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Marcum LX7 on Bow?
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Gonna mount my LX-7 up by the trolling motor. Already have the open water transducer kit, but trying to figure out which mount I should put it on. Anyone with this setup that could give a recommendation? Would love to just bring it into the store and get some ideas, but the closest Cabela's is over an hour away and L&M is 45 minutes, so pretty limited to online and most don't mention the LX-7.

Posted on: 4/25 15:47:17
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Re: Map chips
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I really like my Navionics+ chip. It does update your maps, but it takes time as you have to upload the info to Navionics and then they adjust their maps based on all the data they receive.

Posted on: 4/13 8:49:43
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Re: Will there be enough ice for the Extravaganza?
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It was just announced that the Sheriff's Dept gave them the go-ahead

Posted on: 1/16 15:09:24
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Re: Dead Stick Rod
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The new Cold Snap CSAW rod is a pretty fantastic dead stick with a lot of backbone.

Posted on: 2019/12/12 16:09
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Re: Hub style shelters
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I love my Otter Lodge hub. We use it year round for camping and fishing. plenty of room for two people on a queen-sized cot with room for our gear, and it stays plenty warm with the insulated fabric and the buddy heater on low.

Posted on: 2019/12/12 13:14
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Re: Navionics app
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Sonar chart is a combination of everyone that runs the chip in their boats and updates it. The Navionics setting is generally the government maps or lakes that Navionics has actually mapped. So, on smaller or less popular lakes, the sonar chart is better.

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DanTongen wrote:
What is more accurate in your opinions the navionics setting or the sonar setting while using the app ?

Dan

Posted on: 2019/12/11 15:10
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Re: Navionics app
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I have the app on my phone, but also purchased the Navionics+ chip for my boat to make better maps of the lakes that I fish. I pull it out of my depthfinder and upload to Navionics and within a few weeks, the Sonar Chart on my phone also updates with new maps.

Posted on: 2019/12/10 11:58
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Re: pan fish rods
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tonkatom wrote:
I have no issue fishing any depth with the setup I use the tread simply winds on the spool but the bead stays near the bobber

I'm also a St Croix guy "best rods on earth"

Jordan, it appears you use a 8 foot rod for pan fishing ?


you other guys using rods that long for pan fish ?


I don't think I have a panfish rod under 7'6", and the one I reach for the most is a 11'er. I build all of mine on fly rod blanks and they are tremendous for casting as well as playing fish.

Posted on: 2019/9/4 11:02
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Re: Looking for shoreline fishing suggestions
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There is some fantastic fishing just south of the Lake Street bridge on the St Paul side. There is on-street parking just south of the bridge and trails that go up and down the shoreline. Some great smallmouth, northern, and catfish like to hang around near where the stormwater enters the river.

Posted on: 2019/8/16 9:45
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Whitefish, MT
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Heading out to Whitefish, MT over Labor Day weekend for a wedding. Anybody have any good recommendations for some public water fly fishing to hit in the area? Looking to catch a couple wild trout and would love to see if I could catch a grayling.

Posted on: 2019/8/6 17:38
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