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Re: Ice thickness?
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11/23/2009
From Coon Rapids
Posts: 98
I went out of Rock Reef last Sunday. Appeared they were letting about anything out. We drove out to the farthest hump (about 2 miles id guess) and got away from the zoo and did well. My son's buddy was up there yesterday and caught 9 walleyes and 9 stinkers, at last check. Go to there Rocky Reef website and read the Rockman's ice condition/report. Looks like he's planning to plow roads to Indian point & Shermans this week. We found 14-15 inches of ice. Hope that helps.

Posted on: 1/3 9:49:00
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Re: 12v Lithium Battery charging (stupid question)
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11/23/2009
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Thanks Dew... Ordered the Bike charger from the link you attached.

Posted on: 2018/12/27 12:27
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12v Lithium Battery charging (stupid question)
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11/23/2009
From Coon Rapids
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A really stilly/stupid question. Almost hate to ask. I bought a 12v 10ah Lithium battery from a guy selling them on LSF last spring. So what's the correct charger to buy for this battery? Did some research on thee ole internet an just become more confused the more I looked. Appreciate any guidance. thanks JohnnyM

Posted on: 2018/12/26 22:34
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Re: ISO Quality Hand Fillet Knife
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11/23/2009
From Coon Rapids
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I like my Cutco filet knife. adjustable length and has stayed sharp for 3+ years. A year ago I was bored watching infomercials and came across the "Work Sharp" knife sharper. Looked great on TV and for $69.99 decided why not. WOW what a purchase. For those who haven't seen one, it's basically a mini-belt sander for knives. Even a putz like me can sharpen knives sharp enough to shave the hair off my arm. I've let a couple buddies try it, then bought one. Great for hunting knives as well. Planning to buy 2 this X-mas for presents. JohnnyM

Posted on: 2018/12/10 12:13
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Re: Opener, Who Is going up and what area
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11/23/2009
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Aaaaah... Finally the true X-mas eve... Hunting 241 in the Verndale area.... Good luck fellow LSF'rs... And for petes sakes, please post some stories.... There's still a few here just "Jonesing" for a good story... Stay safe (and dry).. JohnnyM

Posted on: 2018/11/2 8:19
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Re: Food Plots
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11/23/2009
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FYI: Last weekend Costco had 6-7ft apple trees - including Honeycrisp for 21.99. Some were flowering. A little expensive for food plots, but it sure makes the neighbors happy in the fall.

Posted on: 2018/5/16 11:20
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Re: How's the bite?
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11/23/2009
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3 guys fished from Thursday 5pm to Sat noon. Got 19, missed/lost just as many. Odd bite. Caught nothing Thursday until 7:30 and caught 3-4 before quitting around midnight. Nothing overnight and through prime morning hours on Friday. About 9:30am Friday fishing picked up and we caught fish throughout the day. Up to 18 by 4PM, then nothing until 10:30am Saturday, then pick up a nice 17.5 to end it. Most fish were 14-17 inches with a nice 18.5. Friday night and until 10:30 Saturday we caught the fish jigging, then dead stick after that on a green demon and fathead. All fish we cleaned were males. No perch or Pike. Went out of the south and went 10.5 miles to the north shore in 12-13ft of water. Heard it was slow, but call the trip a success. Note to self: A Jamison nightcap (good idea), a second (is dicey at best), a 3rd is just plain STUPID....

Posted on: 2018/2/11 21:20
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Re: Hummingbird ICE 55
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11/23/2009
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I work Sat. for sure. Hopefully not Sunday, or only a half day. If you don't find anyone else, I'll try to make the run to RUSH. I'm assuming the testing period will take a couple hours of quality diagnostics (fishing)..

Posted on: 2017/1/12 15:08
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Re: Hummingbird ICE 55
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11/23/2009
From Coon Rapids
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This probably isn't your problem, but try rubbing the transducer under water to get rid of the air bubbles from when you put it in. I have a ICE 45 & 55 and knocking the air bubbles off can sometimes make a HUGE difference. good luck.

Posted on: 2017/1/9 14:47
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Re: Ion battery life
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11/23/2009
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My brother just got a K-Drill for X-mas. Crushed 17 inches of ice on Red Lake last week. He was drilling holes because it was so fun. It also has a nice floaty built in, in case it comes loose and falls in the hole. Super light weight. Joes sporting goods had the best price before christmas.

Posted on: 2017/1/2 21:02
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