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Re: ISO British red lab pup
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Interesting, thanks!

Posted on: Ystrday 8:36:30
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Re: ISO British red lab pup
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I have my name down for one from whispering pines and it is not a british. They do have one male that is pretty bulky who has a couple of litters available right now. not sure if he is british or not though.

I have to ask because I have never understood british labs... Why do you want a british?


Thanks for the info.

I love labs, but the home owners association I live will not allow us to have dogs over 60 pounds and I just don't want to have that become an issue.


Ok cool. I always thought that british labs were the bigger labs. shows how much I know I guess.

I ran into a similar issue recently, the place I live became pet friendly recently so I started looking for puppies. I found a couple litters I was interested in and almost put a deposit down on one. I figured I should see how much extra it was going to cost to have a dog and what not, so I talked to the landlord and she told me that if we get a dog it has to be at least 4 months old. So I don't know what they expect us to do with a puppy for the first 2 months that we would own it... kind of annoying. anyway, we are not going to get one until we buy a house now because if I cant start training and having it around me to develop a bond for the first two months, there is no point in getting one for now.

Posted on: 1/19 15:41:20
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Re: ISO British red lab pup
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I have my name down for one from whispering pines and it is not a british. They do have one male that is pretty bulky who has a couple of litters available right now. not sure if he is british or not though.

I have to ask because I have never understood british labs... Why do you want a british?

Posted on: 1/19 9:58:03
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Stump Report
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Has anyone been out yet with this warmer weather? I will report back after the weekend with my findings.

Posted on: 1/18 14:05:59
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Re: Stump Ice Thickness??
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Has anyone been out to stump lately? Any magic depth or anything?

Posted on: 1/17 8:27:13
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Re: A Great Trip.
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That does sound like a great trip! nice work!

Posted on: 1/17 8:23:38
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Re: Stump Ice Thickness??
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Alright thanks! I am heading there this weekend. will bring snowmobile!

Posted on: 1/16 8:38:41
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Re: Trout Opener
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Was out opening morning, fished from the start of legal hours until about 1030. I caught my first rainbow through the ice, a 14"er. followed by another slightly bigger one a couple minutes later. Had both of them topside before 8:00 in the morning. I was surprised how early they bit, wasn't expecting anything until the sun came up. about 9:00 another school came through and they were less than 10 feet under the ice. we marked them so then I leaned over and peeked down the hole and I could see a school of about 6 or so swarming our jigging spoons. they would hit it with their head but wouldn't ever bite. That was really cool to see. we were fishing 40 feet of water and all the fish were about 10 feet under the ice. Sounded like everyone else we talked to had similar experiences no matter what depth they fished (anywhere from 10 to 80 feet). Also, managed a big gill on the tip up right as we were picking up. Fun morning!

Posted on: 1/16 8:36:36
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Re: Stump Ice Thickness??
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Any word on ice/snow conditions on stump?

Posted on: 1/12 8:46:27
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Re: re-using ice buster
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the venom floats work very well. I just purchased one in December, have used it a few times and it works great!

Posted on: 1/11 10:19:28
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