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Re: Stolen items
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Hopefully you'll recover some of your gear HB, thieves ripped off Marine General of 3000 stick baits this week also,he's good people too. Rat bxxxxrds.

Posted on: 9/15 18:22:42
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Re: Fall Crappie Tactics
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I look for them to school in deep holes with sharp drop-offs ,jig a minnow with a slip bobber just above um. That's what the I-Pilot spot lock (I'm hoping) will be nice for,no anchor. Good luck

Posted on: 9/15 18:13:33
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Re: Good Crappie Action
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Farm trout RH,,,good to hear,was hoping you'd look for them. Boat is ready with the new I-Pilot so we can hit the high banks on Fish pretty quick. Nothing like fish dinner! Thanks

Posted on: 9/14 19:15:20
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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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Nice buck Crappie,,,wonder how many would keep it together at 10yrds with a sharp stick on him,,,

Nice run of pics Buzz,,,thanks for sharing. Good luck and be safe!

Posted on: 9/13 10:02:32
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Re: Old Fashion Franks
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Nothing like some homemade franks! Just got a 6' SS table for the butcher shop at the shack. Next year building a new shop for it. Gonna have to try a hot recipe for elk if we get one this year. Thanks R

Posted on: 9/11 20:02:42
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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Let the hunt begin,,,arguably some people or parties will be afield for various reasons "because they can" so be it. It is law.
Undeniably to myself,some individual participants who partake,in these modern times will experience something most probably never will again in the state of Minnesota. This modern day hunters "mind set" culturally or as individuals will be one of significance to none other than his or her own personal experience.
It was for me and still remains today. Thanks for sharing...

Posted on: 9/9 10:08:32
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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Oldstar wrote:
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Joehere wrote:
Like I said,,,66 moose,big deal. I gotta go...



I suppose only a few gill nets in your favorite lake is no big deal either.......



Try not to be to upset Oldstar,but,now that you brought it up,found out they did flip a few nets in My favored water. At first thought it was demoralizing,thinking this is terrible,then after thinking about it. What is the difference between racing the nets or the hoards of fishermen and technology,either way when word gets out on a hot bite,there gone ;till you find your next fishing "hole". Nets or not.

Posted on: 9/8 19:55:28
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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There are 3 different species of moose,the Shirus,Alaskan,Canadian. Canadian moose is what I have hunted in Minnesota and Canada. As far as I know their numbers are no where near being an endangered species, so the species at this point is still hunted to the north.
As much as one agrees or disagree that the moose population is in trouble,moose are the sideshow, it's people who refuse to accept each other's different cultures,histories,politics etc,,,to not include this into the conversation to me anyway,keeps everything at a loggerhead,with plenty of.
If I was to hunt moose again it would be in Canada,sooner rather than later,last I heard it's tightening up,there too.
In the big picture,66 moose,to take or not to take is an opinion,and there's lots of them.

Posted on: 9/8 19:35:41
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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Like I said,,,66 moose,big deal. I gotta go...

Posted on: 9/8 13:19:56
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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Rape and Pillage,,,c'mon,,,, by the sheer lack of numbers,conservatively we probably out harvest em 2 to 1. With the technology today fish or game don't stand a chance anywhere if you're good at your chosen endeavor be it fish or game. I don't think Custer had a gps or checked his game cam either.
I'm grateful for the laws,regs, and conservation personnel on both sides,something working, it's never gonna be what it was,we're a dying breed.As long as you want to keep it "us and them" ,that is your choice.
Read back a little farther than 1837,study it, the picture might become a little clearer.

Posted on: 9/8 12:50:03
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