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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: 11/15 22:21:51
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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: 5/12 13:08:01
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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: 5/11 9:14:42
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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: 5/2 10:56:42
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Lake Kitties
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So I am thinking of heading out tonight around 10pm for some channel catfish at Crooked lake. Never really done this in a lake before. Just looking for some CPR. How should i target these fish? I heard the outside weed edge after dark 12′ is a good place to start.
Should i fish the bottom or will they follow the scent? Id like to take it easy with a bobber with possibly some liver or smashed fatheads. but if the bottom is a better option ill def go that route.

Should i rely on my sonar and look for large arcs or schools or are they going to be spread out already?

Posted on: 4/21 11:19:38
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Mounting total scan on 16' 80's aluminum Lund boat
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Hey guys, my girlfriend went out and bought me a boat as a early b day surprise the other day and I'm trying to mount my lowrance total scan transducer. I bought a mounting plate and want to still use the hummingbird that came with the boat. Couple of questions.

-does everyone just drill into the transom and use some specific sealer?
-my motor doesn't have a jack plate so I'm guessing one side of side imaging will be lost unless motor is trimmed?
- is there a specific distance I want between the lowrance and hummingbird transducers?

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Posted on: 4/9 15:11:24
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Re: side/down imaging question
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New units can use the TotalScan transducer from Lowrance, its huge but covers sidescan downscan, 2d and chirp, you cant use both chirp and structure scan at the same time. I have an elite 7 with the totalscan transducer.

Posted on: 3/15 11:01:37
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Re: Metro Lakes: Dirty and Overfished
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99% of my walleyes come from the N Metro, only reason i go to the premier lakes is for a getaway with the buddies... I think the metro water (dont forget the sippi) get a bad rap because they are alot more difficult to fish And on the slot topic, I have some family that used to fish but cant anymore. So i enjoy cooking fish for them occasionally, I only keep fish under 20". I personally would like a 6 fish in the freezer rule but 4 fish daily limit. Not trying to piss anybody off just my preference

Posted on: 1/11 13:29:53
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Re: Looking to expand
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Also something ive found quite helpful since i bought my new lowrance is Insight Genesis Social maps. These are maps that have been made by fisherman and loaded online for download onto units. If you use navionics and find it to be off check out the lake on here to see if it has been mapped. It is extremely accurate and usually up to date. If you have a lowrance unit you can download the map and get bottom hardness, veg etc....

Do a google search on Insight Genesis and go to social maps...

Posted on: 2016/12/6 15:23
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Re: Looking to expand
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I drill all my holes right away and hole hop with a tip up set up shallow and work my way out deeper until dark, Then i set my shack up on my most productive hole and relax. But id like to hear what others do as well.

Posted on: 2016/12/6 14:32
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