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Ice house storage
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I know this has been talked about before but I can't seem to find anything. I have a Pull behind fish house I'd like to vertically lift to the ceiling of my garage to get it off the floor for summer.

What does everyone use? Ideally I'd like a hand winch system attached to the wall of my garage to lift it up on pulleys, but I have no idea how or what I am looking for here.

If anyone has a good setup they wouldn't mind sharing and where I can get the supplies I'd appreciate it.

Thanks!

Nick

Posted on: 2014/3/16 9:33
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Re: 6,7,&8th
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Awesome Greenie report jigginNstickin!

Thanks for sharing with us

Posted on: 2014/3/13 9:31
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Re: 6,7,&8th
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MARINEMASTER wrote:
Two weeks and im there it cant come soon enough!!


This is Frankie McDonald...

A MAJOR WARMUP COMING...DONT FORGET YOUR GALOSHES!!!!! WITH THIS WARMUP THERE WILL BE LOTS OF WATER ON THE ICE. SO BE PREPARED, HAVE YOUR RAIN COATS READY AND BUY CASES OF PEPSI AND COKE AND ORDER YOUR CHINESE FOOD. DONT SLIP AND FALL. HAVE YOUR 3G/4G SERVICE READY, MAKE SURE YOUR PHONE IS CHARGED. BE PREPARED!!!!!!

BEST OF LUCK TO YA, TAKE CARE, STAY SAFE, DONT GET CAUGHT IN A STORM, BE SAFE!!


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Re: Lucky Crappie Bite
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Great eaters!

Posted on: 2014/3/12 11:38
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Re: Lucky Crappie Bite
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It's always nice to "be there" while the bite is on. Looks like a fun day! The bluegills look almost the size of the crappies! What was the average size of the crappies?

Great report! Should get good the next few weeks too.

Posted on: 2014/3/12 10:27
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Re: ND Trout
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By the way Rick, I like how you presented this report. HAHA

Posted on: 2014/3/10 21:37
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Re: ND Trout
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Lol! Here I was racking my brain trying to figure where in North Fargo they stocked trout. Good one.


They do stock trout in the N. Fargo lagoons, they call em corn eyed brown trout.

Posted on: 2014/3/10 21:36
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Lake Winnipeg 2/28-3/2
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Sorry this report is so delayed, been too busy since I got back from the trip.

We had another great time up at Lake Winnipeg, it was COLD but we all survived it. Being mobile was not even a question for us since it was too cold. We did move around once per day though. It didn't matter the spot we picked we all caught "some" fish. It wasn't excellent by any means but everyone had fun.

We arrived on Friday, the temp was -5 F and dropping. The wind was howling so a couple guys ventured out from the casino to the mouth of the Brokenhead River to see if we could see our way out. They came back saying it was blowing pretty good but they could see about a half mile or so. We all loaded up our gear approx 1:30PM and ventured out. We setup in 14 fow (The ice was 38 inches thick and if you add the 8-10" of snow its about 4 feet. 1 extension was just barely enough. We fished until about dark and called it quits. Live Targets, Lindy Rattl'n flyers and really anything flashy and loud brought them into us and they actually were pretty aggressive. We ended the first night with about 8 fish on the ice.

Saturday.....we woke up and it was -33 F with a -55 F wind chill. Needless to say we started having issues. My snowmobile wouldn't pull over and once out on the ice auger gear boxes were froze tight and heaters wouldn't work. Same lures caught fish tipped with a salted minnow. Needless to say we moved only once that day due to the cold. I forget what we ended up with this day. It ended early for a few of us due to an accident that caused us to bring someone to the ER back in Selkirk. I won't get into details but it was an eventful afternoon.

Sunday....It was still cold but we went out from about 8 to 1pm and called it quits and headed home.

Overall It was a successful trip for big fish. We caught 5 Master Anglers (this means fish over 28") and kept 30 up to 21" to come home with us. All big fish were released to fight again.

I managed my biggest Walleye ever at 29" at approx 10lbs. Released to fight again. I submitted my MA information and it was approved. Now I have 2 MA's from Manitoba both caught on Lake Winnipeg.

Now what you've all been waiting for...( I never took many pics as it was toooooo cold to leave the house and run around.)

Enjoy!












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Re: ND Report 3-8
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Nice report man!

Posted on: 2014/3/10 21:20
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Re: Entering Canada
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You need a Remote Area Border Crossing (RABC) permit.

More info here: http://www.angleoutpost.com/passport_info.html


If you fish in Canada you need to abide by their fishing regulations.

Posted on: 2014/3/5 14:34
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