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SKEETER-B

13 PERMS on the Creamery pond In Luverne!

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This has got to be a record! It must be the gas prices? I just wish the fish would start biting a little bit better. I think Rock County needs a lake. Wounder if they would start delivering mail on the pond? It looks like shantyville! cool.gif

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123fish    0
123fish

Do they ever catch anything out of those sandpits on 75 south of town?

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tip-up king    0
tip-up king

Northern, crappie, perch, sunnies, bass.

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Wadinator    0
Wadinator

Are they getting any pike or crappies outta the creamery pond?

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Everything has been slow at the creamery, just started catching some small crappies the last few nights, no keepers but I have had some action. There has been some nice northerns caught out of there. Taking a night off will be back on thursday night. Hey TUK haven't seen at the pond for a while, working on the house or been fishing some where else?

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SKEETER-B

Caught about a four pound northern tonight heck of a fight but that was it, oh ya I guess some bottle bass. None the less it is still fun being on the hardwater.

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seanymph

Looking for recommendations for a portable ice house. I've checked the websites and am partial to the clams that fold over and have the bench seats..but I can't pull the trigger until I get some other opinions. Iv'e read about cracking windows and tearing seams and faulty zippers etc. etc. whats a good brand for SW MN ice fishing?

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wishing for walleyes    0
wishing for walleyes

Now is a great time to get a portable with season closeouts.Frabill has put velcro on their windows making them a snap to replace. If you fish alot during the below temps can you put up with dripping frosty ceilings.A suitcase style house with a floor will tend to make you not as portable.A flip over lets you move around way more.I have an eskimo lodge and it worked well for me.Even in below temps,but the ceiling got very frosty,I found myself not moving very often.The lodge will sit now because i bought me a frabill r2 tec model 300 flip over.Now i will be moving around alot.

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Top-o-the-line flip over would be Team Otter.

Clams & Frabills make decent flip overs and cabin styles.

Eskimos, Sharpells, Pak Shaks, etc.. seem to be of lesser quality but do the job too.

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Eric Wettschreck    0
Eric Wettschreck

I have an Otter Cabin and it rocks. It's a great one man or one adult and a kid house. If I were in the market for a porty Otter would definately be my first choice.

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If you got the money make the investment and get the X2 clam. Thats just my opinion but the times I have used it it has been great. Otter has a great set up as well, I went for long term investment. Have not heard that many bad things about the X2 other than it is a little heavy. I've pulled it by hand and it wasn't that bad as long as your not going a great distance. I have a wheeler to pull it when I want to run and gun, works great! Hope you find something that works for you, this will be the time to buy, good luck.

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I was checking out a some portables while I was in Scheels after work today and that new camo shack is cool! the price on it now is almost too good to pass up (499) same size and price as the the fishtrap yukon but 12lbs lighter and its camo. Who could ask for anything more?

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