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Re: Electric Hydraulic vs Electric Jacks
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03/03/2017
From Pennock
Posts: 8
Am I the only one thinking about the wheel well size between the 2 ways ? Doesn't get much smaller with a hydraulic frame but I'm not sure with electric jacks.

Posted on: 2/19 22:04:58
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Re: How's the bite?
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03/03/2017
From Pennock
Posts: 8
Measured 30" on Sunday, 2.5 miles West from Hillman's, 32" - 1 mile west from West Wind.

Posted on: 2/13 18:49:49
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Re: Current Snow on the lake.
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03/03/2017
From Pennock
Posts: 8
Was up there last weekend and knowingly brought a plow truck, i left a comment in the red lake current bite. Hardest thing to do is getting off the road, the berm is hard but after that is just putting it in 4x4 and busting through drifts, the snow is hard on top but soft underneath like sugar. Once off the road, the boondocking isn't so bad.

Posted on: 2/12 19:35:10
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Re: How's the bite?
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Joined:
03/03/2017
From Pennock
Posts: 8
Was up there Thursday morning to Sunday morning, 3 of us, the 4th guy coming Friday morning. Set up 1 mile out of West Wind, 11 FOW, set up there for 2 days, ended up with 16 walleyes and 2 perch. Dead stick and rattle lines seemed to work better than jigging. Thought we would try something new on saturday, planning for future trips, went 2.5 miles west from Hillman's. In 13 FOW, caught 12 more walleyes and 1 perch, with 20.5 being biggest walleye. Noticed here the walleyes would only bite on jigging. Boondocking is my advice, getting away from the roads.

Posted on: 2/12 9:40:01
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Current Conditions?
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03/03/2017
From Pennock
Posts: 8
Planning on making my way up to upper red for 4th year in a row next week,always have gone out of West Wind and with good luck every year, was wondering how much snow was on the lake and what is the average ice thickness?

Posted on: 1/29 11:28:27
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Re: New rod from Tuned Up Custom Rods
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Joined:
03/03/2017
From Pennock
Posts: 8
I planned ahead and custom made a Precison Power 3-4 weeks ago and should be coming in within next couple weeks. I will post a picture when I get it.

Posted on: 2017/10/16 21:43
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Re: Permanent house questions
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Joined:
03/03/2017
From Pennock
Posts: 8
I drop mine down when camping but always bring pieces of 2x4's with me to put underneath, when parked on a paved camping spot I dont bother, but setting down in grass spots easy to have just a couple points make contact and make it unlevel. With a fridge, I like to have it level as possible. Ice Castle told me to crank it down and up once a month, I have winches though, no idea on hydraulic models.

Posted on: 2017/3/8 10:22
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Snow coverahe, ice thickness?
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Joined:
03/03/2017
From Pennock
Posts: 8
Looking to fish leech lake this week, I'm from 3 hours south and was wondering how much snow is on the lake and how thick the ice is. Would driving a 3/4 ton truck out on the ice be in the question ?

Posted on: 2017/3/3 11:16
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