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  1. BUI Laws

    Wrong and right. After more research it does have to be motorized vehicle to get a DWI. However, bikes must obey all traffic laws, stop signs and speed limits, turn signals, stop lights. They are required to announce when they are passing a pedestrian on a sidewalk as an example. Read the statute. I have put just the first subdivision on here. Go read it. There is a whole slew of regulations that have to do with bikes. Police just don't enforce many bike laws 169.222 OPERATION OF BICYCLE. Subdivision 1.Traffic laws apply. Every person operating a bicycle shall have all of the rights and duties applicable to the driver of any other vehicle by this chapter, except in respect to those provisions in this chapter relating expressly to bicycles and in respect to those provisions of this chapter which by their nature cannot reasonably be applied to bicycles.
  2. BUI Laws

    Yep. I just read the bike statue. 169.222. Bikes have to follow the same laws as a motor vehicle while on a public street or sidewalk. Didn't know that until know. Never needed to use it so never even cared about that statute.
  3. BUI Laws

    You can get a DWI even if you are under a .08 BAC if the officer can determine impairment all the way down to a .04 BAC. You can't get a DWI for operating a bike without a motor. DWI laws are for motor vehicles ie Boats, cars, trucks, planes. And BWI's have the same penalties as a DWI in a car and count against any previous DWI. If you feel a buzz or tipsy you are very near or over the threshold for being arrested for DWI or BWI even if you think you are not impaired.
  4. worlds fastest deer cleaning

    I have watched it 10 times...WOW that's fast
  5. Wolf Bill Introduced

    I got this from the Monster Muleys Forum and thought it fit here as well "Sportsmen, The Senate announced the introduction of The American Big Game and Livestock Protection Act (S.249). This bill, follows S. 3919 by returning management of wolf populations to state wildlife agencies who were so instrumental in recovery of wolf populations. Returning balance to the ecosystem will not only benefit America’s Big Game and Livestock resources, but also ensure balanced levels of wolf populations under state wildlife protections. The original cosponsors of this legislation are: Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), John Barrasso (R-Wyo.), Mike Crapo (R-Idaho), Michael Enzi (R-Wyo.), Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.), Mike Lee (R-Utah), John McCain (R-Ariz.) and James Risch (R-Idaho). Very much like H.R. 509 introduced last week in the House of Representatives, S.249 bill would prevent further litigation and pre-empt existing lawsuits related to state wolf populations. This legislation is officially endorsed by Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife, Congressional Sportsmen Foundation, Mule Deer Foundation, Wild Sheep Foundation, National Trappers Association, Safari Club International, U.S. Sportsman’s Alliance, National Rifle Association (NRA), American Farm Bureau, American Sheep Industry Association, National Cattleman’s Beef Association, Public Lands Council and many other livestock and wildlife conservation organizations. Please take a few minutes and make a phone call or send an email of support to our friends in Congress who are working so diligently to obtain passage of this important legislation. Phone numbers and emails can be found on at http://biggameforever.org on the “how you can help” page. Working together as a nation of united sportsmen to support our champions in Congress we can be successful in this important endeavor. Ryan Benson, http://biggameforever.org ryandbenson@msn.com"
  6. Bowhunting plans for 2011

    MN Turkey MN Bear MN Whitetail ND Whitetail and Muleys
  7. Favorite ice fishing jig / go to lure

    Glow red Buckshot or Genz Worm or Gem-n-eye. always have those 3 tied up ready to go
  8. Raffle Prizes

    I am looking for any ideas for an item or items to sell tickets for fund raising at our local archery club. If you bought this ticket what would you want the prize to be? It could be hunting or fishing items. Thanks
  9. Raffle Prizes

    I am looking for ideas for an item or items to sell tickets for fund raising at our local archery club. If you bought this ticket what would you want the prize to be? It could be hunting or fishing items. Thanks
  10. Poor Luck

    We have settled. The parties who borrowed have agreed to cover 100% of the repairs, about $3000 worth. A good lesson learned. That was the first and last time my boat leaves without me at the helm
  11. Poor Luck

    I had to shingle my house this weekend. My buddies dad had his boat in the shop. My buddy ask if his dad could borrow my boat for the weekend and I said yes. I usually dont lend my boat out, but I knew that is was in good hands. Sunday night got the call that I was dreading. They took off the safety chain and the winch strap and backed down a steep access. My mint boat went crashing into the concrete right were the transom and the hull meet. It has less than 100 hours on the boat and less than 15 hours on the motor. Damage to the hull, transom and all the rivets on the back. Thankfully the motor was trimmed up.
  12. Help please with tactics!

    bottom bouncer. inline spinners with crawlers or leeches. Lindy rigs. pulling cranks is a good way to locate active fish. find the structure and weedlines work depths 10-30 feet. slip bobber outside the bays or around the weedline at night. You could pull minnows if you wanted some fast pike action.
  13. What to do with old bow?

    +1 for a backup bow or bowfishing bow
  14. Plan for this coming Fall???

    MN Duck and Goose MN Archery ND Archery-Mule Deer hopefully Idaho Elk