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Re: Found on red!!!
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Posted on: 2014/12/10 14:51
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Re: Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
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In parts of northern Wi. they are called roly-polies. If they are made with sour heads (whole heads of cabbage made like sour kraut) they are called sarmas.

Posted on: 2013/8/25 9:28
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Re: Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
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We always use half ground pork half beef for making these.

Posted on: 2013/8/25 8:56
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Re: Panfish artificials... Gulp!? Impulse? Powerbait? Others?
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I have had good luck with Maki plastics. They cost a little more than the big brands but I find it to we'll worth it.

Posted on: 2013/8/5 12:50
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Re: Leadcore for walleye
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That is pretty much how deep trolling is.

You can try running deep divers like reef runner 800s or tail dancers on superline and you can get them to 30ft or so. You may also try running snap weights. This is a great tool to get you into the zone like leadcore.

With leadcore or snap weights if you catch a fish and slow down your troll you run the risk of sending your baits onto the bottom to snag of foul up with weeds etc... You also stop those baits from working in an area with fish. So if you keep trolling you mostly fight the speed of the boat. With deep divers, they float up eliminating the chance of bottom contact but still stop the bait from fishing for you.

Your big fish will still fight and you will have to play them to the boat. Trolling also leaves a tendancy for hooks to rip a bigger hole in the fish's lip. Constant rod preassure is a must. The best way to fight them is rod out to the side and reel, no pumping the rod.

Posted on: 2013/8/2 15:11
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Re: Planer board?
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I have 4 different kinds of boards... Off Shore are my go to boards.

Posted on: 2013/8/1 20:55
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Re: september fishing rainy lake
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Sept you can find walleyes on the reefs. 3/8 oz jig and a larger minnow like a rainbow and you will be in business.

Posted on: 2013/7/20 21:17
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Re: Oxygenated Fuel with additive or Non-Oxygenated Fuel?
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I run non-ox with sea foam in my boat and nearly all the small engines we have on our fire department.

Posted on: 2013/7/17 5:38
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Re: What the best fuel additive: Seafoam, Stabil, or Other?
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I have had good luck with Seafoam. Amsoil also makes a great fuel stabilizer.

Posted on: 2013/7/17 5:35
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Kids and their walleyes
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It has been a very busy summer for me between traveling, firefighting and guiding. It however seems that I have noticed a trend, the kids are catching the big fish. You have got to love a smile that lasts the remainder of the trip that one of these big girls can cause.

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Posted on: 2013/7/15 13:05
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