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Metro bite?
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Hey guys,
Looking for some help. Just got back from a deployment so Iím not up to speed whatís going on around the metro. Anyone got any pointers on a decent panfish ow walleye bite near the metro? Going to take my father out tomorrow. Thanks in advance for any guidance.

Posted on: 7/23 14:32:19
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Re: Lake carlos
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This time of year you can usually catch northerns on the weed line.

Posted on: 7/16 16:59:17
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Re: 6/11
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Nice work! Those big gills are fun on crappie rods.

Posted on: 6/16 10:47:15
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MN Winter Servity Index
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05/19/2013
From Maple grove
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Hey guys,

For those of you in the Brainerd area, how are the deer doing after the rain and snow that came through this last week? I saw in my outdoor news from March 8th I just got that the severity was around 80 before the last round of crap that came through. Did the snow pack drop like it did in the metro?

I'm currently deployed and will be back for next year deer hunting so hopefully something to look forward to.

thanks for the update.

Posted on: 3/16 0:57:30
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Re: Boat Advice on Aluminum for those windy days
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The impact and the Tyee are two completely different boats when you sit and look at the stats.

Price is significantly more on the tyee, but that gets you a much deeper (48 vs 42), cockpit height (27 vs 24), thicker hull, and IPS vs IPS2 design for quality of ride. The tyee is built overall a lot more heavy duty carrying 8 vs 6

The list goes on and on for the differences. All comes down to how your going to use the boat, what type of lakes, and your pocket book.

If your looking at the impacts, they are pretty easy to pick up the 2018's on discounts and also a fair amount of used ones on the market these days.

Posted on: 2/18 0:45:33
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Re: garage heater
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05/19/2013
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Hot dawg by modine usually gets great reviews

Posted on: 2/16 12:35:34
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Re: Boat Advice on Aluminum for those windy days
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One you may want to look at is the trophy 185 if your looking for a heavy duty machine. Your going to get a thicker metal than your impact/crossover and higher walls if you like that kind of thing for bigger water.

At almost 19 feet you will find that it will cover the gaps in waves easier making for an easier ride.

Alumacraft has always been good on the pocketbook also.

Posted on: 2/15 0:57:42
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Re: New Boat Options - HELP
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Sounds like a great setup, only thing I would make sure is to throw a Yamaha or Suzuki on the back of it!!!

Posted on: 2/2 0:51:20
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ALumacraft trophy Alumatrac?
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Anyone have a newer trophy and use the alumatrac system for trolling? I ordered a new boat (2019) and saw the pictures and video but have not been able to put my hands on the actual track. I have heard mixed reviews from it will work fine to its a POS. Anyone have first hand experience?

Posted on: 1/31 1:43:03
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Re: Enough motor
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At almost 19 feet and a wide beam 97 or 98 inches I would be at least running a 175. Pay to play and if your buying a pro-v you can afford to pay

Posted on: 1/30 8:20:11
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