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Re: Garage sale strikemaster
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If you have the clearish lines you will want to replace them.

Posted on: 6/24 7:48:47
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Re: Favorite fall walleye lake?
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Green Bay, Mille lacs ( when you were able to troll at night ) vermillion and secret lake x.

Posted on: 6/20 16:48:24
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Re: Big-n-mean~
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If that thing squared up with me I would run all the way back to Minnesota. Not a spider fan. Especcially if I can't easily step on it to kill it.

Posted on: 6/15 13:10:11
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Re: Mid June
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I have found fish from 5 ft to 35 ft. Depends on weather wind and time of day but I think your approach is a good one. Good luck

Posted on: 6/14 20:15:44
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Re: Mid June
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I have been going out of North primarily, but have fished south when the bigger south winds blow.

Posted on: 6/14 13:33:38
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Re: Mid June
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Sounds like you have a good plan. Last weekend I pulled spinners off the edge of mud flats and rigged leaches on the edge of rock reefs and caught plenty of fish.

Posted on: 6/14 9:24:51
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Re: New 7" Sonar & GPS
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Helix has a flasher option.

Posted on: 6/4 22:11:02
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Re: Guide question
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Not sure what lake or species you are fishing with the guide but pay attention...glance at the electronics...and ask questions onthe how and why. Then just duplicate it. Do you really need the exact gps spots at that point anyway. When someone has shown me a spot on a lake I don't need the exact gps coordinate to go back and find the fish. If that person happens to come to that spot or general area I usually just move on to another. Fish dont really swim on track lines and live on gps coordinates.

Posted on: 6/4 22:07:58
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Re: Replacing skids on skid house.
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I would find a welder and buy steel tubing from a fab shop. Jack it up take off old and fasten new on.

Posted on: 6/1 17:35:28
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Re: June 11 - 16 smallie trip
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As of last weekend they have not moved to there beds. The bite has actually been a little tough because the walleyes and smallies are in the same areas. This warm weather this weekend should get them going a bit. Tubes should work and search with jerk baits or swim baits.

Posted on: 6/1 16:07:34
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