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Re: High School Built Shacks
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That's an awesome idea! Add me to the list of people to pm with size and pricing info! Either that or just post some here and save yourself some time haha

Posted on: 12/13 18:44:26
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Re: I Fish Pro tip up
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How well do they work with longer rods?

Posted on: 12/6 19:27:47
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Re: If You Like To Eat Northern Pike...
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I like the regs. In the Detroit Lakes area there are a TON of small pike. Lakes that have had the 24-36" protected slot have much better size structure in my experience. This is similar to that while encouraging the taking of the smaller fish to help.

Posted on: 12/6 19:26:53
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Re: I Fish Pro tip up
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Agreed, but I haven't seen much else for being able to use a rod but still cover ground tip-up style.

Posted on: 12/5 16:14:29
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Re: I Fish Pro tip up
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Awesome, thanks Brad! Nice weather we had in Forks today!

Posted on: 12/4 22:49:48
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Re: I Fish Pro tip up
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I've seen the Okuma baitrunner reels used on them and they seem to be a really good idea, but did you just use standard spinning reels and leave the bail open or something else?

Posted on: 12/4 22:11:49
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I Fish Pro tip up
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My dad is convinced he needs one of these for Christmas. Any of you ever use one? I'll always be a traditional tip up guy, but I'm just wondering if these are as easy to set and use as the videos make them look.

Posted on: 12/4 19:39:46
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Re: Humminbird Helix 7 Ice
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My dad couldn't find what it was for either and just mounted a Marcum transducer arm to it

Posted on: 12/2 23:01:58
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Re: Ice Fishing clothing/suits. Worth it?
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If you aren't worried about being cold, you could always just go with the bibs to keep dry. You can usually find the previous year's models for a steep discount. I've owned striker and clam stuff and I'll never go away from striker from this point forward.

Posted on: 12/2 11:58:34
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Re: Best Deals
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Haha you can never have too many, right?!

Posted on: 11/26 11:29:10
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