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Re: Rush Lake
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I got here about 11am. Broken dishwasher prevented me from coming up Friday night.

17" of ice under the perm.

Ice is pulling away from shore. About 3 inches of a gap.

I left here Monday at 3pm. I did not have to redrill holes.

I have some standing water around me. But my perm is a beast. I hope once I move my truck away from the house it gets better.

Lots of people out here. Several guys are doing remodel projects.

If you out on East Rush look for the tall perm on the north end of the village. As always look for Ole Glory out on the house.

Posted on: Ystrday 14:14:13
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Re: Rush Lake
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I will be there Sat. Hopefully I have a good report.

Posted on: 1/20 22:11:58
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Re: CrappieMagnet
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Quote:

1Yogi wrote:
Yeah, I helped for awhile, Hoagie and Schmitty had good concepts but the effectiveness was marginal. I went to School with CrappieMagnet, we have lost touch and was wondering if anyone had contact info.


Wow there are some names I not heard for awhile.

Posted on: 1/19 11:40:31
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Re: January Thaw~
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Anyone concerned with the warm temps and driving out this weekend?

Won't need shelters but not sure of 4 days of 24 hrs above freezing is going to leave strong enough ice.

What do you guys think?

Posted on: 1/18 11:34:51
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Re: Carb Help
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These guys will fix it or sell you the part.
http://www.drockicecenter.com/

There also seems to be a kinked gas line problem for those. Not sure if this applies to you without why the carb is recommended to be replaced.

The symptom:
was very difficult to start (with multiple cranks), and could only get it to idle roughly.

What was found:
noticed that fuel line between tank and carb was routed around a C-clamp to keep it out of the way of the primer bulb, and it seemed to have a kink around the bend.

Posted on: 1/17 22:01:51
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Re: Hummingbird ICE 55
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Firstly thanks to JohnnyM and Sourssinth for offering to help.

The bird never acted up this weekend. I used it Sat. - Monday and it never needed the gain to max. It was on 8 the whole time.

Got to fish with JohnnyM and nice to chat with you again Sourasinth.

So was it a bad battery? If so then was my trolling motor also to weak? Doesn't make sense.

Posted on: 1/17 15:25:20
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Re: What do you make of this deal? Auger/Shelter
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If you happen to have a drill already that will work with K-drill then it seems a no brainier.

My 2003 Eskimo Mako still runs perfect and starts by 2nd every time. Well there was that one day -14 when it sat in the truck all night....

Lots of deals on CL for used pop up hubs.

You might get close to that same $299 mark if that is your amin concern.

Posted on: 1/17 12:26:28
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Re: Jan 16 Report
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That is great when they are confident enough to try out their own ideas when learning new skills. Even better when they "discover" that idea works.

Love the smile. He looks like he is addicted. lol

Thanks for the great report. Good info.

Posted on: 1/17 10:23:26
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Re: Rush Lake
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Both Flickabirds and Rush Lake Resort charge $5 for a day lake access pass.

Posted on: 1/17 10:04:54
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Re: wheel house slush removal
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Quote:

Waterboy wrote:
Yes just slide the noodle down the shaft. The hole in the pool noodle I used was a little bigger than the shaft so I cinched it up with a cable tie. Noodle does not have to extend the full length, just big enough to achieve buoyancy of the mixer.

I have never had the mixer come out of the chuck but keep the noodle on just in case.


Here is my interpretation of this idea. It worked great. Just used what I already had in the garage. So it was kinda free.

I did not test the floating. I assume I do not need that much swim noodle.

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Posted on: 1/17 9:43:45
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