very slow all day. Said boat traffic is heavy but not a lot of people catching fish.

Posted on: 2015/4/1 16:08
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Re: Gander Mt:Yikes
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I spend my $'s at Scheels or Cabela's. Have never had a problem with customer service.

Posted on: 2015/4/1 12:00
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Re: AP #28 new career choice
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I have been an AP fan through and through.. but I have had enough. what a joke. I seriously think the guy has lost his mind! I would trade him for any draft pick we could possibly get at this point, before he hurts his trade value further!

Posted on: 2015/3/23 15:50
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Re: Ultimate Comfort Food: German Gumbo
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Looks very tasty. Looks very similar to my favorite winter dish, choucroute.

Posted on: 2015/3/20 10:22
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Re: Lowrance vs hummingbird
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Yeah I used to have the same problem with my Elite 7 HDI. The latest update from Lowrance seemed to solve that, so far... I really like the unit. I still prefer the HDS units over the Elites just because the response time seems to be quicker. I have noticed minor delay on the screen when jigging my lure when compared to the HDS units. Down imaging is pretty cool at first but now I rarely pay any attention to it. Dollar for dollar the elite series are great units though. I used to have a bird 385ci, and hated the unit. IMO the birds are very user friendly but the graph is very difficult to interpret. The Lowrance units have more of a learning curve but once you get used to them and have them set up to your liking they are hard to be beat. I don't have experience with the new bird units

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sunkinboat wrote:
I bought the Elite 7 Broadband and have been pretty happy with it, though it seems to shut off on me every once in a while?? Anyone else have this problem. I wish at times I would have went with the HDI model though, but I got a great price on it.

Elite 7

Posted on: 2015/3/20 9:33
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