I have an older lcx 25 an will not power up, wondering where I can find an expert to evaluate.
Out if work an just replaced batteries, trying not to by a new one
Looks like my Canada trip in August may not be able to happen due to uncertainty that boarder will open in time. Our group is tossing around the idea of going up
to lake vermilion instead. I am wondering if anyone has advise on where to stay. I have done some looking around and most resorts rent by the week. Any info would be greatly appreciated
There is an article in the Timberjay asking people to complete a survey that would help bring broadband to the area. I don't know much about this so I'm not promoting anything except for awareness.
The link to the survey is below. Click on the red link that says "Iron Range Broadband Survey":
I’m not even sure if I’m in the right page I just signed up but my question is I just purchased a boat from a private seller went to his home the boat fired up I purchased the boat, the day before I brought it out which was about a week and a half later it fired up brought it to the lake the next day it fired up boated around for about 25 minutes found a spot to fish It was off for about an hour or so went to start it back up and it would not fire back up had to be towed off the lake so the moral of the story is there anyway I can go back and get my money legally without no trouble or what is my next step if the seller does not want to give the money back?
By Oregon Marauder
Greetings....I'm searching for an original TUFFY (molded metal, left side or set of 2) TRANSOM CORNER for a rebuild on a 1985 Tuffy Muskie. Several TUFFY boats had these so being specifically from a Marauder may not be necessary. Wondering if anyone can help in locating one from a dealer or private party who may have upgraded to more modern transom corners/caps....maybe a boat that's been abandoned or scraped.
Photo attached of the right-rear that I am trying to set-match to. The right side I have. Need to get a left side cap.
Thanks for any assistance.
So yesterday I cover up as told. Went to bank at noon to get some ca$h an the counter chix had a fit. After finish my biz head for truck n small town Squat Team waiting for me by truck!!
Barney, Gomer, Floyd, Goober, Otis ~~~~
"What up with that?"
i remember icehawk mentioning he had a few. anyone else.?????
how are they to deal with , i somehow broke my little sweetpea rod up north this past weekend!!!!!!!!😡😤🤧 i dont see my wife ever hitting the ice again so i may jest steal hers, but am thinking of replacing it. i'm not looking to have them replace it free, but a good deal on a new one would make me happy. the rods a bought from them where made by the dude in the wheelchair at the time!!!!!!!!
any heads up would be great.
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Do any of you guys know if Surface Tension still swims around these parts? I think I need my Nils sharpened. I had sent him a message through the HSO forum a while ago and didn't hear back. I'm not sure if HSO and Fishing MN share the same messaging platform, or if I need to try him here instead. Did a quick search and it doesn't look like he's posted in a while, so I'm hoping someone knows his whereabouts.
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By gimruis · PostedI don't fish that series of lakes but I have also heard that the introduction of the catfish years ago has played a significant role in reducing the population of panfish, especially bluegills. I know bass anglers that fish out there regularly using artificial moving lures that still catch catfish. That tells me they are aggressive and hungry. I believe muskies were also introduced but muskies have not been proven to have a measurable impact on panfish populations, except for maybe perch. There's simply not enough of them and stomach content studies have shown they prefer a diet of suckers, ciscoes (when present), small pike, and perch. Would they eat a bluegill given the chance? Of course. But they do not seek them out as primary prey. Another likely factor is angler over harvest. Panfish populations get hammered almost year round now.
By smurfy · Postedlooks like there will be a change in sunfish limits effective march 1. article in todays st cloud times said there looking to reduce the sunfish limit on 9 area lakes. those lakes happen to make up the horseshoe chain system. looks like the new limit will go from 20 to 10. now this is just my opinion but i didnt hear any issues with the panfish population until a few years after they introduced the catfish to that system. either way i'm ok with the change!
By gimruis · PostedWhoa, bringing this one back from the dead. I use Rockys. The specific model are Cornstalkers. They have 500 grams of insulation. I use mine as all-purpose boots, walking for pheasants/grouse and sitting for deer/turkeys. The first set I had lasted for about 10 years before they started to fall apart. I'm on my second pair now, year 3 coming up. I had a pair of Redhead Comfort Airs from Bass Pro for 2 seasons and they started to leak and my feet always got wet. Highly suggest avoiding the Redhead brand of boots.
By JBMasterAngler · PostedWell, just wrapped up my last day in Grand Marais. All the smaller, shallow lakes are locked up with ice, or will be after tonight. Lots of snow up the trail, but getting around on back roads wasn’t a problem. I stopped and fished most of the trout lakes around the gunflint and arrowhead trails...the ones that weren’t frozen over anyway. My dad didn’t see a single grouse...I saw one at the start of the arrowhead. I didn’t hear a single gunshot while I was out fishing. Saw 1 moose, 1 bear, a few deer, foxes were everywhere! And even saw a fisher run across the road. Saw just about every animal print you can think of in the snow. Still a few diving ducks around, snow buntings and crossbills everywhere. And finally seen a gray jay! Despite the cold and snow, it really wasn’t that bad out. Was a different perspective fishing all the lakes in waders, as opposed to being in a boat.
By smurfy · Postednice looking fish!!!!!!!!👍 join he hook-n- hospital group. the last 2 years 3 people i know did that, one of them me. our hospital happens to be deer river............they have a wall of hooks they've removed in the past. when i went i was patient #4 for the day with a hook!!!
By The Chemist · PostedA huge shout out to Borch who gave some really good pointers on running the raps in our lake. This fall my dad spent more days fishing from my boat and actually was begging me to go. Dont know if we will be able to do it again but made some really good memories.