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going4it

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About going4it

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  • Birthday 07/19/1979

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    MN, Metro
  1. I love mine. Makes spinning it easier and holding it where you want it easier.
  2. From what I've seen they didn't last long. Ordered 2 last night and they cancelled the order, went to a different store and nada.
  3. Going to start them myself this year and was wondering when is a good time to start them. Thanks
  4. https://www.amazon.com/Promier-Products-TV207805-Switch-Light/dp/B01A7RDIMM These are pretty nice and small. 4 aaa batteries. Use 2 that light up my big hub.
  5. Kdrill suggest the Milwaukee fuel 18 volt with at least a 4ah battery. It's pretty slick, and light weight. Love it so far.
  6. New Year's Day a few years ago was walking the dog in the city. 2 does almost ran us over in a park. Looked back and 3 bucks were following. 1 giant non typical 1 nice 8-10 point and a spike. Only thing I could think is they were looking for love.
  7. http://m.startribune.com/litchfield-based-core-ice-rethinks-the-size-use-of-icehouses/405802816/ article in the star tribune today about them
  8. make / manufacturer: Eskimo model name / number: Mako Upgraded to an electric auger and selling my old one. Runs great and has been well taken care of. Starts on 2-3 pulls every time. I have the extension for it as well as a new set of blades that I bought but haven't needed to change yet. I also have a cabelas auger bag that it fits in.
  9. Check your zones again, we were buck only and now there are 500 doe permits in our zone.
  10. http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/regulations/hunting/index.html
  11. Thanks reb I took off the floor and had about 3 inches to reach between the side and the well and was able to get it back into the well. Not a fun job but glad it's done
  12. So I was trying to put a plug in my live well that I don't use and the pipe that connected to it on the bottom pushed out the bottom. Any ideas how to get at the pipe? It's an alumacraft tournament sport and it's the front live well.