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Re: Bottom Bouncer Line
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10/2 powerpro or 10lb mono I mostly pull spinners behind bottom bouncers. What are you pulling behind the bottom bouncer?

Posted on: 2016/4/7 23:40
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Re: Do you need 2 anchors?
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I have a large size water spike that I use on most days. I also have a 35lb navy anchor that I use when mille lacs is really rolling. That anchor serves two purposes, 1, it holds my 2025 prov in sand, rocks and mud. 2, when I am bobber fishing, I only stay on a spot for 10 or 15 minutes if I don't get a bite so it isn't uncommon to drop and lift that thing up to 15 times in a day, it's a good workout. I also have a 20lb navy anchor for nice days panfishing. The 20 is always in the boat, the others I take as needed.

Posted on: 2016/4/7 23:32
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Re: Boat fuel additives how many do I need?
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My opinion, none. It can't hurt, but I don't think it is necessary and it is really expensive

Posted on: 2016/4/7 16:16
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Re: Ice out predictions
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"no live bait" isn't until opener. I do catch plenty walleye off my dock casting plastics and stick baits. I haven't seen any information on the dock slot, when it goes into effect and what the limit will be?

Posted on: 2016/4/7 9:09
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Re: Ice out predictions
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I hope it's out, I put my dock in today.

Posted on: 2016/4/7 0:52
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Re: Alumacraft Navigator Rod Holder Install?
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How wide is your gunwale? Will a track system work

Posted on: 2016/4/6 8:36
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Re: Wave Whakers??
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10/30/2008
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I have not seen any splash guards that "wrap" around the sides. Are you sure they weren't custom built in someone's garage? The big three are wavewacker's, whitecaps and walleye masters

Posted on: 2016/4/1 11:28
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Re: Ice out predictions
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White caps in cove bay. It looks like there is some piles starting along twilight road. I will be going for a drive in an hour or so and check things out

Posted on: 2016/4/1 10:16
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Re: Vexilar cust. service rocked!
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Mine is so old, it doesn't have a I.R. button. It has been rebuilt twice by vexilar, my mistake both times. You will have problems with your vexilar when it is unprotected, in a otter that is upside down going 60mph behind a snowmobile.

Posted on: 2016/2/16 7:55
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Re: clam out doors can kiss my butt
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I have been wearing guidewear for the last 8 to 10 years, I can't remember when I bought the set. Living on mille lacs lake, I do wear my gear often and it does get abused at times. When it needs replacement, it will be guidewear again. All or most outdoor clothing is made in china these days, even china has different grades of quality. Should the stitching have come apart, no. Does a little 1" or so seam that would take longer to find the sewing kit a d thread the needle than actually stich it up. $50,000 vehicles and boats have minor issues from time to time. Sell the coat on the classified adds and go buy a set of guidewear and don't look back. I have had good luck with Columbia also. I have a old Columbia parka from the late 80's and lost the hood. I called customer service and explained that all I wanted was a hood, any hood, it didn't have to match the camo pattern or the material. I was willing to pay for it along with shipping. Three days later, I received a hood in the mail, the snaps even lined up so I didn't have to rig it with Velcro. By the way, the vuy didn't charge me a thing, just said don't worry about it and have a good day. If clam isn't living up to your expectations, try a different brand.

Posted on: 2016/2/14 11:25
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