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Re: Rock bars for eyes ....
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dirtysteve wrote:
Well thank you DNR for making the rules so easy to understand........


Translated, that means treble hooks on tip ups is legal now. I think this is the second or third year it has been legal.

Posted on: 2014/12/19 19:51
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Re: Late season tactics
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Food sources this time of year can be great. Still, don't overlook travel routes between doe bedding areas and feeding areas. Bucks will still be checking out the doe hang outs.

Calling can work; rattling and/or grunting, even this late in the season. However, 90% of the time, or more, I don't call, anytime during the season. The only exception is when I see a deer and need him to come closer. Then a couple gentle grunts usually does the trick.

Posted on: 2014/12/15 10:38
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Re: acouple weeks left
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I sat over the weekend. Not a single thing moving where I was; very quiet. Hopefully I can get out a couple more times before the end.

Nothing real promising on the cameras since rifle season either, that's a little disheartening.

Posted on: 2014/12/15 10:28
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Re: North metro crappies
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Nice! Yes, the fish with the vertical bars are white crappies. Been a while since I've caught any of them. Don't have them up by me.

Posted on: 2014/12/14 0:04
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Re: Well Pump Froze - Anyone set up a wifi temp probe before?
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My dad and my father in law both use the Lacrosse Alert products. I think they both have the same one but I'm not sure what model it is. This is the first winter my dad is using it but my FIL has had his for a couple of years now and really likes it. He is a real techy guy and does a crazy amount of research on the littlest things to be sure he gets just what he wants and he picked the Lacrosse. Seems to work really well.

I also have the log in for my dad's system, so I can also monitor via the web. Along with online monitoring, it will text and email his phone if the temp drops below a set temp.

Posted on: 2014/12/8 21:37
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Re: Tip ups for 'eyes
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Tip-ups for walleyes are a must for me. I always use tip-ups in a different depth, usually shallower, than where I am jigging.

I tend to use pretty much the same set up as everyone else: Heavy tip-up line to a 6 or 8 pound flourocarbon leader. Usually just use a colored hook (usually red) along with a glow bead. Shiners, suckers, or rainbows are what I normally use.

I, however, typically set mine a little higher off of the bottom. About the lowest I will go is about 2 feet off of the bottom. Usually about 3 feet off, and at times as much as 4 to 6 feet off bottom. Walleyes almost always feed "up" and when they are hunting they are rarely hugging bottom.

Posted on: 2014/12/8 15:15
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Re: Pelican lake ice Report
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Wow, pretty big difference between the north and south sides of the lake. With that much variance, I don't think I would drive my truck out there. From where I was, it looked like the lake froze, broke up, and re-froze a number of times. Except for the shard fields, the ice was very nice, clear, and hard though.

Posted on: 2014/12/8 13:09
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Re: Pelican lake ice Report
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I haven't checked the bay itself. There were a handful of guys fishing just out from the bay though, on the main lake.

Posted on: 2014/12/7 13:10
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Re: Record golden shiner???
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Looks like a goldy to me, and a nice one. Doesn't look like it has an adipose fin, so that would rule out cisco.

Fun catching those "odd" species.

Posted on: 2014/12/7 12:57
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Re: Let's Go Wild
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If we had consistent goaltending and PP we would be a top tier team, no doubt. Right now, we will be lucky to squeak into the playoffs again, I'm afraid. However, if we do get in, anything can happen.

Still very early though. Not even 30 games in.

Posted on: 2014/12/7 12:46
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