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Re: Gas ice auger maintenance
Anonymous
Not much...amsoil, non oxy gas, and seafoam here and there and that's it.

Posted on: 1/20 19:23:48
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Re: 1-18 evening
Anonymous
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JT wrote:
I'm not surprised, most resort owners on the lake are greedy $$$$$'s! Haven't heard them complaining yet this winter because they are making money from all the fishermen/women.


Been seeing a trend lately. Seems like everyone has been doing what they can to keep the resorts in business and then they treat people like carp???

Why not say the resort name to spare others the same problem?

Posted on: 1/19 9:19:07
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Re: 22 lb Plus walleye
Anonymous
I spoke with the DNR agent from that area and this story appears to be true. He said without a doubt it'll break the record.
But...he said there were conflicting stories from the guys in the fish house and he made it appear their limit of one eye was already caught...Intereting

Posted on: 1/12 11:56:48
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Re: Metro Lakes: Dirty and Overfished
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YellowSubmarine wrote:
The title pretty much says it all, and I'm not trying to be provocative. I was talking with a family member of mine last night who lives down in Florida, and naturally the topic of fishing came up. He's never fished in MN before and when he asked me to describe the fishing opportunities in the metro area that's the first thought that came to my mind. I didn't tell him that, but I can't get the thought out of my head now and it's kind of depressing. Let's be honest, the water quality on any given metro lake is not really something to brag about, and the fishing tends to be hot and cold, mostly because when there's a hot bite somewhere everybody and their brother is out there hammering the fish until it dies down and they move on to the next lake. When I drive by a lake and see 50+ ice houses all clustered together an arms length apart I can't help but wonder what's the point? Anyways I just thought I would share this thought as I ponder the future of fishing in MN. Comments welcome


I guess I don't see anything wrong....maybe wrong is not the right word, but it's a metro area. It's busy for everything. A typical house in Minneapolis is probably 5-10' away from a neighbor. Tables at restaurants tend to be so close it can be hard to walk by. Even a perkins can have a 45 minute wait. Have you sat on a bs or used the Light Rail? What I'm getting at, like all metro areas, there is no personal space.

You can't compare a metro lake to one 100 miles away...unless it's a popular lake with no remanding lake front like Mille lacs, Big Sandy, Cross, Gull...One day on Mille Lacs, I could have jumped from boat to boat for about a 1/4 mile...when a bite is HOT, people will be there.

Posted on: 1/11 11:54:01
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Re: Polaris Ranger and Ice
Anonymous
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fishingfan wrote:
If I have a Polaris Ranger 800, what would be a reasonable amount of ice I could drive it out on pulling a otter house?

I believe the ranger weighs close to 1400 lbs and the flip over otter has to be close to 200 lbs, I'm 250 lbs and the rest of gear would maybe be 100-200lbs.

So I would guess a total of 2000 - 2500 lbs depending on another passenger.

Is 6-8 inches good in other peoples opinion?


If you ask the opinion of the guy who dropped his truck thru WTB than yeah, he'd probably say its enough.

6-8" can be very sketchy as what is the condition of the ice? I'm a "one-footer" guy regarding my ATV and snowmobile. If ice as about 1 foot, I'll go out.

Posted on: 1/5 10:45:15
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Re: really cheesed off!
Anonymous
Just go buy the St. Croix spring tip and save yourself the struggles of life man...life's just too short to deal with ordinary spring bobbers....many lives taken, don't be a statistic.

Posted on: 1/3 8:10:46
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Re: Pan fish Aitkin Co.
Anonymous
Me too

Posted on: 1/1 22:47:05
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Re: Really?
Anonymous
Ever since the government started taking care of everybody.

Posted on: 2016/12/26 8:59
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Re: What flasher to buy
Anonymous
Any of the top 3 brands will do. Vex has a pretty good following and great customer service. Find one within your budget, on sale, and with zoom.

Posted on: 2016/12/25 17:53
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Re: Help finding Dad's fish house- Stolen yesterday! Please help look!
Anonymous
Was that CL post legit or a joke? It was the same pic used to find the house, how did the perp get that pic? Also, they said it was painted blue...I'm glad they got it back, that is awesome! But something was funny about that CL post...

Posted on: 2016/12/21 16:43
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