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Re: GONE!?!
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Gotta say lunden's gave it a go,hung inthere alot longer than I thought they would,suely an icon from the old days,agreed will be missed.

Also,the wharf shut down they're resturant as of late...

sad to see our dying community folks,curious if lundeens had a fire sale that the natives jumped on?

Posted on: 8/10 10:18:59
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Re: Youth Shotgun
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Oh boy,lots of ways to go here,at 12yrs old still growing,how tall? approx weight?,body type strong,skinny or medium? reason I ask is for gun handling fundementals and whether he'll be effected by felt recoil,many years ago our dad's broke us in with 20ga h&r single shot,man that sucker had a kick like a mule,after a few shots we were done with brusied shoulders,so single shot and pumps will let ya know who the boss is.

bring the young man into a gun shot and having him handle guns off the rack is like a fart in the wind,today we can customize and fit any and all shotguns,off the rack most shotguns might fit a couple folks but smaller folks need consideration when it comes to "gun fit it makes for a better experience for the youngster without fear of recoil,keep in mind he may grow out of a youth shotgun in a few years which is fine if he has younger siblings or you can sell the youth or trade it when the time comes to upgrade.

Bottom line is a semi auto has very little recoil compared to a pump,also if you plan on hitting a gun range they will require a hunter safety certificate to shoot between 12 and 16yrs old.

Metro gun club has rental shotguns and they also sponsor schools from the area for high school league shooting and is a class selective course,man wish they would've had that when I was growing up.

Posted on: 8/7 13:17:33
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Re: TIP call gets poachers caught.
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And the story goes on...every year! One day I hope our folks in office will require testing in english to get folks a driver license and hunting/fishing license.

Not sure what can be done for poachers that load the freezer from the dakota's as most are unaware that Mn doesn't allow freezer possession limits like they're state and we sell lot on non rez tags every year ,some 20-25k last time I checked a few years back.

So our state CO's need our help to identify and report these

poachers.

Posted on: 8/2 12:08:56
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Re: daisy BB gun.
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Nice pea shooter...maybe donate it to a young family near you with youngens interested in shooting/hunting,nice starter gun not worth much $ wise but will bring a smile to young recipent.

Just a thiught.

Posted on: 8/1 11:22:51
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Re: Finally One For The Wall
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Dandy trophy! and nicely done,great art work Timjo,I went to reps many years ago after my skin mounts cracked and spilt over time,tails curled,these reps will last a lifetime.

Posted on: 8/1 11:08:45
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Re: Fly fishing north shore.
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tough time of year for fly fishing,early morning late evening might be the best bet,I suggest hiking up one of the many streams along the shore as they are all stocked,not sure if the fishery is still open at the french river but if it is stop in and chat with the dnr personel they can fill you in on more details.

Also look to slack water for feeding activeity later in the day for suface feeders,water will be high after all the rain the shaore has had lately.

Posted on: 7/13 11:32:32
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Re: Paddle Boards~
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Well.the reason I asked is last weekend the dnr was out checking folks on white bear lake,they cited a couple for not having a watercraft sticker! I'm told watercraft 11' and up need a license. shocked!

Posted on: 7/5 10:51:02
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Paddle Boards~
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Any here use one of these things?

Posted on: 7/5 9:39:09
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Re: MN DNR Gill netting in front of resorts.
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Possible explanations for higher predation include fewer tullibee for larger walleye to feed on, improved water clarity and quality since the Clean Water Act of the 1970s and the possible effects of invasive species.

Once again the same old story we've herd over the years,so the dnr hires this guy for big $$ and he comes up with the same old blah blah...

Looking at the big picture I'd say this specialist missed a huge predator investation..."Gill Netts" during spawn.


Posted on: 6/21 9:39:43
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Re: Barn pigeons?
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Thats true loopy,however I had a pigeon breeder that raced these critters,he gave me what they call 2nd class birds not cut out for racing,so thats a thought as well.

Posted on: 6/20 12:16:30
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