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Re: LSF page slow to load?
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It is sad. I know this question will probably get the thread locked, but whatever did happen to Mike? I guess I'm out of the loop.

Posted on: 3/16 19:17:36
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Re: Trolling gear
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Still for sale?

Posted on: 3/12 19:15:27
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Re: First time Fred's beds
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We stayed with Nels a few weeks ago. I would without a doubt bring a generator or rent one, I think it was 30/day. The houses get too dark with just the gas lights. We brought a coffee pot and it sure was nice to brew a pot in the morning. Bring some dvd's, there's a small tv/dvd player already in the houses.

We got absolutely nothing at night and we set all lines down at different depths.

Every night we drove into the resort for dinner, which was nice. Bring a little fan to circulate the air...without it, top bunk is on fire and freezing on the bottom.

Nels provides fatheads, so stop and get some different meat if you want.

Posted on: 3/2 20:03:24
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Re: Lund Impact 1775
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I think that every boat manufacturer has had some sort of issues in one way or the other, no avoiding that. The important part is how your dealer covers these issues.

My 1875 has spent most of it's life on Mille lacs. I've ran it hard and been in some big waves, never felt unsafe. I did a lot of research on this boat before I bought it and I'm still very happy with it. The layout and space is impressive. A buddy of mine bought a new Skeeter 1910 last year and took just as much spray as I did in rough waters, learning how to drive your boat is what makes the difference.

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Posted on: 2/8 9:05:58
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Re: Lund Impact 1775
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I have a 1875 with 150 Merc F/S. Can't say enough good things about the boat. I'm going on three years now and have put it through a lot.

Posted on: 2/7 14:00:14
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Re: Mud or gravel
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Wow! Nice to see that big perch, nice job.

Posted on: 2/4 16:39:44
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Re: 1/27 - 1/29 Report
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I believe that jig is from PK Lures. Used one on LOTW this last weekend.

Posted on: 2/2 13:48:16
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Re: Fred's Beds Jan 5-8
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Just got back, here's a quick report. First of all, Nels is a super nice guy and he runs a really great operation. We were set up 3 miles out in 28FOW.

Fishing: Slooooowwwww. 4 guys, 3.5 days of fishing, total of 114 fish. Brought home 28 walleyes/saugers, nothing over 16. Lots and lots of fish from 6-12 inches. Couple of tullibees, no perch or northerns or burbot. Lots of lookers with only a short window in the morning after 9am and then usually a flurry from about 3-4pm. Nels did pull a house in shallow and we fished that one night from 2-6 and caught 6 walleyes, if we marked em, we caught em.

Fishhouse: House was ok...bunks were very uncomfortable which made for a rough night of sleep. We were in an older house, not one of the newer ones. It was nice to be able to wake up and get right to it, but there was zero night bite and nothing showing up on my Marcum until after 9am.

I personally won't stay in another sleeper on LOTW, just not my thing on this lake...it's nice to get off the lake and take a shower, definitely not missing any type of fishing overnight. Again, this is just my opinion. If people are into the sleeper thing, Nels is absolutely the guy to go to.

Overall, we had a great trip. lots of laughs and a few fish to boot.

Posted on: 2/2 7:22:05
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Re: Fred's Beds Jan 5-8
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Heading up to Freds Beds in the morning until Wednesday. I'll be sure to post a report when I get back.

Posted on: 1/27 22:09:06
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Re: 1-18 evening
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Resort on the south west corner?

Posted on: 1/18 22:31:14
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