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Re: stuffer for pepper sticks
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We always have to add a lot of water to the meat to stuff those when using an old enterprise/chop rite cast iron stuffer. I always wanted to try an build or find a tapered neck tube to see if that would work better.

Posted on: 9/18 10:03:50
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Re: Fishing report and advice
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A majority of the larger fish are either out in the basin chasing bait or relating to more drastic structure for most of the early summer to early fall. Fishing the basin can be crazy good trolling cranks or spinners once you locate a school, but you are really at the mercy of the weather conditions. My suggestion would be to hit the reefs near Arnesons/ Long point area, Northwest angle or my go to hidden gem Harris Hill resort just accross the border 17 miles into Ontario.

Posted on: 9/17 19:04:40
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Re: Pool 5 Bassin
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Nice fish!

Posted on: 9/12 10:17:58
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Re: Lac Seul
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Sounds & looks like a great trip!

Posted on: 8/31 9:14:57
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Re: Our First Fly-in with Hidden Bay Lodge!
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Sounds and looks like a great trip!

Posted on: 8/13 10:04:55
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Re: 2018 Game Cam Thread
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Those are some great looking deer Sundie!

Posted on: 8/6 15:58:13
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Re: Boat advice
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Navigator is generally a wider, slightly heavier built, and usually have a built in fuel tank.

Posted on: 8/1 6:56:04
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Re: Weber Pizzaque
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That looks great! Thanks for the heads up on that product!

Posted on: 7/23 10:36:13
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Re: tires
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I currently have carlisle's radials that look like marathon's on my 1875 Pro V. It's been to Canada three times and lots of other towing miles and they are wearing perfectly. I also put Carlisle's radials on my sled trailer two years ago and they have been great. Getting the correct load rating is KEY!

Posted on: 7/12 7:41:42
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Re: Back on the Water
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Back in business!

Posted on: 7/8 11:07:56
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