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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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Not trying to be to political or racist but lets all think, the world never changes, the way people think never changes, and we never have to adapt to new ways of the world. So lets all live in the past and never evolve or change. Are we all still cave men draging our wonen around or not using the wheel? It is all the same world in which we all live in, and it changes and advances each day and we either adapt or fight it. The hardest thing any individual will ever do is introduce change. So lets all stay on the path we know and never change and see where that gets us. The outlok is bleak for all of us no mater the race or beliefs unless we embrace advancement and change!!!! Has our lives as the privelaged white man ever changed? Something to ponder for all of us!!! If we never embraced change then would we all still be living in caves and hunting the wooly mamoth or as the climate changed and our prey changed would we adapt? Another point to ponder. No matter the race or heritage we must all adapt to change or perish, nothing is the same forever no mater whom we are and this is the basis of all the arguments, yet no one seems to see the light or are wiling to accept the facts of the real world. All most see is I want my way and it is my right to ask for it. Get real guys!!!!

Posted on: 9/8 23:16:05
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Re: Metro Lakehouse vs. Lake Cabin
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All good advice. With one home you have 1 tax bill 1 phone bill 1 utility bill etc... When you have 2 homes you will most likely double everything as well as double the maintaience, 2 lawn mowers, 2 snowblowers or you pay someone to do it, more yard tools etc... All of that is cost as well. Me I just moved up north made a bit less money but have one place to take care of and support and most likely come out a bit ahead. And then there is the expence and time of traveling between homes. That is not free either. Sorry to be negative but these are real costs associated with the exta home and they are not cheap. Tough choice to make and a really good question for all of us to ponder. I whsh you the best of luck in youir decision as it is a tough one.

Posted on: 7/19 20:22:32
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Re: Canadian Bacon Again
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I have done this several times and can tell you it is the best. Reinhard rules!! Thanks for contributing and all of your great ideas.

Posted on: 5/26 19:14:31
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Re: 4-08-17 observations
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Really different this year. Walker bay, the narrows, agency bay etc.. all clear but the main lake is really pretty full of ice yet. Stony Point ice is as far as you can see but there is some piling up out in the center so it is starting to break up. Whipolt there is ice as far as you can see and it is piled up on shore 10 -15' tall along HWY 200 at the access.

Posted on: 4/11 19:28:15
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Re: Little advice and tips
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I have a upper grill area big enough for several butts and then we put foil pans underneath with apple juice in them and let all that goodness drip down into the pans along with the apple juice. I use instant expresso and brown sugar among other things in my rub so once everything mixes it makes its own sauce we simply shred the butts then dump part or all of the dripping over the shredded meat. Store in the fridge until ready to use, put in a big roaster and reheat in the juice, works every time.

Posted on: 4/4 15:48:51
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Re: Peeping Tom!
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Eyeryone is full of good ideas! Seed trail to the oven, feathers might be a bit tough but effecient.

His buddy was out behing him on the ground feeding been seeing them for the last two weeks. Must be getting hungry or in the mood for?

Posted on: 2/27 16:35:08
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Peeping Tom!
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Found this hungry one at the front door begging for food. HA HA just under the bird feeders eating seed but looking into the kitchen for something better.

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Posted on: 2/27 13:36:18
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Re: Eelpout Fest Ice Conditions Update?
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The sheriffs office will shut down the entire lake. Thery will be no truck travel from Friday at 12:00 noon. If you are on the lake with a truck expect a ticket and removal of the vehicle. We got over an 1" of rain today and things are deteriating quickly. Get out on Thursday or not at all. I live here and driving a 1 ton with a 26' fish house would be risky by my standards but to each his own. Been doing Eelpout for 35 years seen it all and all the differnt conditions. I would park on shore at Ericksons or somewhere else and go with ATV and portables. It is going to be nice anyway so might as well be outside enjoying the greatoutdoors. Sorry for the bad news. A few years ago we had simular conditions buyt everyone still had fun. be safe and enjoy the weekend!!

Posted on: 2/20 19:38:42
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Re: Rainy River
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I am with you we got this one a couple years back. I will guess early as well. One of my employees father works for MNDOT up in the area so we always know a few days ahead of time when MNDOT clears the landings so we time it perfect.

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Posted on: 2/17 16:13:24
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Re: Lower Red Lake fishing
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Welcome and thanks for the great report. I was involved in an earlier post about the pressure the upper lake is recieving and I really believe that has alot to do with the less than spetacular fishing. I have friends on lower Red that commercially fish and have heard simular reports from them. As we can all see form your report is one works hard it pays off. Ther is no magic lure or spot just keep grinding and you wil catch fish they do not just jump on any lure and bite all day. There were days on the upper lake that one could catch 50+ fish in an afternoon at early ice but as soon and the masses showed up and the noise level went up the fishing shut down. Thanks again for the great report and good luck out ther. Be safe!

Posted on: 2/16 8:53:33
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