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Kyle Sandberg

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Kyle Sandberg

Cabelas has all their ice fishing stuff marked at 40% off. That if for tackle and gear and the fish houses are on sale up to 25% off. Get out there this weekend otherwise the stuff'll get picked over pretty good.

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zamboni

Was in Owatonnas today- the Clam 5600 and 6800s are all gone, and they had one 2000 left. I did get to handle a Jason Mitchell rod- they ARE VERY NICE!!

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wishing for walleyes

Did they have any of the r2 tec portables?

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zamboni

No but they had a Clam Thermal X if I remember right, but I might be wrong

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JigginIsLife

i dont know if the r2tec was on sale but i bought my 6800 up in grand forks for 449 and got one of the last 4, but i did see the thermals up there.

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PerchPounder

Scheels in Sioux Falls had two R2TEC houses both marked 200 off. so the price for the smaller one was 799 I believe.

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zamboni

Gander in Kato had them marked down $300 each- but Dan knows this grin.gif

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Kyle Sandberg

I picked up a couple of their Eagle rod/reel combos for 13 bucks. They aren't a mitchell rod or anything but I ain't complaining.

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Reynolds

I picked up a new Clam X2 at Cabela's in Rogers tonight for 175 dollars off the list price

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    • Cliff Wagenbach
      I agree with the others Tommy! I always enjoy your bits of wisdom and humor! Cliff
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      They are all coming in from the main lake. Cliff
    • FishinCT
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    • Slopfishin
      Why delete your post?  I actually enjoyed reading that story. Seeing stories like yours is half the reason I like checking out this site (I like to check out all the different lake boards on fishingminnesota). 
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      Hey, we need a little color and humor and Musky Tom does it best.  
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      Good info to me even. Cliff you can delete my story n junk. Most people don’t know me round here anymore n for sure the humor of life is of no interest. Under stand only want the facts mama. Just the facts. 😎 I endeavor to persevere.  Beef!   
    • Cliff Wagenbach
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      These aren't campsites to bring your Ranger fiberglass or decked-out Lund into. They're better fitted for smaller 14-16 ft alum boats, something you can drag on shore. Though i'm sure you can figure out how to secure something bigger. Cliff is right, most have sandy/pebble shorelines to pull a smaller boat onto. Almost all of them are well-protected from the prevailing WSW wind. You're gonna get wakes rolling into shore from passing boats, though, as it's a pretty well traveled section of the lake.
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