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Any good deals on Type 31 batteries?
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My TM batteries finally threw in the towel after 7 years of faithful service. Any good deals out there, in or close to the west metro, for FRESH type 31 batteries?

Posted on: 9/5 20:28:08
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Re: Review: Agency Bay Lodge
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Howdy Folks...

Just bringing my old post back around for a quick update.

This year's trip will be to Agency Bay... BUT... We'll be staying at Bayside. We took a tour last year. Liked what we saw so we booked for this year. Last week in August. I'll post a review when we get home.

Cabin update... We're still in contact with the owners and even spent July 4th with them. Great people!! And when the time comes... Good things come to those who wait...

Posted on: 7/16 23:13:46
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Re: Hiring Guides
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It's completely up to my clients. Is it expected? No. But it is appreciated.

I offer a few different formats for a day, or half day, on the water. From just a boat and operator... To a all inclusive day with everything provided including a mid day barbecue.

If the guide didn't pull his weight... Tip accordingly. But if the guide goes above and beyond... Tip accordingly.

Should / how much, do you tip your guide? Your call...

Posted on: 6/6 23:49:26
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Re: Fishing opener!
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On the pond... both clients and myself limited out. Many overs and a few unders. But those keepers sure tasted good. Got a little sporty in the afternoon but nothing the Pro-V couldn't handle.

The guys are enjoying a few barley pops at the fire. I'm cleaning up from today and getting ready for tomorrow. 0530 comes quick.

I normally avoid opener. But I'm glad I took this trip. Great people! Great times! Memories made!

Posted on: 5/11 23:54:38
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Re: Fishing Dumping
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Quote:

Bandersnatch wrote:
"Both Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe officials confirmed a Mille Lacs Band member or members harvested the fish with nets, filleted them and disposed of them on private property, which is within treaty rights."

Yeah....that makes it all okay.

(sigh)


So this "private property" was that of a band member? Or just someone's property within the ceded territories?

Posted on: 5/9 0:36:50
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Re: Springtime ritual
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Oral flea & tick for both pups. Little one got her first dose earlier this month. Older one gets her next, first of April. Then I'll be in sync with both and heartworm. Thanks for the reminder! It's been a while since I had two little ones to care for.

Posted on: 3/27 0:26:57
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Open water?
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Last year official ice out was May 4th... Are we on course for the same or similar? I'm thinking later due to the extra insulating snow. But how do we factor in the rain?

Your thoughts and predictions?

Posted on: 3/17 22:16:19
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Re: Crossing into Canada
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You can enter back into the US with an enhanced DL, I did it in October coming out of Manitoba into North Dakota.


CORRECT... passport or enhanced DL.

Posted on: 3/16 1:39:09
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Re: Crossing into Canada
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You do not need a passport to enter Canada. You need a passport to enter the US. As far as the DUI... No same or similar in 10 years you should be good to go. Call the Canadian consulate to be sure of the "laws of the day". Calling any border crossing office... Or DUI crossing services is a waste of time and money. Go straight to the source.

Posted on: 3/15 21:21:29
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Re: New Boat Options - HELP
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Bunk or roller... It just takes practice. I'm a roller guy for my 1875. Any longer or heavier, I'd go bunk.

Merc? Smartcraft no question. I know nothing of the Vesselview.

Rapid does a GREAT job rigging. I say let them have at it. If you find something out of place, they will make it right.

There is a kitchen sink option... But I didn't get it with my Pro-V and I'm not missing it. LOL!! Sounds like you're very well equipped.

Color? Your call.

Top... Mine came with the "standard" top. I added the factory front and side curtains. If you fish regardless of the weather.. Just do it. Or wait and see. There are quite a few shops that can fab up exactly what you need.

Posted on: 2/2 3:47:22
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