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Re: Night Bite
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From Cloquet, MN
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One piece of advice I have is to use the Tiger Eye glass jigs at night on your set lines. I had never used them up there until this year, but I'll be darned if they didn't outfish our other set lines 8-1. Also, the fish that we caught at night ONLY came on those jigs. Coincidence? Definitely not out of the question, but next weekend when we're up there again that's what will be down there at night.

Posted on: 2/23 10:57:42
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Long Point
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Does anyone have a report from the long point area? Heading there next weekend with the wheelhouse and am just curious how fishing has been.

Thanks!

Posted on: 2/20 10:10:41
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Re: Lake Superior may/june
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Team Crush Outdoors does a great job!

Posted on: 2/15 13:07:10
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Wheelhouse First Timer
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From Cloquet, MN
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Hi all,

My wife and I were fortunate enough to purchase our first ice house this past week, a very lightly use 2014 8x16 Grey Wolf. Even though I have fished out of them quite a bit, this is my first time owning one. We will be using it quite a bit during the summer camping at the lake as well, so I will have all summer to decide what gear/supplies to stock it with for the winter.

However, I do have a couple questions. Aside from greasing the axles, what do you guys do to maintain/lube the cables and cranks? Also, what type of fan does everyone prefer to maintain airflow during the winter? Lastly, are there any tips/tricks or gear recommendations to keep stocked or have with during the winter?

Thanks for any input! I'm looking forward to putting this to good use!

Posted on: 2017/3/17 17:36
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Re: Hummingbird ICE 55
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My money would be on the battery also, and I'm sure you'll see a major improvement this weekend.

Second outing this weekend I was on Winnie and my bird kept reading 5.whatever UNITS when everyone in my group was marking around 20 ft. Couldn't figure it out for the life of me! New battery, swapped transducers, and no change. Turns out unit was set on meters....

Posted on: 2017/1/10 9:51
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Re: First Trip to Devils
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Quote:

holmsvc wrote:
I would bring the sleds, some accesses were bad before the storm on the northen lakes.


Good to know!

According to the most recent forecast it isn't supposed to get above zero any of the days we'll be up there, so I'm not sure how much running and gunning we'll be doing on the sleds but it will be nice to be able to efficiently move when necessary.

Posted on: 2016/12/27 10:36
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Re: First Trip to Devils
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How is everything faring after the storm? We'll be heading out in a little over a week, so we're starting to get anxious! As of now, will wheelers OR sleds be capable of travel, or should we plan on just bringing the sleds?

Thanks!

Posted on: 2016/12/27 9:26
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Re: Ideas for Making Sure the ATV Starts this weekend?
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Depending on how difficult it is to remove/replace the battery, I'd definitely make sure to have a plan B. Anything requiring dexterity sure sucks when it's 15-20 below! Maybe run a trickle charger off the genny?

Posted on: 2016/12/13 10:28
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First Trip to Devils
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Looking at the most up to date 15 day forecast it looks like Devils should be locked up here in the coming week or so! My group and I normally do a first weekend of January trip to LOTW, but we decided to mix it up this year and try Devils from the 5th-8th. Are there any words of advice anyone has for Devils first timers? We'll be staying at Lakeview, and it looks like there is a lot of structure fairly close to the resort. Primary target species is planned to be 'eyes and perch, but we'll have some tipups with in case we get the urge to chase some of the trophy pike as well! Thanks!

Tight lines..

Posted on: 2016/12/6 9:36
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Re: 2016 Whitetail Opener
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Zone 156.

Saw plenty of does and young bucks Saturday, with my target 8 running through on the tail of a doe. Sunday had some people drive our property that I didn't know about, so that hunt was a waste.

Interesting side note, my grandma shot a decent 3.5 year old 8 on Saturday that still had A LOT of fat left, telling me that the rut hasn't hit full gear yet. Hoping the cooler temps this weekend will get them moving.

Posted on: 2016/11/7 11:23
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