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sachem longrifle

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sachem longrifle    0
sachem longrifle

What boat does everyone here have and were do you like to fish? I have a 16.5 foot navigator. I love to fish the st louis river, Rainy river near LOTW, the reservoiurs near duluth, and Lake Superior if it aint real windy. others?

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yukon    0
yukon

I have two boats and canoes. Main boat is alumacraft trophy 170 other is a 16 ft with 25 for bw lakes. Like to fish as many different lakes as I can. Mostly within 50 miles.

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Northlander    72
Northlander

17' Lund Explorer with a 115 Yamaha 4 stroke. Ya know I fish the river and Lake Superior and all the local lakes. I also like LOW, Rainy Lake, Rainy River, Gunflint trail, Mil Lacs, Canada, Winni and Red. My boat isnt the biggest or fastest but it does well at all these places as long as Im not dumb and go out in or get caught in bad conditions.

I fished Island tonight and its WAY low. I could barely get the boat off the rolers at the dam landing. Did get 5 eyes, 2 pike and 2 perch. I think I missed a few crappies but didnt catch any.

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Wade Joseph    0
Wade Joseph

16' Mirrocraft troller xl with 75 Ficht Evindrude. Got two downriggers on the back for those nice days on the big pond, otherwise, I'll fish pretty much wherever and whenever I can.

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Tom Linderholm    0
Tom Linderholm

1991 22'6" Crestliner Sabre w/ a 2006 200HP Yamaha VMAZ (boat is currently under reconstruction due to some transmom issues)

Spend most of my days on the St. Louis River & Lake Superior. Also can be found on Fish, Island, and Lake Nebagamon.

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caseymcq    0
caseymcq

I have an Alumacraft Navigator 175 with a 75 Hp Yammy 4-stroke. It spends a lot of time out on Vermillion and Birch Lake. Some on Mille Lacs and this summer it made its first trip to Canada to fish Lower Manitou. It is good to see the Alumacraft guys on here, especially another Navigator guy.

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Hone Eye 1    0
Hone Eye 1

19 ft Monark 115 4stroke Merc. 3 years old its only been on Superior. Launch out of Loonsfoot.

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Fishing Junky    0
Fishing Junky

2004 Alumacraft Lunker w/25 4-stroke Yamaha w/ptt. My BWCA Sag boat. I fish the river and an area pothole lake. Sag is my main target though. Junky.....

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LoonASea    38
LoonASea

16Ft Lund Explorer Honda 50 tiller ,,,Yellow Lake near Webster, Rainy, Vermilion and all the local rivers and lakes near Duluth

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chaser    0
chaser

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sachem longrifle    0
sachem longrifle

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I have an Alumacraft Navigator 175 with a 75 Hp Yammy 4-stroke. It spends a lot of time out on Vermillion and Birch Lake. Some on Mille Lacs and this summer it made its first trip to Canada to fish Lower Manitou. It is good to see the Alumacraft guys on here, especially another Navigator guy.


yeah, i reallt like it. nice and wide. had it on lake Supeior today near the lester. One salmon

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wannabeinely    0
wannabeinely

98 14ft Northwood w/98 15hp Evinrude. It's been on Birch, Bear Island, Beltrami, and a few lakes down here by Big Lake/Monticello. Just hung up playing town team baseball after 17 years so maybe I'll have enough time to use it more than 4 times a year and justify getting something bigger. smile.gif Would like to get something like an Alumacraft Navigator, Crestliner Fish Hawk, or Lund Rebel or Explorer someday. It's good to dream right confused.gif

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Down Deep    0
Down Deep

I have a 99 Lund ProV 1800 with 150 Yamaha VMAX. Locally, I fish the St. Louis, Island, shore fish Superior and hit lots of the smaller lakes for bass and pan fish. My Minnesota outreach lakes are Vermillion, Rainy, Red and Basswood. I make about 5 trips to Canada each year. I finally made it to Alaska this year and already have the 2007 encore booked. Then there is ice..................

