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Re: Fabarm shot guns
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Posted on: 2019/8/23 15:08
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Re: Need some advice on new graph
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Call Reeds in Walker. They have some demos on clearance.

Posted on: 2019/7/8 19:14
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Re: Leech opener
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Didn't exactly burn them up this week, but got a few. 7-15 ft when it was cloudy. Using a plain long Lindy with a single float and a fathead.

Posted on: 2019/6/21 10:12
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Garmin
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Looked like I'm going to get a new lake chip next season.
Garmin had boats out running on the lake this week.

Posted on: 2019/6/7 9:41
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Re: Boat Advice on Aluminum for those windy days
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Brought my new 1875 Lund Impact XS home this week.
I am really going to like it. The Minnesota Terrova is so much easier to use than the Powerdrive. I was able to get an hour of break in on it so far. Can't wait for ice out and to get up to the cabin.

Posted on: 2019/4/28 9:40
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Re: Boat Advice on Aluminum for those windy days
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Update - started a deal on the Lund. I made sure i could stay with the same lift. But, I did not consider the garages. I am good on length, at home will be a tight fit for width on my single stall at home, but now looking like height could be an issue. I am going up to get my trade this weekend and will have to measure the lake garage. I think I am ok, but if I'm not, it will be a long drive home thinking about options.

Posted on: 2019/3/6 9:03
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Re: Whiskey
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There are so many to enjoy out there. I myself seem to gravitate to a nice Rye. Templeton is very smooth and one of my favorites. However, in driving down to Florida this last month, we came across the MB Roland distillery in Kentucky. I really liked their Rye. And found a future vacation trip, if I can find a designated driver. Apparently a couple of whiskey trails to follow in both Tennessee and Kentucky.

Posted on: 2019/2/27 15:00
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Re: Boat Advice on Aluminum for those windy days
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On the Impact. Cost and size, and layout were big factors for me. The side storage on the Impact is a great step for getting in and out on the lift. Short legs and bad knees. Plus, I can keep the same lift. I was also told that if I spent that much on a boat, I would have to sell the cabin.

Posted on: 2019/2/18 9:17
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Re: Boat Advice on Aluminum for those windy days
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I know, wrong forum. But what electronics have you guys gone with on the new boats.

Posted on: 2019/2/17 15:00
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Re: Boat Advice on Aluminum for those windy days
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Thanks for the advice and info. I did look at the Crestliner and Alumacraft. The Fishhawk did look interesting, but couldn't find many The Alumacraft was not configured quite right for me. Also, since they were bought by Evinrude, they have kind of lost me. Today, I am leaning toward the 1875 Impact XS. I came across a few complaints of weld issues with the Ranger (though a couple of years old). I think I will spend a little extra on the Lund, as it is pretty well proven.

Posted on: 2019/2/16 20:51
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