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Re: Need help with burnt electrical trolling motor plug
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Two guesses would be that there was a weak connection at the plug that fried or that something was wired wrong with the rear that used to be only be running 12 volt. Gonna have to trace wires and verify voltages.

Posted on: 7/17 17:13:32
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Re: 7/6
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Nice fish!

Posted on: 7/10 17:29:06
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Re: Walleye bobber set up
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I have an 8.5' which is an old gander mountain steelhead rod. Just had to cut the handle down a few inches. It's a two piece so it breaks down nice for storage. Longer is nice for taking up line especially around dusk or dark when it's hard to see your line.

Posted on: 7/8 12:20:04
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Re: 1994 Yamaha 70tlrd question
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I had 97 yamaha 90hp that acted similar and the thermostat was the culprit if I remember right.

Posted on: 7/3 11:25:36
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Grassy Narrows-English River Report 6/11-6/15/19
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Last week was our annual trip to the the English river at grassy narrows Ontario. Water levels were super low again like last year, but we persevered and found plenty of fish to keep us entertained while enjoying great weather, scenery, food and fun!
Walleyes were found in 3-20 fow depending on the area, with water temps ranging from 59-68. The last morning I hooked into a heavy fish up at Maynard falls which gave me quite the ride and a new personal best!

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Posted on: 6/19 9:23:39
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Re: Weekend BBQ
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That all looks excellent!

Posted on: 6/4 7:26:18
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Re: Morels!
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That's a nice haul!

Posted on: 5/20 7:37:31
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Re: HDS7 and Minkota terrova???
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Hmm, I would give MK cust service a call. My lowrances sometimes get wonky when i slide out past 30-35 feet,but haven't experienced the over depth when shallow with the Terrova. What transducer do you have selected?

Posted on: 5/14 20:56:35
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Re: Mille Lacs opener report
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Good to hear you made it out. I would of liked to have fished saturday night, but we were about shot when we quit.

Posted on: 5/14 20:53:22
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Mille Lacs opener report
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Thunder and Jackson jumped in for a run up to Mille Lacs for the opener. I had a hunch the bite was going to be good with how the fishing was this last winter. We launched out of Garrison and setup on a shallow rock area with the splash brights. Jackson had the first fish shortly after the clock struck midnight. We picked up a few fish including a small eel pout, but it was slow. We moved, got a couple, then nothing so on down the line. Third spot we picked up a few then a lull for a bit. It started getting light around 4:15am and the fish went nuts. 16"-23.5" walleyes were coming to the boat at a steady pace. About 6 am things settled down and we were on the move again. (Sidenote: The blue tooth Terrova rocks. Never even took the anchor out the once!) We tried a few more spots on the shallow break with only a few fish to show. I decided to slide off deeper and do some scanning and we ended up doing some power corking once we marked a few fish. We carried on with that program the rest of the morning and just before noon I had a fish slam my line! This fish was heavy and it just happens that while I'm fighting my fish Thunder's line goes down. He's manning the net so Jackson grabs it and reels in a 23.5" and of course the jig gets stuck in the net. They get the line cut just in time to scoop up the toad at the end of my line. In the net, hooked with just a 1/8" flap of flesh of the upper jaw lies my Minnesota personal best 29.25" walleye! Things slowed down for us after that and we switched over to drifting jigs to end the day after the wind had picked up a bit more. We called it a long successful day at 6pm, having put in 18 hrs straight (Jackson caught a couple naps in the bow). 2019 will go down as our best opener with 59 walleyes and two eel pout. It's going to be tough to beat, but look forward to trying! I hope everyone had a great opener also. We saw fish being caught multiple ways on Mille Lacs and it wasn't very busy, If you have a chance I believe it is worth your time if you like to catch fish.

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Posted on: 5/13 8:33:06
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