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      Fishing Minnesota had added a new menu item (see above) called Fishing Report Clubs. It's a way to keep the really good fishing reports coming and being shared only with those who also provide detailed fishing reports. We will only approve new members who request to join if they have already posted a recent fishing report in the area forum, associated with the Fishing Report Club area  you want to join. We are going to limit the number of regular memberships, in the Fishing Report Clubs, to the top 20  members in each Club, to those with the best frequency and quality fishing reports provided in the club and less so in the regular fishing report forum open to all members. The higher quality fishing report reserved for the club of course. If  you want fishing reports  around your area, I would Join Now, some of the clubs are starting to fill fast. Use the Fishing Reports Club link in the Menu above (after you've posted a fishing report in the regular area forum) and request to Join.
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deerdragger

*SOLD* 14' Lund (flat floor), custom duckblinds, 20HP w/trailer *SOLD*

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14' Deep/Wide Lund with custom flat floor. The floor was installed 2 years ago - the quality and craftsmanship exceeds factory. Poured foam under sublfloor for flotation and stability, casting platform w/ battery box and dry storage hatch in bow. Carpeted brown. 3 pedestal seats (4 seat locations). Dry storage hatch in stern. Navigation lights and multiple interior lights make untangling decoys and night trolling much, much easier.

Minnkota 42# thrust trolling motor w/ Maximizer. Deep Cycle trolling battery (1 1/2 years old). Rod-Savers. 2 rod holders (3 mounting locations). Heavy duty boat cover. Automatic bilge pump. Lawrance graph (older X-4) that works fine. Fresh paint (duck brown) with new Lund Decals.

Custom made duck blinds that surround the boat and motor - made last fall.

Roller bed/tilting trailer w/ bearing buddies and spare tire.

1989 Johnson 20 HP motor. 100/1 gas to oil ratio. GREAT RUNNER. Always fogged/winterized. New plugs, newer gas tank.

I have owned this boat package for 10 years. It has been a great fishing rig and a duck hunting MACHINE. Always garaged (year-round). Doesn't leak a drop. I will hate myself for selling this boat, but can't afford to get into a larger fishing rig without letting 'er go.

You gotta see this boat. I can email photos. It's located in Grand Rapids. Delivery possible (I get to the Twin Cities regularly).

Boat license good until 2008. Lifetime registration on trailer.

$2500 takes it.

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deerdragger

I'm trying to figure out how to post a couple of photos on the ad...A guy really needs to see this set-up to appreciate it.

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got_wood14

Pictures please, I get to grand rapids weekly. Send pictures and I might be interested.

got_wood14@yahoo.com

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deerdragger

Got Wood - I'll fire off some photos to you first thing in the AM. (Dial up internet at home is not letting me do it tonight).

Any others need photos?

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Got Wood - photos have been sent.

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Any others out there want photos?

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Sergeant Slabber

I'll take some pix. please jnapaulsen@msn.com Thanks!

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deerdragger

Sgt Slabber - photos are on the way. Dang, I hate this dial-up internet. Takes FOREVER to send photos.

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deerdragger

Duck hunting is almost upon us - you've gotta see this rig. Price reduced $2250.

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deerdragger

EJ424 - photos have been sent.

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Sergeant Slabber

deerdragger...didn't recieve any photos. Can ya try again, thanks!!

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Sgt Slabber - I just sent them again. Email me if you didn't get them. deerdragger@excite.com

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EJ424 - Having problems emailing you - sure you got your address right?

Send me an email and I'll reply to w/ you the photos.

deerdragger@excite.com

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C'mon, guys - Duck season is almost upon us...This is an amazing hunting rig and has been my fishing rig for the past 10 years. Many, many a walleye hauled aboard pulling night-time cranks.

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    • gimruis
      Wait until open water season.  It was ranked #1 in the country for bass for a reason.  Its also ranked #6 in the nation for muskies too if you have enough patience to target them. A recent review of Mille Lacs was conducted by an independent Biologist from Lake Erie and found that what the DNR has done with that lake has been fair, accurate, and appropriate in terms of regulation/harvest/restrictions.  Course, some business owners might say otherwise but the science and data has been found to be true.
    • gimruis
      I did not draw an early season permit.  I may be able to snag a surplus season B, otherwise it will be a later season for me this spring.  The birds are getting SMART.  They have refused to listen to any calls and they are decoy shy so I haven't been using calls or decoys for a while now.  Rather, I just sit there and wait on a travel route and hope they walk within range (sort of like deer hunting I guess).  Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.  Scouting is obviously important.  What has also really helped is the use of Winchester Longbeard XR ammo.  I have harvested turkeys out to 60 yards with it in recent years.
    • monstermoose78
      Found out we will have up to 17 guns up for grabs. Plus all the of other prizes. That does not include the 3 guns in the 3 gun raffle. The 3 gun raffle tickets must be purchased before the banquet, so let me know if you need some they are 5 bucks each.
       
    • monstermoose78
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    • LoonASea
      I wonder if you would still need both on you if you have the lifetime licence 
    • Hoyt4
      It's go time, i pretty much have all my gear ready for end of March for NE. Our first hunt is archery only then I get to come home and get even with the pipe bomb. Good luck Wanderer once you get that first they just start to drop after that. Bow or shotgun they are a blast. Bisonguy, Scout scout scout. The more you know what the birds are doing and want to do will help. Being a better woodsman and knowing your land and what the birds are doing will put more birds in the dirt then great calling. Patience is another huge part of turkey hunting. I am 1st to want to start running and gunning and give up on a bird i've been working but over the years have got a lot better and just need to give some setups a chance before moving. Good luck be safe.
    • derbier122x
      Anyone have a chance to play with these yet? I'm thinking of getting one to add a second unit to my boat. I have a hook 5 already and it is decent for what I use it for. Also, if I stay with just the original hook series, anyone know if there is a way to make a copy of the lake chip?
    • BrianF
      Cliff is right. If the upper jaw extends past the lower jaw or lip (aka an underbite), then it’s a whitefish. If the lower lip is even with or extends past the upper lip, then it’s a Cisco.  This according to the DNR website. Cisco’s also seem to have an irredescent hue to them vs. whitefish, which in Lake V have a slight brown/yellow hue to them. Hard to explain in words. Bleeding fish...plenty of YouTube videos on how to do it.  I gill them. Leaves your fillets pearly white and creates way less blood and slime during the fillet process. Many say the fillet tastes better too. 
    • IceHawk
      First off welcome to the site ! Fish that area quite often and have seen some good flocks around there.  I would get out and do some glassing in the area , especially around some picked corn fields. Right now they are wintered up but will break  apart once spring gets closer. Maybe hit up a local bait store and ask around if anyone knows of a spot. Or look at the landowners list that received permits in that area. They legally have to grant permission to hunt there land but unfortunately a lot of landowners will tell you they are full even if there not  Good luck in your search. 
    • Bisonguy
      this will be my first time chasing Minnesota turkeys. Any tips on where to go around Lake Lida area? 
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