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harvey lee

Ice season wish list

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What are all the items on your wish list.

Mine are

1-Marcum LX5-ordered. smile.gif

2-Drop wheel 18' fish house

3-Single man portable for the thin ice.My two man is too heavy to pull a long distance.

4-Early ice.

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early ice and then no warm up- just a good old fashioned winter-- one where you can leave the shack out a while without worrying that it will fall in

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You've got that right.Its been a few years since that happened.

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I will grin.gif settle for an lx-3

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HL, drop me an e-mail

boilerguy_1 at yahoo (Contact Us Please)

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boilerguy,shoot me a e-mail as I tried to send you one and it always gets sent back.

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[Please read forum policy before posting again.Thank-You]

Tim,please shoot me a e-mail as the one I sent to you was not deliverable.

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my wish list consists of the following items:

leaf springs for the axles of my permanent

lights for my permanent

a new portable (one man isnt going to cut it anymore now that the girlfriend is hooked)

a honda 400cc or larger atv with 4x4, winch and plow

a larger sled bed to haul two sleds or atvs and fishing gear

a chip for my truck so i can better turn the 33" tires through the drifts.

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How about the fish co-operating??? grin.gifgrin.gif

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I'm happy with time to be actually on the ice!!!!

Cooperating fish would be nice, too.

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ICE ICE ICE ICE ICE ICE ICE FISH FISH FISH FISH FISH FISH FISH FISH FISH cool.gifcool.gifcool.gifcool.gif

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