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Bob Horn

Hey all Ice fisherman/women

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It's been a few months since ice out and this is just a reminder to charge those batteries on your flasher units. It's easy to forget. Have a safe summer. smile.gif

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thanks for the reminder

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Good Point Bob.

I've gottin in to doin it on the 4th of July.

Fireworks and flasher battery.

Sifty

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Dude, the flasher can be used year round! tongue.gif

Good luck,

Corey Bechtold

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Now if I could just remember where I put my charger!!

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While we're at it, might not hurt to run the auger for a few minutes, too...

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Run the auger on or around the first of every month. thanks for the reminder i have to find the flasher to give it a charge up, already did it once or twice this summer.

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I use my jellpacks all year!(lights,radio,TV)and my fish locators in the boat!But for those of you who dont,it is a good reminder! laugh.giflaugh.gif

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Cory, I just bought a boat 2 weeks ago and my transducers for the boat should be here by Friday. grin.gif

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Thanks for the good reminder/tip Bob. cool.gif

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