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Re: Typo Lake north metro
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Thanks that is the info i needed. I appreciate it!!

Posted on: 2/6 15:37:56
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Typo Lake north metro
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Can anybody tell me what part of this lake is the deepest, or if its just bowl shaped? Trying to get to the deepest spot. I am thinking about hoofing it because i dont know the lake or ice thickness and am not comfortable driving out without knowing...

Posted on: 2/6 14:57:02
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Re: River through the ice help..
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Rod and reel for me would be usually below a dam ice permitting, tip ups along the bank of the main channel. Where i am located you really cant get that far out in the main channel, it is wide open. I know where a few shallow rock piles are surrounded by sand from low water periods and that is where i place my tip ups.

I dont know where you are fishing but if you have any dams by you with slack water and you are certain the ice below is safe, id try there, that is usually the deepest hole in a given area....

Alot of people dont realize that river ice below a dam can freeze and become safe for walking before most of the lakes in the same area... Water that is shallow and moving changes temps faster. With that being said river ice can change in a day so ALWAYS check with a spud and stay AWAY from the spillway.

Posted on: 1/25 9:38:23
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Re: River through the ice help..
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I do all the time, In my section the bite is usually good during the day, mornings best. After dark it has been really slow this year. I use small spoons, Tungsten jigs with a minnow, I also do well shallow 6' and under with tip ups (I set them up then wait on shore so i do not spook the fish)

Posted on: 1/24 17:18:45
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Re: Can anyone identify this plastic
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No but it is def close! Ill order a few thanks

Posted on: 2017/12/1 16:07
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Can anyone identify this plastic
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So I purchased a couple packs of these at a gas station in Balsam Lake a few years ago, never thought they would be my go to bait last year. I ice fish a spot on the Mississippi where there are a lot of Walleyes but they are EXTREMELY Finicky. This little plastic Produced every day, more so than anything else. I am now down to three and i thought I snapped a pic of the package last year before throwing away, but after scouring through all my images it doesn’t exist. I cant seem to find anything similar, all others seem to be too large or too small. The one in the pic use to be quite a bit brighter but it has some miles on it.

2″ long
Pretty Soft plastic
Glows in the dark…

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Posted on: 2017/12/1 10:38
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Re: Boot reviews?????
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I have had the ice kings for 4+ years now. I have never had cold feet once. I must be lucky, no ripped seams yet

Posted on: 2017/11/15 22:21
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Re: Timken bearings.
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i just replaced wheel hubs, upper and lower ball joints and tie rod ends, all MOOG. Pretty sure if remember right all were made outside of the country.

Posted on: 2017/5/12 13:08
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Re: Fishing off a kayak
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I used to take my kayak down the rum, below the coon rapids dam, the crow river... all fishing walleye...

Posted on: 2017/5/11 9:14
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Re: 2002 pontiac grand am
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X2 on the crank sensor, same thing happened to me on my 2000 Pontiac grand prix...

Posted on: 2017/5/2 10:56
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