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Re: Drill question
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I paired up the kdrill with the regular milwaukee m18 lithium ion. My specific milwaukee was only 425 ft lb of torque and it struggled t to break through the ice. Drilling the ice was fine, but it's that last inch or two before hitting the water that it choked up. I tried my buddies kdrill paired with the recommended Milwaukee brushless 725ft lb of torque and it's a beast. Super light weight and drills quick. We walked and hole hop a fairly large lake with ease. We were also using the 5.0amp batteries. With 6-8 inch of ice, we were able to get around 30-40 holes. I liked my buddies combo so much that's why i purchased a set. My new Milwaukee fuel drill should be arriving soon, too bad the ice condition is deteriorating. Feel free to ask me any questions that you may have.

Posted on: 2/21 13:51:25
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Re: Helix 7 SI CHIRP G2
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The helix series is something that i am looking forward to purchasing this year also. I think the 7 is just perfect.. I have a 15.5 ft fiber glass old school forester. The 7 will mount perfectly. I'm waiting on the shows and hoping to justify the price there. A friend of mine got a great deal on the Helix 9 last year, he grabbed two. I'm only going to purchase one unit so i'm leaning on the helix 9-10 just depending on price.


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Posted on: 2/21 10:14:25
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Re: Proud Grandpa
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Congrats Kirk.... You don't look old enough to be a grandpa yet.

Posted on: 2/21 7:11:35
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Re: Centerville lake or Peltier Lake
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Here's a quick report on Centerville. Ice condition: The launch from water works is pretty beat up. It has a small chunk of ice left to walk onto the lake. All the permanent houses are off the ice. We found ice between 10-12 inches, however, the top half of the ice is soft and the bottom half is solid and clear. We fished between 6-13ft of water and had a great time. Had some awesome tipup action and missed a couple. Had some nice panfish, which we released every one.

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Posted on: 2/20 7:59:40
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Re: Centerville lake or Peltier Lake
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Peltier had it's time too this year. My father in law lives right off the lake. Report right now hasn't been as great. Early season was on fire for gills and crappies. We had a great time. Bass and pike was hitting hard during early season too. Nothing to brag about nowadays.

Posted on: 2/13 12:22:02
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Re: Centerville lake or Peltier Lake
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Night bite has been the best during early season. My buddies just got done fishing centerville. Got some 9-10in crappies and perch. A couple action on the tipup with one keeper pike.

Posted on: 2/13 12:20:40
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Re: 3 mile reef report 2/10-2/12
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Nice report guys. I'm going to try to get out there one last time with this warm front coming.

Posted on: 2/13 12:06:51
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Re: Slower but fun
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Nice catch Chris.

Posted on: 2/7 7:48:28
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Re: Lund Impact 1775
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My brother in law owns one. They love the boat and i do too. I wish i had one LOL. I have an older fiber glass boat. Pretty much all the new boats coming out have similar features such as the rod locker and casting deck/ bench seat. It's a great boat, great buy.

Posted on: 2/6 14:56:11
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Re: Siren/Spooner Area
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Where's all the report at on this "Siren/Spooner" Area? Anyone been out lately? We had a group out in the area trying a different spot. We kept moving until we found fish and it definitely paid off. 13" crappies, pikes, white fish, and perch.

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Posted on: 2/6 9:47:21
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