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Re: If You Like To Eat Northern Pike...
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Reinhard wrote:
Great way to stay on top of Y bone removal and get it to perfection LOL. good luck.


I like to cut the top off and go outside the Y bones. It is much easier and you never get a bone. I have seen videos of it on youtube.


Yep started doing it this way a couple years ago now. It works great. If you haven't seen the youtube video you should search it, makes cleaning slimers a lot easier!


Been doing it that way ever since I learned how to fillet one. Some good tasting fish right there too. I think its funny when I am with someone and they are shocked I am going to keep a northern.

Posted on: 12/8 0:36:52
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Re: Ice Report Lake Osakis
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Thanks for the detailed updates keep us informed I always like hitting Osakis for one of my early ice lakes

Posted on: 12/8 0:30:18
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Re: North Metro Ice Reports
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spotchecker wrote:
I didn't think so.
The best fishing I've ever had i was first guy on the first ice hot spot. More than one time!!
I never had an Auger in my hands!
2 and 1/2" and a spud an i was in heaven.

Hey Zach, What's the D stand for????? With that response I've got a great idea!!

Dickhead How did you guess?
I made that comment because it seemed like he was being a dick by telling him to go do the dirty work.

Posted on: 12/7 6:01:28
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Re: North Metro Ice Reports
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Most lakes are open however I found 3 inches on a lake today. Get out and do the dirty work thefightingpike
Most useless post

Posted on: 12/7 0:25:34
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Re: If You Like To Eat Northern Pike...
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I like it

Posted on: 12/7 0:20:20
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Re: Chapmans resort?
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You can pay and go on
I think its 10 dollar access fee

Posted on: 12/7 0:14:18
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Re: Red lake resort?
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+1 on cookie he is a stand up guy might be booked as he doesn't have a bunch of houses but worth a try


Or I would suggest Beacon harbor I have stayed with them many times John and Ann are top notch people
Chad and Alex are awesome people too I don't know if Alex still works for them as I think he works for the county now doing fire protection or forestry but he was one of the ones that jumped in and save someone after that side by side went in a couple years back.


I always seem to catch more fish out of Beacon

I haven't stayed in the sleeper houses but I have stayed at the cabins at westwind and liked it a lot and there is good fishing to be had.

Posted on: 12/6 6:10:07
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Re: Twin Pines Resort?
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Ive stayed twice
Caught two walleyes each time between 4 people.

This was a few years back when it was tough everywhere though

Went out of there access with my portable 2-3 years ago and caught a bunch of small ones.

Did their launch a 2 years ago and caught a bunch of nice ones

Posted on: 12/6 5:58:52
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Re: Crazy weather
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scrambled wrote:
Glad I got those Christmas lights up yesterday!

I put mine up today before it came woofta!

Posted on: 12/5 0:51:50
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Re: ice Fishing Show
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It's fun to go and check out the new stuff but I wouldn't expect to find any deals. It's the hottest time of year for ice fishing gear which is exactly the wrong time to be discounting the stuff if you're in the business.

They are there to move a lot of product so they are able to give great discounts. They are also hoping new customers come and buy from them in hopes of them using their store in the future as well.

You can find great deals especially on the larger ticket items and if you bundle a couple bigger items they will give you a better break too.

I like to try to go get bottom dollar at one place then go to where my local favorite store is vending and ask for that price and tell them to throw in a hat or t shirt and they usually do.

Posted on: 12/2 3:58:16
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