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Re: Electric Ice Auger opinions
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i've used both,imo SM has more torq hands down,weight isn't a factor for me but the SM weighs more than my 1995 gas lazer mag at 23lbs,lazer mag 22lbs...

ion wilst drilling had to shop drilling once down 15"s or so to scoop ice shaving's out as ion started to bog down SM kept pluggin away.

Posted on: 11/27 15:01:17
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Re: Icce Fishing Red lake
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been a long time since I've fished upper red but I remember my "lake master" mapping data showed the 50k acres we non natives can fish has a max depth of 14' its like a big bowl.

Posted on: 11/11 12:09:00
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Re: New Red Lake limit
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SWEEET JOE! looks like a walleye killin setup,nice man cave when the ole lady is on a roll and pissed off at ya.

Posted on: 10/28 8:03:11
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Re: Charging your electronics
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Yup agreed cee,boat batteries,motorcycle bat's etc,get youself a battery tender,no worries come spring,hell I hard wired a tender to my wheeler as the plow with lights on draws big amp's and our wheeler's don't have an alternator,battery tender keeps the battery topped off,only draws one amp.

Posted on: 10/23 11:01:16
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Re: Would You Do It?
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Nope,gave one(live scope) A whirl last winter,damn nice but a pain in the ass ,to much so to be mobil,gotta lug a 12v battery with ya,plus the scope and accessories,but for open water scanning large area's of water tourny fisherman yes...for ice fishing I'll stick to my vex/gps and lazer to locate fish,live scope is the real deal for locating schools and to idenify species but to much work to roam,but if a guy has deep pockets,likes to stake out a patch of ice,fire up a 20gal propane heater or skid house ,this is you're huckleberry.

Posted on: 10/15 10:06:36
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Re: Outdoor Kruse Ep 3 Banded Goose
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LOL looks like a crew shooting with the "I got'em syndrome" , but agree opening day at duck camp is the best,I suspect deer camp is the same,we wait all year for this event.

Posted on: 10/12 11:06:03
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Re: New Website coming
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Sweet! looking forward to bigger and better things to come.

Posted on: 8/5 12:21:51
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Re: humminbird ice flasher
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07/31/2007
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sad deal,I suspect its your ice ducer but why would you purchase such a locator with questionable longevity over the well proven top dog vexilar flasher? for saving a couple bucks? just curious as it sucks having you locator take a shetes on ya.in the 30 years using the vex only issue I had was my fault dropping the ice ducer on a ice skimmed hole and cracked it, to lazy to use a ice scoop


another thought is try scrubbing the built up scum off your ducer,that may help right away.

Posted on: 3/25 12:23:09
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Re: Otter vs. Clam
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Seems jason mitchel copies everything Dave Genz does or has done from jigging sticks,to jigs now flip over shacks,I fished with Genz the 1st time in 1990,he let me use his 1st one man trap,wood sled canvas top,thing weighed a ton,was a bitch pulling by hand in snow,then
I bought his 1st two man trap lasted 10+ years,wore the sled out today since Genz sold out to clam corp the quailty seems to be lacking but I like the lite weight on the scout.years ago we only used a white gas lantern for heat that worked fine but lots of heat options today plus thermal insulation.,thinking otter xt but on the fence.

Posted on: 2019/12/16 14:04
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Re: Otter vs. Clam
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true words orandusa,sold my two man fish trap now in the market for a one man flip over but not in a hurry as I sold my truck plus the weather issue,to darn cold to be on the ice lately.,glad you chimed in as I was looking at the clam scout and frabil one man,but now need a looksey at the otter.

Posted on: 2019/12/13 12:06
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