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Re: License fee's
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Small game license drops to $13.50 if you are 65 or older
Looks like you don't need a state waterfowl stamp anymore, but you don't get a break on the fishing license until you are over 89.

Posted on: 3/15 12:43:06
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Re: Need a new fishing licence after today
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Saved myself a little cash this year and purchased the Super Sports license! One stop and I am good to go for everything except a federal waterfowl stamp

Posted on: 3/1 14:58:31
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Re: Auger Extensions
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The 9561 is designed for the drill plate, so yes, essentially for hand augers.

Posted on: 2/6 18:25:25
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Re: Thanks Navionics!
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nofishfisherman wrote:
I've heard more and more reports from around the state about walleye being caught shallower than would normally be expected. Not sure if its just a coincidence or if there is something causing it.

Also don't get too hung up on the depth shown by navionics or any mapping chip. There are a lot of reasons why the depth isn't all that accurate but it does work great for getting you close to the structure so you can be more efficient with your hole drilling.


I think a big part of this is lack of snow depth allowing weeds to stay greener longer, keeping the baitfish shallow

Posted on: 1/29 11:48:40
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Re: Jumbos
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If you want to get them out in a sleeper with good perch and walleye, I would contact Matt Breuer of Northcountry Guide Service: http://www.northcountryguides.com/

Posted on: 1/29 10:16:55
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Re: Clam auger conversion Kit
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orandausa wrote:
I would just ditch the gas auger. A friend had one and never could get that one to run right.

I like the hand drill and bit method. then you have a really nice drill you can use 12 months per year.

My bro in law has the clam adapter. I don't care for how the drill attaches. I have seen a simple one piece adapter for use with a hand auger. http://www.cabelas.com/product/STRIKEMASTER-ELECTRIC-ICE-DRILL-ADAPTER/1839634.uts?productVariantId=3927256&WT.tsrc=PPC&WT.mc_id=GoogleProductAds&WT.z_mc_id1=03948652&rid=20&gclid=CjwKCAiA-KzSBRAnEiwAkmQ151-EBoAw7chS-yXMz6NxtMnLnFEjiMTSG0g11IJx8L77vEzwnkWkqBoCBuQQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds


I had one of these attachments originally, but was always fearful i would lose my bit down the hole. I upgraded to the Clam drill plate this year and really like it's ease of use, but am picking up the extension this weekend (it really is needed!). Not sure how well it will work later in the season with how many holes I tend to drill, but I always have a gas backup if I need it.

Posted on: 1/3 9:44:54
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Re: Naifc championship
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Fished in what I believe was the very first championship back in 2008. It is very much like their regular tournaments except it is 2 days, so you can make adjustments after day 1 if needed. Just know that if you do well on day 1, there will be plenty of guys who will just follow you out on day 2, so have plenty of backup spots to visit.

Posted on: 2017/12/8 12:23
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Re: If You Like To Eat Northern Pike...
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Jmnhunter wrote:
Now if they do something similar to weed out the bass under 14"


I think they taste pretty good through the ice!

Posted on: 2017/12/8 12:14
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Re: Crazy weather
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Got pretty crazy up here last night. They closed all the schools at noon, and pulled all the plows off the roads at 3pm!

Posted on: 2017/12/5 13:28
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Re: Ice Fishing clothing/suits. Worth it?
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I have an arctic Armor suit and love it, but if you are looking to save a few bucks and don't always want to wear a set of bibs while on the ice, Duluth trading has some really nice fleece-lined Dry on the Fly pants. I probably wear them 90% of the time I am on the ice now as they are much more comfortable than bibs.

Posted on: 2017/12/4 10:07
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