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Re: Buddy or big buddy
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I run the sunflower heater to my 5# or my 20# tank with the same hose that I run my small buddy heater with, only thing I add is a filter when running my small buddy heater. I dont run a filter in my sunflower.

Posted on: 2/1 9:35:11
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Re: Whitefish ice for wheelhouse
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I know it's a little south but I was on edward lake for trout opener 2 weekends ago and I pulled my 21ft house with my 4 door long box diesel with a wheeler in back and there was plenty of ice. I went off the resort access on the west side.

Posted on: 1/25 13:13:56
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Re: Red Lake Crappies
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I agree. 4 years fishing red lake never have caught 1 and hearing all the stories catching crappies years ago

Posted on: 1/19 19:33:13
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Current conditions?
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Headed up near pequot lakes for trout opener this weekend, anyone know how much snow is on the lakes and average ice conditions?

Posted on: 1/10 20:48:18
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Re: Electronics
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I have cut off the top half of a 5 gallon pale and mounted the bottom half to my wheeler rack and have a bungee cord holding the vexilar down for extra security. But when traveling on roads it's in the truck with me.

Posted on: 1/7 10:07:20
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Re: Freezing door
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I use lock de-ice with graphite and a torch also on my RV style door handles that have zero insulation around handle. Melted myself and seen doors melted before. Definitely have to watch it really close. I have a picture of my spray but how can I add it ?

Posted on: 2018/12/29 21:17
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Re: M18 wont drill 8"
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Not to change the subject but it might help, but using a drill with the anti kick back paired with a clam plate/Kdrill ? I'm not sure if the milwaukee's have this? What settings are using the drill on ?

Posted on: 2018/12/24 20:09
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Re: Ice thickness? Drivable?
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Hard to believe no one here doesn't know anything about this area...

Posted on: 2018/12/22 10:10
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Re: 6? 8? 10? Auger preference
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I've shyyed away from 10" due to bulkiness of them and some tip ups not working on 10" holes. 10" isnt offered by hand auger, K-drill. I have not fished thru a 6" hole in quite a few years, when
I did, fishing for pike and walleye, I had the fish catch on bottom all too often but maybe that's just my fishing practice. Of course for portable I look for the lighter I can get but also not breaking the bank and having multiple augers.

We have all had fish come off at top of top and go back down. Wouldnt smaller holes have the best opportunity to grab the fish before it can turn back around?

Posted on: 2018/12/10 16:02
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6? 8? 10? Auger preference
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Just looking out there to start something. What size augers is everyone prefer ? I know I like a 8" hole. 10" to me is overkill but to the next guy maybe not.

Posted on: 2018/12/10 10:22
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