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Cabela's Deal - Pflueger Patriarch Baitcaster Reel $30
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Posted on: 2018/12/21 11:06
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CHEAP Rubber Net
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If anyone is looking to get a rubber fishing net, Target.com of all places has a good net for only $23. I bought one because I can't justify $80 for a new net, but I wanted to stop getting tangles. The quality FAR exceeded my expectations for the cost. The length is shorter than some might like, but it'll be perfect on our boat.

https://www.target.com/p/wakeman-fishing-retractable-rubber-landing-net-with-35-handle-gold/-/A-53387902

Posted on: 2018/11/28 23:15
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Re: Rice Lake in Maple Grove or Eagle? Or bust?
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Ok, I was all set on Weaver, but now thinking Eagle... How is the daytime bite on Eagle? We are fishing like Noon-3.

Posted on: 2018/2/9 13:54
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Re: Rice Lake in Maple Grove or Eagle? Or bust?
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Thank you! Appreciate that heads up!

Posted on: 2018/1/22 11:00
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Rice Lake in Maple Grove or Eagle? Or bust?
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I am taking out two families w/ kids from my work who have never ice fished. One family moved from California and the other didn't grow up in the outdoors (city slickers). I offered to take them out, because their kids are growing up on their iPads and phones, and it's sad. Rule #1, no electronics.

Anyways, I am looking for a good panfish lake, to keep the kids busy. Never fished the North Metro, but we work in Brooklyn Park, and will meet there. I was thinking Rice Lake because the lake data is good on Lake Finder. But when I drive by that lake, I NEVER see anyone on it... is it any good?

The other lake is Eagle, but I dont feel knowledgeable enough on a lake that deep to go out for the first time. Really don't want to get skunked.

If you have any other thoughts, let me know. Not looking for a hot spot, just point me in the right direction. I am only familiar with West Metro lakes...

Posted on: 2018/1/22 10:39
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Re: Seeking lake with Small fish and lots of people
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Cedar for sure.

Posted on: 2018/1/22 10:34
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Re: Rod Building Equipment
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I just bought this set last month to build one. It worked fine.

http://www.mudhole.com/MHX-Turnkey-Ice-Rod-Kits

Posted on: 2016/12/27 16:48
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Re: Looking to expand
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I think you are in the same boat as many of us, especially metro folks. I always try to have a jigging stick targeting walleye, sometimes I have my deadstick targeting them too. I never catch them, or if I do, they are 12" or smaller. Then, after 5 hours, I switch to pannies for the rest of the day because I get bored/frustrated. But I agreed with havingfun's reply, to go where the walleye are. We went to Devils, and limited out, and had a blast.

Posted on: 2016/12/6 9:53
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Re: Auger?
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ION

Posted on: 2016/12/5 18:01
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Re: Marcum great customer service
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Same here. Very good support!

Posted on: 2016/12/5 17:59
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