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Re: DIY KISS Leader Caddy
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I make my own rigs and have found the kid's swim noodles cut to length work really well also. I use a small nail/brad to keep them secured.

Posted on: 5/23 12:48:10
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Re: Canada Bound
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Jealous. Where is your ultimate destination?

Posted on: 5/19 10:01:08
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Re: Opener results
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Isn't it contradictory to ridicule the DNR's survey methods, the bands counts towards their quota and then suggest we do not report our results? Poor decisions are made without accurate information. I think the more data the better.

Posted on: 5/17 12:41:34
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Re: Tonka Opener
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We tried jigs & fatheads in deeper water for the first 2 hours on multiple spots but eventually found them around a shallow rock/sand point using silver/black CD11 rapalas.

Posted on: 5/16 10:48:13
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Tonka Opener
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My son & I had a blast Saturday 12:01 a.m.- 3:00 a.m. it took us a couple hours to find them but eventually we did! kept three & threw another tanker back. I need to find a bankers bite, getting too old for this!

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Posted on: 5/15 9:29:16
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Re: OPENER!
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Midnight & just off shore.

Posted on: 5/12 10:43:21
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Re: Steelhead and Loopers
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We just got back from a few days up near the Temperance River. I spent a few hours at the mouth fishing with spawn bags but had no luck. Then we went back to our cabin that is about 1/4 mile west of the river. I casted out a Cleo at 6:30 PM and it was game on. It's almost as the lure landed in this giant's mouth. I had 6 lb test and would up fighting this thing for 90 minutes. Than in an instant it was as if someone cut my line with a razor- ping, gone. All I wanted was to see it- this was hands down the largest fish I have ever had on my line, it would make long runs left, right and out from shore. I never got it closer than ~60 feet. We are thinking it was a big lake trout but again, I'm a novice and clearly was not prepared for whatever that was!

Posted on: 5/8 12:57:58
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Shore fishing near Temperance River
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I'll be honest- I'm clueless when it comes to this type of fishing. It looks like we are staying in a cabin for a few days within the next few weeks about 1/4 mile south of the river. They have their own beach & I'm wondering if it's worth throwing out a line. I've seen guys fishing right in the mouths of the north shore rivers but wondering if trout migrate through the shallows outside of them. If so, how would you fish for them?

Posted on: 4/28 14:01:58
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Re: Seasoning a Cast Iron Skillet
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Word from the not so wise- I once brought my grandfathers pan to Canada & one of the crew left the plastic spatula in with the potatoes with the heat on. It melted into the pan. I thought it was destroyed but after boiling water in it and treating it with oil dozens of times it's back to normal.

Our Traeger came last week and I've used this skillet for scallop/seafood & it works great!

Posted on: 4/26 9:49:43
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Re: Docks - JB Lund vs Floe
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My parents neighbors have a floe dock with a large section on the end with a built in table/chairs, a stairway into the lake & racks for their kayaks, all the accessories. They are able to install it themselves each year which is impressive because they are in their 50-60s. A really nice feature is it's ability to be raised or lowered with an electric drill- I'm pretty sure the main dock sections are 4 feet and covered with a brown finish. I'm not familiar with the other one you mention but the Floe is something else!

Posted on: 4/11 14:06:44
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