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Re: Dead Stick vs Jigging
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Envious Sundie...

I have the greatest luck with weather. Last 3 trips have been cold front fishing. Last year was -25 when we got in the truck to go fishing and i think the high I have seen when up there is 0.

Posted on: 2019/12/17 21:00
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Re: Dead Stick vs Jigging
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I probably should be a dork and take a log too. Think you are smart for tracking that.

I have bounced around a bit for our January trips so location may contribute some. We have done the south end, then the angle, then back to south end and last year the west side.

We have had days where jigging produced the most then others that plain hook under bobber was best. Last year the hands down favorite was a gold back with pink/white front GEMNEYE under a bobber.

I think it varies on person too. I routinely watch NCOR Fishing videos on Facebook. He is a retired radio personality that guides up there now. Has great videos on his Facebook page. Anyway his video the other day talked about down sizing and his preferred method is light movement on his jigs. Check out his videos they are entertaining and insightful.

Posted on: 2019/12/17 16:57
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Re: Any ice forming on Mille Lacs?
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If you have Facebook Red Door posted a report/video the other day. In a nutshell they went out like 50 yards on ice that had been there for several weeks. Found 2 inches of ice under 10 inches of snow. They are going no further until we get good cold temps for a while.

Have seen reports that the south end bays have had some people going out. Don't know if this is through a resort or just guys going out on their own.

Posted on: 2019/12/5 10:59
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Re: Weekend Trip
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Looks like you had a fun time.

Posted on: 2019/8/6 17:33
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Re: Separation Lake
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IM's not being shown in sent items. Let me know if you got the message.

Posted on: 2019/7/22 19:01
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Re: Separation Lake
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PM sent.

Posted on: 2019/7/22 13:32
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Re: Tow Vehicle Likes/Dislikes pulling a 8x16 ice house
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I have the 2017 F150 with a the 3.5L Ecoboost and love it. I pull an 1850 Lund Impact with a 150 on it. When going down the highway at 55 mph and want to pass someone it downshifts and takes right off.

Yesterday pulling it back from the lake I got around 17 MPG. That was doing about 35 miles at 60MPH and 80 miles at 70MPH. It drops off if you push the speed to 75-80.

Best part about it is the mileage it gets when not towing. Put 1100 miles on it for our Canada trip and got over 23 MPG.

Posted on: 2019/7/8 22:01
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Re: Need some advice on new graph
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I run a HDS-7 on my own boat and like it. I bought the side scan and may just be me but I have not found it as useful as I thought I would.

On our Canada trip this year the boat had a Hook 7 on it. GPS and down imaging. For what I wanted it to do it was great. In fact we were anchored at one point and I was jigging under it just like ice fishing watching the fish come up and hit the jig.

In my opinion the lower end units probably meet the needs of the bulk of the regular fisherman.

Posted on: 2019/7/8 15:11
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Re: Buying a foreclosed house
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We bought a foreclosed house 12 years ago. This one was owned by a bank in FL and listed with a realtor. I think we got a decent deal on it but was not a steal like you see on some of the Sheriff's auctions.

You have to do a little extra work and ask the right questions. Like leans on the property and other legal stuff.

Ours had been vacant for over a year so taking ownership was not a concern.

Posted on: 2019/5/1 15:58
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Re: Turkey season
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Headed down to Winona area tomorrow for my 13 year old to hunt for a couple days. First time down in this part of the state. Land owner reports seeing turkeys all the time so we are optimistic.

Posted on: 2019/4/18 18:06
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