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Re: Headed out on Friday!
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Where will you be going? I'll be up there around 5:30am. We called hunter's point and they allow people out at that time. I'll be heading to deeper water in the middle of the lake. Definitely hit me back up if you need assistance or want to fish together. I personally never fished the middle of the lake but will be giving it a shot. I usually stay closer to shore and fish structure.

Posted on: 1/19 15:27:10
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Re: Siren/Spooner Area
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I'll be out there this weekend. I'll be with a bigger group, so hopefully i will have something to report back.

Posted on: 1/17 13:20:40
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Re: Jan 16 Report
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Great job. Thanks for the report. I'll be heading out to Hunters this weekend. My son is 8 years old, and i had him use the FLX 28. He fell in love. When my son started seeing marks come up on the sonar, it became like a game. He started jigging and hitting all type of fish. Keep them into the outdoors. Kudos.

Posted on: 1/17 13:16:47
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Re: Big buddy heater
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I have both a big and regular size buddy heater. I love both, and both are used for different size portable houses. I run my buddy heater off of a 11lb propane tank. I don't run filters on my line, but it's a up to you. I've had mine's for about 4 years now. I've talk to a buddy heater rep, and he states that when running the heater, don't every shut off the heater before the propane tank. Shut off the propane tank, and let the gas inline purge out of the heater. I tried it and it works every time.

Posted on: 1/17 13:07:17
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Re: Metro Lakes: Dirty and Overfished
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I somewhat concur. Everyone is putting good points on here. I definitely hate the trash that's left behind during ice and open water. I pick up after these slobs every time i see it, because the lakes or rivers that i see it at, i go there often.

As for the congested village of houses on the lakes, it really depends. When i first started ice fishing years back, i didn't know where to go. I went where the villages are at. However, just because there's a village doesn't mean that there's a hot bite. I seen people get skunk with 50 houses next to each other.
Other times you have places like mille lacs. Any post/pictures of fishes out of the lake, the resorts are blowing it up on social media and everywhere else. They want the business, the more fishermen the more money they make.
As for Fish in the metro, there's still plenty of good fish around. Its just not as easy to get too. Electronics definitely changed the game, so have mobility. And yes, the metro is always congested.

Posted on: 1/11 15:01:03
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Big Marine Lake
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I'm just curious if there's been anyone out on Big Marine lake this year yet? Ice conditions? Fishing Report? I'm thinking about heading out this weekend out of the Vets camp.

Posted on: 1/9 14:14:47
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Re: Jan 6-8
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My guys were out there the same time also. Similar report. Slower action. 2 pout, hand full of eaters, but nothing to brag about. Still a great weekend though.

Posted on: 1/9 9:18:05
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Re: Centerville lake
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People are driving 1/2 tons

Posted on: 1/7 6:43:03
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Re: White Bear Lake Ice Report
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Ice is 8-10. Seen Chevy S10 on the lake already and everyone is parking on the shoreline 5-6 rows deep

Posted on: 1/5 15:32:53
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Re: White Bear Fishing Report
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Fishing 16-19 fow of water. Ice thickness is anywhere from 8-10 inches.

Posted on: 1/5 15:30:51
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