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Re: Propane ice augers
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As mentioned, the k-drill is spendy, and I suspect the drill itself will not last nearly as long as a gas or propane engine. But, and this is the deal sealer for me, the k-drill/Milwaukee combo only weighs 11lbs and is easy to drill with. I have some neck issues and the weight savings and ease of use make it the absolute best option for me. I love it, and with 2 batteries, I can drill as much as I have ever needed to for a day - even in thick ice.

My $0.02

Posted on: Yesterday 18:07:31
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Re: Snowmobile Electrical Problem
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My first thoughts with any 12v system is a bad GROUND. Burnt bulbs or a fuse(s)could be it, but bad grounds cause more issues on 12v systems than any other issue. Usually, from my limited experience, grounding, fuses, and bulbs are the main suspects (and bad grounds account for 75% of those......


SL

Posted on: 12/13 23:59:22
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Re: Wolf Experience
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Quote:

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jwilly wrote:
S.S.S. Shoot, shovel, shut up.


So you are in favor of poaching?


I am not in favor of poaching.

Shooting protected animals that are an overpopulated menace that are controlled by feds that have ZERO clues about their situation, ....... I do not consider that poaching. Although I am so fearful of felonies that I would be fearful of shooting one..... but I wouldn’t call the warden if I knew someone else blasted one....

Heck....I would buy them a beer!

There are too many of them.

Posted on: 12/8 19:50:40
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Re: Live update
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Keep the reports coming! And if you can fit it into your hectic schedule, have a nice refreshment for me as well!

Posted on: 11/29 18:07:25
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auger
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auger for sale

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Posted on: 11/27 16:57:46
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Re: Trapping season beginning
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Awesome! I love to trap. I no longer post pics or reports of catches due to the softies, but rest assured, there are still some of us toe pinchers around. I will end my season this week due to deer season(and the dang snow). Tallly should be 3 fox and 4 yotes (and 2 released cats-nice mouse eaters) ....unless an unlucky doggy digs a set up under this snow........ I am done for the yr.


SL

Posted on: 10/27 22:37:00
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Re: More Canadian Bacon
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Looking great! I tried your recipe a few yrs ago, and it was the last time I ever purchased Canadian bacon. Been making it ever since. It's way better, and a fraction of the cost.

Posted on: 10/10 17:27:08
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Re: Grouse on public land
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IMO, drumming counts are only a SMALL portion of the puzzle. Spring nesting conditions are the #1 determinant of fall huntable populations. Grouse have 10-12 egg nests...... good conditions = lots of birds.

Yes, there are trends/cycles/drumming counts, but overall, I do not believe there is a more significant factor than spring nesting conditions. (Plus clear cut logging practices.....damn the selective cut mindset up north!!!!!).

We didn't have a great spring.

Posted on: 9/29 21:46:56
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Re: Lake trout
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I shoot for about 180 in my smoker and pull them at about 140 internal temp(usually 4 hra). Add some lightly sprinkled brown sugar to the top about an hour before they are done. Call me when done an i can verify their quality.....

Posted on: 9/11 21:54:42
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Smoked lake trout
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Smiked up about 15-20 lbs of lke trout.

12 hrs in a brown sugar/salt/garlic/onion/lemon brine. 4 hrs on smoker @185 deg woth alder smoke. Finish at 210 deg for 1/2 hr.

Mmmm mmm tasty.

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Posted on: 9/3 14:46:23
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