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Re: 16 foot Alumacraft with 50hp Yamaha - tiller $5000
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wow sounds like a cream puff for a fair price. need pics tho...

Posted on: 7/17 11:38:21
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Re: White Bear Lake
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mark your follows,then get out after dark when the lake settles down,hit your
waypoints with noisey surface lures,lots of fun n action.

Posted on: 7/17 11:33:55
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Re: Walleye bobber set up
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The few local bobber guyz I know on the east shore like using 8 to 9'ers.

i find a 7'er works just fine plus I'm cheap why spend good $ fishing for fish ya can't keep?,use what ya have you'll be fine.

Posted on: 7/8 10:06:18
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Re: Longville/ Hackensack Area. June 22
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GREAT REPORT! Bet leech will be a ****e show this week with all the pro's pre fishing for this weekend A.I.M. tourney....goodluck to all entering.

Posted on: 7/3 8:17:58
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Re: Muskie
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well I see our dnr caught/released a possible world record ski the other day 60+ just a tank! glad the netters didn't kill it,would've ended up in a road dirtch after they would snub our noses with it.

Posted on: 7/2 13:11:11
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Re: Muskie
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spent many hours on mille lacs chasing them hogs much perfer walleyes,good friend ran a guide service out of a metro musky shop back in the early 90's ,did very well ,went thru all the phases of catching skiis,best results on heavely fished lakes with moderate boat traffic was and maybe still is night fishing for muskies. Mille laces action heats up in mid july thru oct when thigs get really hot.

Posted on: 7/1 11:00:24
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Re: Chicken 3 Ways
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did a couple 'yard birds" myself love this time of year for grilling/smoking meats.

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Posted on: 6/13 13:34:50
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Re: Pork Butt on a nice day
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Kirk,most bbq competetions ive been too chefs like they're pork chilled not room temp so they get a perfect smoke ring,hell I can't tell the diff whether ribs or pork roast room temp or chilled when placed in smoker its all good.

picked up a little tip one year,spray bottle with apple cider vinegar,apple cider and apple sauce blended just spray mixture every 30 to 45 minutes towards the end of smoking,then wrap ribs in tin foil drizzel apple juice before wrapping reduce heat to 200deg back on grill or in oven to finish.

thanx for getting me fired up to smoke this weekend.


yard birds and maybe a shoulder roast"? using pecan pellets this go around even tho apple wood is a perfect fit for pork.

Posted on: 6/13 10:54:52
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Re: Pork Butt on a nice day
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Well kirk,let's here your report,what flavor wood did ya use,applewood bath? done by noon or later?,last pork roast I did my pup wolfed it down the second I turned my back may try again after this thread.

Posted on: 6/11 11:37:25
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Re: Pellet Grill Recipes
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turkey legs and killer chicken wings using competition blend wood by "pit boss" also did a 3lb pork shoulder that looked really good but my golden retriever got it before me...

Posted on: 5/13 11:39:18
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