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Re: White oak skids
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Posts: 95
oslin lumber in mora has them as well they were cheaper than isle. when I helped build my buddies house I called fertile lumber they had them and I just had them deliver them when they were in the area. I bought everything to build my garage from them also as they beat everyone in the st cloud area by alot. so if you dont need them right away may be able to work something out with them

Posted on: 7/28 18:25:10
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Re: Shamineau
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haven't been up in 2 weeks but did ok the last week of June. caught walleyes and a few crappies, fished the toothy critters one night for about 6 hours a few lazy follows no takers.

Posted on: 7/17 21:51:13
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Re: Walleye bobber set up
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if you are looking for a dedicated bobber rod i would say the longer the better i run a 7'3" medium light when bobber fishing up there i just cant waste the space for a dedicated bobber rod. with the 7 3 i can rig or jig comfortably as well i even use it to pitch jigs with twister tails in the weeds

Posted on: 7/8 19:28:46
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Re: Muskie
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05/25/2008
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i fish them occasionally used to fish them a lot before i had my second kid. have only been up there once so far this year targeting them seen 3 but didnt land any one was probably 52 or more. still trying to get a 50 stuck on 49.75

Posted on: 6/30 15:32:20
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Re: Mille Lacs opener report
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05/25/2008
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nice fish and glad to some eelpout being caught. I believe they are a important food source for the other fish. I just got back from spending the weekend up there I did not go out at midnight but went out in the morning we picked up a few fish but nothing spectacular the first morning. Saturday evening we set up on the same spot I always do in12.5 feet of water and proceeded to boat over 70 walleyes for the 3 of us from 7 till 1030 with our 3 keepers and had to let keepers go 85 percent of the fish we caught were between 17.75 and 18.5 we did catch 2 that were between 11 and 12 and a few overs. Sunday evening was alot tougher we missed aton of fish they were just nipping it but we still managed about 40 with our 3 slots again all in all it was another fun opener on mille lacs

Posted on: 5/13 13:57:43
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Re: Spinning Reel
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05/25/2008
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shimano Sedona, or Sahara would also fit the bill. I have the presidents as well all 3 are good. I have a Sedona that gets used alot and I think its 7 years old with no issues

Posted on: 5/4 9:02:13
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Re: Ice Reels? What do you use?
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05/25/2008
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i just picked up a nascl 500 series shimano at a bass pro shops in georgia never seen one before but it sure feels smooth im going to give it a try on my ultralight for the season and if all goes well will put it on my powernoodle this winter couldnt pass it up for 59 bucks

Posted on: 4/5 18:27:04
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Re: Which Monofilament
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I have been using suffix elite the last couple years, but still always have a couple rods with trilene xl. i also got to try some kastking mono last year on a trip to sakawea and that was very good. I will be trying that one one of my jigging rods this year

Posted on: 3/9 22:46:02
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Re: Ice Reels? What do you use?
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i have 2 tica cetus 3 pflueger presidents 1 old daiwa supreme and a mixed bag of shimanos symetres and siennas.

Posted on: 3/7 18:40:40
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Re: Hello......hello........
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05/25/2008
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heres one of the mille lacs bug tornadoes.

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Posted on: 2/25 15:25:59
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