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Re: Favorite fall walleye lake?
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dew2 wrote:
You in the Guard? or otherwise?
What area you want to fish?Close to MapleGrove a day trip or something different? got a boat? I have a great lake we live on,But will have to move to PMs if yer interested 70 miles west of MG


Can I take a guess and ask if the lake name starts with a D?

Posted on: 6/20 23:55:04
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Re: Lodging
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I have stayed at west wind in the RH in the winter and didn't see a problem with it. They also have 6 beds vs the 4 that the kitchenette rooms at beacon has
so 240 a night for a ridge home is 40 bucks a person

while beacon harbor is 180 with 4 beds so that's 45 bucks a person.

West wind also has cabins which are a lot nicer I would say just as nice as Beacons kitchenette rooms but bigger
at $300 a night with 6 beds that's 50 bucks a person


But I do agree if you are not going to utilize the 6 beds it would be best to stay at Beacon as Jon and Ann run a great operation.

Posted on: 6/20 23:51:58
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Re: Philando Castile
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zachd wrote:

Well you let them search the car?
Whats wrong with being detained for a short period?
If any officer wants to detain me for their safety they can go ahead.

What was the outcome of the incident, you got a fix it ticket and you were on your way. Why would this deter you from carrying?



Detaining you and handcuffing you for no good reason are two different things. Why in the world would they handcuff someone and have to search a car for a broken taillight? If he really got pulled over for a broken taillight, there was no cause for the cop to search the vehicle for anything, especially a gun as he was a valid permit holder. While I respect the police, this cop gives the rest a bad name.

That's why I asked if he said it was ok.

Yes there was no cause to search without a warrant but if they asked if they could and he said yes then why cant he search the car? How many times have you seen cops and someone was pulled over for no turn signal and the cop asks to search the car and they find drugs?



All I was trying to get at really is why would this deter you from carrying?

Posted on: 6/20 6:51:03
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Re: Somewhere to trade a shotgun
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arneb04 wrote:
I think I'd rather avoid the FFL shipping rigamarole with the online sales. It's not a high dollar shotgun. Id like to trade directly for an AR basically, well, plus cash more than likely. But I'd rather just do it all at one shop. I'll have to check out Glens, thanks Hevishot. I do actually go by there periodically so it's in my ballpark.

I always sell local Armlist is like craigslist for guns

Good luck on the trade though I love Glens I wish it was closer I only get out that way every once in a blue moon

Posted on: 6/19 23:55:27
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Re: Philando Castile
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icefisher83 wrote:
here my opinion, coming from a person of color.

ive been a permit holder for the last 10 years. but the last time i carried was about 2 years ago. heres why...

i got pulled over for a broken tail light. the lights worked, but the plastic/glass was broke. i kept my hands on the wheel until he got up to my window. he asks for my ID and such and sees that im a permit holder. he asked if i had a firearm on me, i said no, not on me, but it unloaded in a case, in my trunk. next thing you kno, im handcuffed on the side of the road, while they are searching my car. i didnt say a word and let them proceed. so after all that, i got a fix it ticket. lol

i wasnt scared, but i was thinking WTF! i dont argue or talk back to cops. been to jail once...dont EVER want to go back. haha

as for this case....im sad for both parties involved.

Fish On!!


Well you let them search the car?
Whats wrong with being detained for a short period?
If any officer wants to detain me for their safety they can go ahead.

What was the outcome of the incident, you got a fix it ticket and you were on your way. Why would this deter you from carrying?

Posted on: 6/19 23:39:07
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Re: Smoking duck?
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People wrap it in bacon yes http://www.theoutdoorline.com/blog/post/2012/12/24/the-worlds-best-smoked-duck.aspx


I prefer to pluck and brine the whole bird if I am going to be smoking, just because with breast I like to do a seared breast with a cherry port wine reduction

Posted on: 6/19 23:32:41
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Re: Philando Castile
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whiskey- wrote:
Gotta love it when they play the big bad marijuana angle give me a break.

I think the guy should have planted his palms on the roof of his car and said "if you need my firearm, take it yourself. if you need my ID, take it yourself. My hands are not moving."

R.I.P.


Well I think it is valid to the case fact of the matter is that the blood levels showed that he was high at the time of the shooting.

So what angle are they trying to play?

The fact is that you are not allowed to carry when under the influence of a controlled substance?

I don't care what anyone says marijuana does effect your decision making?

His judgment may of been impaired because he was nervous?


I think marijuana should be legal so don't think that I think that it is "big bad marijuana"


But come on you have to realize that it is part of the case
just think if someone hit your child with a car and you found out they were high at the time wouldn't you think that should be brought up if they were being charge with the accident?

Posted on: 6/19 4:27:30
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Re: Philando Castile
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No you don't have to by law tell an officer that you are carrying unless he asks but I feel it is for the best to tell right away or at least in my eyes hand them your permit.

I am not nervous one bit
I have been doing this before this incident

Whenever I drive I put my wallet in my cup holder with my license and permit in the front slot
The time I got pulled over I had them both out right after I put my car in park kept my hands on the wheel handed him the cards with one hand put the hand back on the wheel . Officer looks at both and off the bat I can assume he knows I am carrying. He asked me if I was and I said yes I have one on my person. ( never say yes I have a gun) think if he had a partner and the partner just overheard I have a gun or gun.
He goes ok lets keep it that way and I said ok I will keep my hands on the steering wheel unless instructed otherwise. He runs my license and comes back tells me have a good day.

It is pretty simple a cop being around a person with a gun no matter who it is should be nervous and rightfully so. It is your job to show him that he shouldn't be nervous.

Posted on: 6/19 2:01:59
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Re: Somewhere to trade a shotgun
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I have always had more luck selling on Armslist

Posted on: 6/17 20:49:52
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Re: Protecting new trees
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bottlebass wrote:
When I first read the fishing line fence idea it sounded great by once I started thinking about it I have the same thoughts dober has.

Zach, how long does the fence last for you before you need to start replacing it?

I'm not worried about the deer breaking through when I just have it set up around trees. I can make a triangle or square fence around each tree pretty quick I would think.

I suppose I didn't think that this is more of a long term deal.
I don't know how long it would last I guess always used it to section off parts of food plots and took it down a little before opener.

Posted on: 6/17 20:33:21
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