Team Lodge Fish House, Toy Hauler, Loaded & Solar Panel (MANY Extras!)
6.5 x 14' (Plus 3' Front V)
No Liens, Clean Title
3740 LB (Cat Scale Weighed)
Sunforce 100 Watt Crystalline Solar Panel (Installed on Roof)
Solar Charge Controller (12v, 10amp)
Spray Foam Insulation
Black Rubber Floor (great shape- no cuts)
Interior: Cedar Paneling / Trim
Two 72" Overhead Cabinets
Cargo Nets under Cupboards, on Front Shelf
Range Hood w/ LED Undermount Lights
(2) 24" x 36" Safety Windows
Blackout Blinds on Windows
RV Door & Screen Door (with Window)
Rear Wire Fold-down Shelves for Tons of Extra Storage
54" x 72" Ramp Drop Door (Spring Assisted Lift)
New Tires (Jan 2018)
LED Trailer Lighting
Exterior Flood Lights (Side & Rear)
Exterior 12v Lights (over doors)
Interior Floor Tie-Downs
Upgraded 2500# Tongue Winch (new 2017)
Forced Air 20,000 BTU Furnace
3-Burner Cooktop & Oven
8 Fishing Holes
Catch Covers on each Fishing Hole
Hole Lighting (on each hole)
12v Outlets (with USB Plugs & Cigarette Port)
Master Battery Disconnect
Smoke / CO2 Detectors
TV Wall Mount Installed
Fire Extinguisher (Mounted)
Propane Regulator with Auto-Changeover (2 Tank System)
$5000, Could be a great hunting shack, that was my plan anyway but my wife has other plans...
Clean, spacious, and comfortable 30 foot 5th wheel camper with large slide out for sale. Has working AC, Stove/Range and fan, microwave, new water heater, bathroom with toilet, sink, shower, bigger fridge (only works when plugged in, not propane powered) CD player, good tires. Comes with 2 30lb propane tanks. The propane powered furnace just went out, but a space heater heats it just fine. The furnace is easily accessible if you wanted to fix/replace. The slide out needs a little help pushing back in sometimes but it can be done with 1 person. Some cosmetic blemishes but looks and works great for its age. I lived in it for 2 years but now have a house. I pictured the rear area with storage shelves (they way I used it) and with recliners that came with it, also the table with 1 chair (office style) or 4 (dining style). Take whatever you desire, shelves, some or all chairs. You are welcome to the outdoor carpeted raised deck if you want it too. I cannot deliver but can help hook up 5th wheel. Call or text me, Id be happy to answer questions or set a time to look at it. Oh yea its got a jazzy name too, The Hacienda Express! Cash only please
Ever since the zebra mussels have gotten into Whitefish the floating mats of algae have been a nuisance, but this year is terrible. I hate that crap. You can't troll without it getting all over your line and lure. Not fun to swim in either! My parents have even mentioned leaving the chain it bothers them so much.
Does anyone know if this is the blue-green algae that is toxic to dogs?
No chance I'll fish during the day this weekend, it's nuts out there right now.
Headed to Brainerd Area July 9-11 coming from Colorado to visit friends. Well actually my girlfriend is I am tagging along to hopefully catch some fish with my flyrod And or jigs. Seeking advice on which lakes and tactics and anything else helpful to help maximize fishing time in your state. I will have access to a canoe on Hubert Lake. Any and all advice would be much appreciated if anyone is into flyfishing Stillwater and would like to go or show me some pointers on your home waters That would be awesome thanks looking forward to any responses.
I just returned home from a sweltering 4 day trip on Vermilion. In all of the years that I have fished Lake Vermilion, I don't ever remember it being so hot for so long. We had no top on our boat and once that sun got overhead, it was game over for us. The heat was just too unbearable. We heard that a couple of people were hauled off in ambulances due to heat stroke. But now, for the fishing report. During the 4 days that we fished, 2 were great and 2 were not so great. We fished the same spots basically, all 4 days. Nothing changed weather wise and, except for the heat, conditions seemed ideal. We saw only very sparse mayflies with no slicks anywhere. We found the walleyes in 18'-32' of water. When we were right on top of the reef in the rocks, we caught some real nice smallmouth and jumbos right along with the walleyes. Our best smallmouth was 18.5", our best jumbo was 11.5", and our best walleye was 26". We used both crawlers and leeches and I could not define a preference for one over the other. We ate walleyes while there and brought home our limit for 3 fishermen. None of the walleyes that we kept had mayflies. Surprisingly, the jumbos that came from the same reefs were full of mayflies. The areas that we fished were snaggy and I found that a 1oz bottom bouncer and a teardrop floating jig(blue and white) with a 3'-4' leader greatly reduced snags and satisfied the fish. We generally fished till about 1:00 when the heat became unbearable. We fished Big Bay, Portage Bay, and Fraser Bay. Big Bay and Fraser Bay produced all of our fish. We tried slip bobbers on top of reefs at varying depths and basically struck out. On Wednesday, we were fishing Fraser Bay when a smaller boat with a man and a woman came trolling by us next to an island(Alepo, if you must know). She hooked up and proceeded to fight what appeared to be a big fish. The fight continued and we finally decided it was a muskie. It was a joke watching these very nice people trying to land this fish because, they had no net and were completely unprepared to land this fish. She brought the fish up beside the boat and the man cradled his arms under the fish and lifted it up. That fish slapped him in the side of the head 5 or 6 times on the way into the boat. It was difficult to keep from laughing. We congratulated them and moved away only to see the man pick the fish up and heave it over the back of the boat. I went back and, sure enough, the big fish was on it's back and was belly up. We asked if they wanted us to revive it and, so, we did. She was mishandled and it took 10 minutes or better to get her to where she kicking pretty good so we could let her go. She swam away and disappeared. The fish was 45" long by their measurement and it was caught on a small spinner with a sucker minnow for bait. They said they were fast trolling this set-up for northerns.
All in all, it's always great to be at the lake in spite of the weather. We have a second trip planned and reserved for late September. I'm pretty sure the weather will have cooled by then.
My best walleye of the trip
Good morning resplendent.. With all the warm weather we have had the walleyes should be Biting on the reefs by this weekend. The forecast is for 80-85 next week but I would like to see some rain up here as it’s pretty dry in the bush. Good luck and enjoy your trip.