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Re: Lakes near Pelican Rapids for MEA
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Fish are deep right now where we've found them on the main lake. 30-40 ft off sharp breaks and points. Jig and a red tail or jigging raps/shiver minnows

Posted on: 10/17 22:53:50
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Re: Plans for 2017/18 season
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A couple of my buddies and our dads always hit Mille Lacs early ice for a weekend. Spend the middle part exploring the DL area and late we'll head up to LOW.

Posted on: 10/16 13:45:03
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Re: 2017 opener?
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I've never seen the weeds as thick as they were on the north end. That curly leaf pond weed was ridiculous, basically made the north end unfishable! Once we got out of it, we found some fish further south. Like you said though, super clear water so the shoreline jig was out of the question!

Posted on: 4/26 10:40:49
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Re: 2017 opener?
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My brother-in-law and I will be down there. Anybody else going? I've seen/tried pitching jigs, casting/trolling cranks, slip bobbers but we always have our most success pitching jigs. What's everybody else's favorite way to chase em the first weekend?

Posted on: 4/17 14:48:55
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Re: Salmo Hornet
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I fish hornets more than any other crank and I've never seen one like that. I would guess it's custom like you said!

Posted on: 4/14 22:24:00
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Re: Anything open?
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Should be some options for the weekend then, perfect! Thanks for the replies!

Posted on: 4/3 21:18:34
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Re: Anything open?
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Yeah that's my last resort haha. It'll get dropped in the river this weekend if nothing open by then!

Posted on: 4/3 9:48:27
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Re: electric drill augers - end of season observations
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12/01/2014
From West Fargo, ND
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Loved my K-drill with the milwaukee fuel. Cut great and never had any issues. Got a deal on the drill and have 3 5.0aH batteries and never have had to charge one on the ice. Granted, I don't tend to drill more than 40 holes or so in a day.

Posted on: 4/3 9:47:25
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Anything open?
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Itching to take to boat for a spin. Not even looking to fish yet, just get it in the water and make sure everything is running properly. Anything open yet other than edges?

Posted on: 4/1 0:22:27
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Re: Gander Mountain
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Quote:

mjb86 wrote:
They'll price match the Cabela's store down the road plus another 10% of the difference. That's one thing I've enjoyed from the Gander in Fargo. They are usually cheaper than the Scheels in town anyways. Plus they've changed their marketing a little and I get lots more coupons in the mail and email like Cabela's used to do 5-10 years ago, like $20 off $50 purchase.


They might be cheaper with sales, but every fishing item I've ever checked between scheels, cabela's, gander like lures/line/rods/reels has always been cheapest at scheels at the regular price.

Posted on: 3/25 12:21:49
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