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Re: Rice Lake ice report.
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Did you have any luck on Rice?

Posted on: 2017/11/15 14:20
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Re: Fish Lake Ice Report
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On Friday, Fish Lake was covered in ice but I don't think I would walk on it. There were people fishing on Rice Lake. After the warmer couple days we've had it's probably not safe anymore.

Posted on: 2017/11/15 14:19
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Re: New to Duluth
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Pontoon Bay on Fish Lake is usually a good bet. You can go on at Hi Banks. The Harbor out from Park Point has been good for walleyes.

Posted on: 2016/1/14 13:52
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Re: Ice Fishing Tournaments
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The Garrison Chapter of Duck Unlimited puts on a great tourney with tons of prizes! Fishing for Ducks! It's on Garrison Bay on Mille Lacs, Feb. 20th.

http://www.fishingforducks.org/

Posted on: 2015/11/24 16:56
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Re: What size stainless cable do I need?
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Yes, cranking up and down would be considered working load. However, their "working load" has a safety factor of about 5, meaning the working load is about one fifth of the breaking strength. That's pretty conservative and meant to cover their asses if something were to go wrong. When cranking up your house you would really only need a safety factor of maybe 2 (4500# working on an 8000# break) or even less. Plus you'll never be lifting the entire house on one wire so you'll never approach that full 5000# weight. I'd say even 5/16 is overkill.

Posted on: 2015/9/4 13:56
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Re: What size stainless cable do I need?
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I buy a lot of cable, both stainless and galvanized, for work. I would have to say go with stainless, either T304 or T316. Check out lexcocable.com, under the "aircraft cable" tab they have a lot of information on various cable types including breaking strengths. Go with the 7x19 twist.

Posted on: 2015/9/4 10:31
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Island Lake Reservoir
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Any current reports on Island Lake? I've never fished it before and could really use some tips on water depth, hot spots etc. I'll be targeting walleye and maybe some smallies. Anybody out there willing to help?

Posted on: 2015/8/26 10:45
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Re: Fish Lake Res.
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Hey Reagan, Any chance you'll share some Fish Lake insight? I've only ever fished it in the winter. Were you pulling Lindy rigs?

Critter, have you ever fished Pike Lake? I've only been on it a couple times, but my buddy swears by it as a go-to 'eye producer.

Posted on: 2015/7/16 14:59
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Re: boat seats
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Have you checked out Overtons.com? I'm in the same boat as you (pun intended) and I was thinking maybe a Wise.

What didn't you like about the Tempress?

Posted on: 2015/7/16 14:51
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Re: July/ August Walleyes.
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Up here (Duluth area) it's Lindy/spinner rigs with crawlers or leeches anywhere from 15 to 30 FOW depending on the lake.

Posted on: 2015/7/16 14:45
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