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Re: Best 2 man flip over over head LED light?
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Like what HighBeeze24 said. The clam light bars are great. Last a long time on 12v (Vex battery). Super bright. You won't be disappointed. Wait for deals, such as shows, discount, event and you can get them at good price.

Posted on: 10/10 15:33:44
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Re: Third petition for relief on Mille Lacs walleye mismanagement
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Signed. My profile picture is actually from Mille Lacs, Mac's Twin Bay.

Posted on: 8/29 7:39:03
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Re: Catfishing ??
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I'm not familiar with the rum river but the closest location to you that I do fish would be snake river. Snake and Saint Croix does produce nice cats. Another spot that is great for catfishing would be west of you, St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids. My team and I have caught catfish every 15 minutes in Sauk Rapids. The sizes aren't trophy but definitely a fun time.

Posted on: 8/24 7:39:02
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Re: sturgeon fishing
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September has always been tough for me on shore. I usually fish taylor's fall area on the Croix, which is great early season but in september it struggles to produce for me. I find better luck way south by hudson area, stillwater area. Stillwater always produce during fall season, but mostly on a boat.

As for strategy, I use a flat no roll sinker with 65lb powerpro braided line on a 7/0 octopus hook. Just put was much crawlers as you can on that hook and toss it out there. Bring the whole family, set two poles each someone is bound to catch something. It's not always me that catches but definitely fun to see the wife or kids bring up a dinosaur.

Posted on: 8/24 7:22:09
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Re: White bear lake
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Love White Bear Lake (WBL). Ramsey county launch is a great spot to launch boat. It's a big parking lot with a double paved launch. It does get busy out there at the ramsey county launch. As for rock piles, I only know of the one's by the island. I'm not a pro at WBL but Great fishing out there to be done though.

Posted on: 8/22 12:53:06
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Re: The rum
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Thanks to all for the advice. I definitely appreciate y'all opinion to keeping it safe. I decided to hit Peltier Lake instead. Been doing pretty well on the Largemouth Bass, pikes, and panfish. Here's a couple pictures.

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Posted on: 7/24 7:36:14
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Re: Mille Lacs area and other report
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Nice Video... I love these first person videos... especially on the yak..

Posted on: 7/24 6:52:00
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Re: The rum
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I have a small 15.5 fiberglass.. Thanks for the heads up. I've never been on the rum river at all. Let me know what you think

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Posted on: 7/20 7:54:15
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Re: Big Marine Vets Camp
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Weed edges are great for pan fishing and don't be afraid to go deep also. If jigging and bobber isn't working. Trolling always produce for me on Big Marine even during the hot mid days. Check out the photo, this is my favorite spot to go trolling. Gold, and fire tiger DT12 or 10's does great. I've got nice crappies trolling over the two humps, and trolling along the edge of the point will produce pikes and bass for me. Best of luck to you.

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Posted on: 7/20 7:47:36
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Re: The rum
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Awesome on the report. I live right by the rum river, but never fished it yet. Maybe i'll have to take the boat out on the river. I usually stay on the lakes with the boat, and if i decide to hit up the river, i hit the saint croix. Thanks for the report, some smallie action would be fun.

Posted on: 7/17 7:21:37
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