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Waterfowl items for sale
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From Park Rapids
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Looking to upgrade a few things, so cleaning the shop out a little.

2 spinning wing decoys. I believe 1 is a Lucky Duck and the other is Mojo. Both have the cardboard wings with the image printed on them. One has a new battery this year, the other is only a year old. Looking to get $30 each.

Final approach Pro Guide XL full frame blind. Has some holes in the bottom as it is used. Great big man blind. Asking $100 obo.

Final approach pro guide full frame blind material and door frames only. This blind is old, but the material is still in decent shape. The frame is shot, but I figured someone could still use the material. $30 bucks and it's yours.

1 Dozen Avery 5/8 mallard shell decoys. These are hardly used. Comes with the 12 slot bag and spring loaded stakes. $125 obo.

I will try to get pictures soon. Located near Park Rapids, MN.

Posted on: 10/15 9:10:39
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Re: Chicken Fried Rice
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07/22/2015
From Park Rapids
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I started making "HuHot" on mine at home. Works great!

That stuff looks awesome! I ate at a Hibachi place recently that was by far the best I had ever eaten.

Posted on: 9/11 11:34:05
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Re: Tatonka Dust
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Quote:

bottlebass wrote:
10$ huh... Is it really that good?


oh, it's that good.

Posted on: 8/22 11:39:36
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Tatonka Dust
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07/22/2015
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FYI, Tatonka Dust is now available at Owensbbq.com. Just placed my order. Can't wait to have some again.

For those that don't know, this is one of many seasonings that MossyMO sells on his website. And in my opinion, the best!

Posted on: 8/20 11:36:20
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Re: Leech lake today
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07/22/2015
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check out the reports from Trappers Landing Lodge. They are pretty informative.

Posted on: 7/10 9:15:06
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Re: Leech lake today
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Haven't been on in a few days. I was out there Saturday as well for about 3 hours. no luck. We were on the south shore of the main lake. lots of boat traffic tearing up the water.

Posted on: 7/8 11:45:10
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Re: Need some advice on new graph
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07/22/2015
From Park Rapids
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If you want to stick with what you know, I have a LCX 25c on the bow that rarely gets used. Johnny Ray mount, external antenna and trolling motor transducer.

Let me know if you are interested.

Posted on: 7/8 11:43:29
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Re: Which Monofilament
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07/22/2015
From Park Rapids
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I run Sufix on everything. 832 braid on my jig/snap jig rod with Sufix Invisiline Fluorocarbon for a leader. Last year I ran Siege on my rigging rods which I wasn't a big fan of. Going to try the new Advance mono for those this year.

Posted on: 3/11 9:16:29
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Re: Eskimo propane Hc40 and P1 Rocket differences
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mine is either in the back of the pickup or in a sled, so the weight there isn't an issue. pulling it back up out of the hole with an 18" extension is not fun. 6 holes in the wheel house and I'm ready to be done. Reverse would be very handy.

Aside from that, I have had it for 3 years and am happy with the performance. It cuts nice, never short on power, fires right up.

Posted on: 2/17 11:09:15
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Re: Eskimo propane Hc40 and P1 Rocket differences
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I have the HC40 10" propane. Auger speed seems slow at full throttle, but it cuts nice. It's heavy. Really wouldn't mind having an ION right now.

Posted on: 2/14 10:14:39
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