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Re: Really?
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Yep it's sickening...Have been picking up garbage all season...Same goes with some of the wma's before there was ice it's absolutely pathetic when someone that calls themselves a hunter can't carry out water bottles and candy wrapper's it's B.S and its not just once in a while either it's been a regular occurrence this with the rise of the squirrel hunters in the area.....

Posted on: 2016/12/26 9:12
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Re: Are gas augers obsolete?
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I ran a ion one day...it will be the last time I drill out rentals relying on anything electric ever!...if u just fish one area it b ok but for me to make a switch they gonna have to make the batteries last about 10 times longer then what they do...with electric the ice has to b thin or u won't be drilling and searching all day long that's for sure...too me electric don't even exist wouldn't even think of switching from propane or gas

Posted on: 2016/10/20 8:18
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Re: smart stop bobber stop
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I've tried one or two kinds and I came to the conclusion that there is nothing better than the good old string stops thinner the string the better (some companies r lost on this concept)..my suggestion is find a string u like and start tying your own easy to do with a little research some string and some straws...that way I never have to b aggravated at a company that doesn't know what they're doing lol

Posted on: 2016/9/25 9:38
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Re: Baffin Artic Boot
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Depends on where u get the mucks I bought a pair of artic pros last winter...$165 everyday price

Posted on: 2016/9/7 11:20
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Re: how to avoid sunnies swallowing hook
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Use artificials....not so many little ones to deal with and not having to rebait after every bite

Posted on: 2016/8/25 9:08
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Re: Grand View Lodge
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Gull can be tough go at times...either use electronics and find fish deep with redtails and deep I mean out to 50-60 fow at times...or cover as much water as possible on the weedlines 15-21 fow some patches will hold everything when others will hold nothing...when u find bass and pike the walleyes are close by 90% of the time on gull...run and gun pick a bunch of spots and fish em all! Chance's are where u found em yesterday u aren't gonna find em today!!

Posted on: 2016/8/20 12:38
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Re: Pike Spear House question
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I like my hole cover to be attached to the top of the spear hole by a hinge so when a big fish gets slid out of the hole and onto floor u can kick the cover to close hole quick....I've had a couple oh sh*t moments with decent fish coming topside

Posted on: 2016/8/15 17:41
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Re: "THE END OF AN ERA"
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outdoorsdan wrote:
anyone got a pickled muskie recipe handy?



They aren't bad smoked (only because I don't get into pickled fish)

Posted on: 2016/7/27 18:05
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Re: "THE END OF AN ERA"
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TW wrote:
Look at the percentage of anglers that fish walleye's compared to the percentage that fish muskies then the cost of each to stock....the amount of money it takes to stock a fish that such a small percentage of licensed anglers target is crazy when everyone has to pay for them


Minnesota's Managed Muskellunge Waters

How many bodies of water does DNR manage for Muskellunge?
The MNDNR manages about 4,285 lakes and rivers, or "waters", (excluding lake Superior) for fishing totaling 2,285,978 surface acres. Muskellunge are actively managed, as identified in individual Lake Management Plans, in 99 waters covering a total of 480,153 surface acres. Muskellunge waters comprise 2.3% of the total number of waters and 21.0% of the total surface acres managed for fishing.

I'd venture to guess that more than 2.3% of licensed anglers target muskies at least once a year. Also, I'd be willing to bet that more money has been spent on Mille Lacs this past year than all of the combined muskie stocking in the last 10 years.


I was always one that said fill in mille lacs and make the world's largest parking lot!!!!!! ...cost per fish for a mushky to get stocked for only small chance to survive to be an adult for such a small percentage of anglers....stock em everywhere but deregulate them!!

Posted on: 2016/7/27 17:51
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Re: "THE END OF AN ERA"
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Look at the percentage of anglers that fish walleye's compared to the percentage that fish muskies then the cost of each to stock....the amount of money it takes to stock a fish that such a small percentage of licensed anglers target is crazy when everyone has to pay for them

Posted on: 2016/7/27 12:29
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