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    • Mike89
      flags are always welcome!!!  My 4 years in the Marine says so!!! LOL!!!
    • PRO-V
      I wish you luck Mr. and Mrs. Pike. Did you try going online? Worked for my wife right away.
    • Grainbelt
      @IceHawk That is it, nice quick work. Did you have that in your holster?
    • dutchboy II
      Regulations without adequate enforcement is pee'ing against the wind. Double the amount of CO's and double the fines for over harvest and start pulling hunting and fishing privileges for poachers.   Sometimes things need to hurt if you want change.
    • dutchboy II
      You can look for your Minnesota opener around June 1 this year. Ok, well maybe July 1.......well for sure I think by Nov 1.  😃    
    • Meterman
      I am not an expert on this, but I have been told by trusted sources that the issue with Ethanol-gas in boats and other small engines is the fact that the fuel may stay in the tank for long periods without being consumed or turnover.   When I purchased my new boat in 2012 with a 225HP and 9.9 HP Yamaho 4-stroke outboards, a good friend of mine shared that he had to spend several thousand dollars repairing the motors on a new boat of theirs due to an ethanol issue causing damage.  With the money you have invested in your boat and motors, I believe it is worth the additional $$ to run non-oxy or "no ethanol" gasoline in my opinion.   I do purchase 87 octane non-oxy gas when I can versus the 91 octane premium and have had no issues.   I also use non-oxy in my mowers, snowblowers, any small engines.
    • Grainbelt
      That does not look appealing, probably spilt his beer.
    • IceHawk
    • Grainbelt
      I saw a Babe Winkleman show a while back where he jumped into a float tube from a boat while battling a large sturgeon on the Missouri river. It was funny hearing him panic. The old guide with him told him the locals were doing it. After he got Babe setup in the float tube and away from the boat, the old boy was laughing pretty hard exclaiming to Babe he was the first as he was floating rapidly away. 
    • Tom Sawyer
      You forgot to mention Carnelian. I have a friend that lives on the far North bay. He has witnessed the utter piss pounding that lake takes each winter. Catching a 10 inch gill in there was never a big deal, sadly it's become another lake in the area with a 5 fish bag limit that has slid way down hill.   
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