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Finns    25
Finns

16' Lowe w/25 hp Merc. Fish the Missouri River and Mozingo Lake.

Finns.

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ewirz    0
ewirz

I sport an '98 Alumacraft Tourny Pro 175 tiller with a 75 Merc 2 stroke. Love the boat. Nice and wide, handles some of the rougher water on Superior pretty good. I fish mostly on Superior, St. Louis river and local lakes around Duluth. It also goes to Vermilion, Rainy River, Canada (Souix Lookout area) and Leech Lake area.

ERW

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Surface Tension    265
Surface Tension

Grumman 17' aluminum canoe w/ optional sail rig, Alumacraft 17' aluminum canoe, Old Town kayak,

12' aluminum lake hoper boat, 21' pontoon w/ 25 hp Johnson. 14' plastic w/foam core beater boat, Snark sailboat, inflatable Cat, 16' aluminum boat /25 hp for BW lakes, 16' Troller /40 hp Merc,

18' Browning w/140 Mercruiser I/O, a couple 4 & 3.9 outboards and Autopilots bowmounts but I don't have a Belly boat,,,yet. DNR license Dept. Loves Me.

Where, anywhere between Twig and Canadian Border, never south of there.

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Xplorer    49
Xplorer

I'm on the water in a 2000 Lund 1700 ProSport with a 90 Honda.

Spend all my summer vacation time up on Kabetogama and Namakan, and also try to get in some local time on the river and Superior (never enough tho).

Will be out on sunday morning starting near the Lester, give a shout on 16 if anyone else is out in the area. I also spend quite a few days shore fishing chub lake with my 4 year old for anything that will bite a bobber and worm grin.gif

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Xplorer    49
Xplorer

Hey Casey,

How was the Lower 'tou? I have only ice fished it in the past, but would love to try it in spring or fall for trout. Did you launch off the cedar narrows road, and how hard was that drive on the boat. We had some close calls with the logging trucks in winter wink.gif Did you stay at Camp Manitou or just do a day trip?

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evntam    0
evntam

24 foot Starfire with 233HP mercruiser outdrive, equipped with 4 cannons, and a 25HP Johnson kicker (She goes to sleep tomorrow, by the way)

16ft Alumacraft Lunker V-16 with 25HP Johnson

17Ft Alumacraft canoe

Ok, I have three things that keep me "floating with a purpose". If that makes me a Captain, then ST must be an Admiral....or perhaps a Commodore...

Yes, ST, you need a second job for those renewal tabs. I bet you have other toys too, such as a sled, or an ATV as well, or perhaps even a fish house. Yep, the DNR loves you.

Maybe you should lobby the state for a "fee" rebate of some kind, or maybe some sort of bulk buyer's permit....

Ok, I'm done.

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ReelTimes    0
ReelTimes

Lund 21 foot fisherman and 250 hp mercrusier. Locally, mostly lake superior, St. Louis river, and reservoir lakes. Usually fish rainy once or twice a season, same with Winnie, Mille Lacs a few times, canada 2-3 times, and Lake Michigan 1-2 times.

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moderation    1
moderation

I have a Lund 1800 fisherman with 150 Yamaha 4-stroke & 8hp kicker. Mostly Kabetogama, some Lake Superior, some Canada. Hopefully get to Mille Lacs and Lake of the Woods next year.

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elevatorguy    0
elevatorguy

I have an 1800 Fisherman with a 150 Yammmy 2-stroke and a T-8 Kicker. And it has 2 Big Jon downriggers and hoping to add 2 more this next spring. I fish mainly Lake Superior and the River. Also get out on Boulder and Fish occasionally. Someday I would like to make a trip to LOW and maybe Mille Lacs.

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sachem longrifle    0
sachem longrifle

Sounds like you and moderation shop at the same place laugh.gif

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Northlander    72
Northlander

elevator guy was that you that I wved to on Mesabi yesterday?

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elevatorguy    0
elevatorguy

As a matter of fact of it was me. I was wondering if you would recognize me.

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