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Any reports for Stcroix area lakes?
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looking any ice reports from wappogaset, up to bone lake. was thinking balsam, maybe loveless or long. My brother is gonna fish wisc for the first time. Any ideas are good, thanks.

Posted on: 2011/12/15 11:45
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Re: 2010 Bassmaster Classic
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03/16/2008
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Faircloth and Kriet did an awsome job aswell! Its hard to beat KVD when he's on a good crainkbait bite on a lake he knows and likes to fish. A very good day three, that's for sure!

Posted on: 2010/2/22 23:30
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Re: fish camera
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Thats interesting. I have one and have never experienced that problem.
Mine is for sale.......

Posted on: 2010/2/15 21:46
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Re: ign switch on 99 chevy malibu
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Is the problem that the car wont start, and you need to let it sit for 10 min and let the theft system flash?
Its not the ingnition switch. One of my mechanic friends said it has to do with a toggle or moving part in the key tumbler part of the ignition. Im unsure if you have to replace it, or file it, or something. Because it doesnt make the proper connection, the computer acts like its being stollen.

Posted on: 2009/12/10 19:22
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Re: Big Salt Water Cat Fish
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My girlfriend and I were down in the Everglades National Park, and did some fishing and she caught a a saltwater cat that had a silver, almost chrome body, and had vertical bars on the side. Very cool to see.

Posted on: 2009/11/29 14:16
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MNDNR, and Insurance Companys holding hands.....
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...so this thought/idea/information comes from a couple mouths.
Reading a lot of the input from all the LSF hunters progress and or end of the deer season scores. Low amount of deer harvest seems to be across the table. The 5 deer limit in the past(8 yrs?) has something to do with that.
( please take this with a grain of salt, i"m not trying to start anything, but important if the info is true)
In the past 4 weeks, I have talked to people that have shared info that the DNR is hand in hand with the insurance companies to harvest a disclosed number of deer to bring the population down. Why? Because of the amount of drivers in MN, and the amount of deer in the state is causing the insurance companies lots of money because of deer hits in this state. Can anyone shed some light on this subject?? Since when is our wildlife, and hobbies, and traditions and payoff? Yeah, we have had some amazing hunts in the past, but the continuing of a over harvest because insurance crooks don't like deer? If there is any truth to this, that's B.S.!! If there is any agenda down at the Deer Classic, this should be top concern.
I hope this isn"t true, but if so, it needs to be exposed IMO.
Remember I can't say this is true, so just take it as is. Just concerned about the future of our deer and the future hunts for us.
Thank you.

Posted on: 2009/11/27 13:10
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Re: tip ups
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There are some unique and plain jane ways to set up a tip up for walleyes. To make it simple, swivel, 16" to 24" of floroucarbon line, splitshot and a hook of choice.
A way I tried out last year that was really effective was to put a silver, or gold blade 4" above the hook. Even a flat style, small jigging spoon that glows worked. Just something to try. If it doesn't work change it up! Good Luck out there!

Posted on: 2009/11/27 12:38
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Re: My Buffalo County Deer Kill on Video
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Very good work! Even better, beautiful buck as well!

Posted on: 2009/11/20 12:24
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Re: Big Change! Big Deal? Solo.......
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Man, that's some good stuff! Once again, Strikemaster out does competition again! Gotta love it! Go Big Lake!

Posted on: 2009/11/20 12:14
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Big Change! Big Deal? Solo.......
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Hello everyone! It's just around the corner!! Ice, ice, ice.
I know it's a little early, but what does anyone know about the new Solo engines? I did do some research on them, and just found sales type info on it. I'm always excited for new technology. I own a 2007 2hp 9" Strikemaster, and love it! I call it a hungry auger! As far as performance, has anyone watched this new auger work before the reveal of it this year? Is there a benefit, performance wise to have it? Efficiency, and emissions are the two big things for sure. Whatever it my be, I'm still sure it's going to be a hit. Go Strikemaster!

Posted on: 2009/11/19 12:45
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