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Re: polls broke on Eskimo hub
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They are very easy to change. Just remove the nut from the backing plate on the knuckle and replace the broken pole. I've owned a Quickfish 2 and a 949i. I've found being very deliberate when both putting them away and preparing to set them up has helped avoid unnecessary stress on the poles.

Posted on: 1/29 21:13:16
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Re: Hummingbird ICE 55
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Are you using the float? As JT said if the ducer is at an angle for any reason you can have those issues. I'm not a fan of using the float myself - I use the support cord but make sure it is clipped to the main cord so the ducer hangs as close to parallel to the bottom as possible.

Posted on: 1/9 19:41:49
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Re: Repairing cuts/tears in Ice Ware
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Wondering if you guys can let us know how the patches have held up or if anyone else has experience with this. Thanks!

Posted on: 1/4 20:23:13
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Re: Otter Outdoor XT Cabin Question
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Good idea - thanks RLS!

Posted on: 2016/2/7 21:43
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Otter Outdoor XT Cabin Question
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Thinking about buying an Otter XT Cabin. Anybody have one who would share a review? Also, I have the medium sled so I already bought the cover, tow bar and hitch pivot. Are these interchangeable or would I need to buy additional? Thanks guys!

Posted on: 2016/2/7 12:07
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Re: Johanna ice
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Thanks mbrodin! Hoping to show these kids a good time Saturday and plant the bug!

Posted on: 2016/1/28 17:48
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Re: Johanna ice
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Anybody have a fishing report? Hoping to take some kids out for their first ice fishing experience. Will be targeting panfish but will throw out a couple tip-ups for a pike or eyes. Thanks!

Posted on: 2016/1/28 12:01
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Re: Minnetonka
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Thanks for the heads up - I agree. Hopefully people take heed!

Posted on: 2016/1/27 14:31
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Re: Minnetonka
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Like you said - it's going to be tough in this weather. Since you'll want to keep your little guys interested I'd recommend jigging for crappies but putting out a few tip ups with shiners in shallower in hopes of hooking a northern. There are 3 main crappie holes out there all within range to set tip ups. I've iced some nice northerns there even in this kind of weather.

Posted on: 2016/1/17 18:34
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Re: Minnetonka
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Ice is ok. Some superimposed ice out there for sure. Definitely walkable though. I had a full inch difference from 7-8" in my portable.

Posted on: 2016/1/17 1:18
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