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Muskie Opener
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Anyone going to be out Muskie fishing this weekend in WI. I'm going to check out Little yellow and big yellow. I'll be out there casting 10,000 cast trying to land my first one. Any suggestions and advice would be awesome... Thanks in advance and i'll report back on how i do.

Ceeber

Posted on: Yesterday 9:49:16
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Re: 2017 pike and musky pictures
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Nice!! It's Muskie opener this weekend in WI. Are you going? I'm thinking about heading out there.

Posted on: Yesterday 9:41:54
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Rainy River Update 5-7-17
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Here's an update from Rainy River from this past weekend. No, we did not fish the Sportsman lodge Sturgeon tournament as it was full. We, however, had an incredible time. Check out the photos.

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Posted on: 5/8 0:52:31
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Re: Worth trying to sell
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Eventually someone will buy it. Trolling motors is an essential piece of equipment. Guys with used boats or canoes will probably throw you some offer.

Posted on: 5/4 7:01:14
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Re: Are there crappies in Mille Lacs?
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The south side of mille lacs is hitting crappies right now. Troll and fish the docks. A lot of nice size.

Posted on: 4/26 8:57:07
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Re: Shiner Run
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Hey, I'll fish the carp for fun for you. But, i haven't seen any shiners in great numbers yet either.

Posted on: 4/26 8:53:52
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Re: T-41 minutes for Sturgeon
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Thanks for the review. I'll be up there during the Sturgeon tournament in May.

Posted on: 4/20 14:59:54
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Re: Suffix 832 vs. PowerPro
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I fish a lot of cat fish and sturgeons during open water. I've tried both suffix and powerpro. That's the only two brand I use for braid. I used both 65lb, on same setup. Suffix breaks and Powerpro doesn't. Down to the spec, Powerpro is .01mm thicker. That's all i know.

I buy either or for bass, walleye, pikes, etc but when it matters like the big fish, I use powerpro.

Posted on: 4/20 14:57:04
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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.


Ceeber

Posted on: 2/21 10:14:25
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