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going4it

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About going4it

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  • Birthday 07/19/1979

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  1. I hear this when I take the dog out at night. Please share the ID
  2. I love mine. Makes spinning it easier and holding it where you want it easier.
  3. 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.
  4. Going to start them myself this year and was wondering when is a good time to start them. Thanks
  5. 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.
  6. Kdrill suggest the Milwaukee fuel 18 volt with at least a 4ah battery. It's pretty slick, and light weight. Love it so far.
  7. 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.
  8. http://m.startribune.com/litchfield-based-core-ice-rethinks-the-size-use-of-icehouses/405802816/ article in the star tribune today about them
  9. 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.
  10. Check your zones again, we were buck only and now there are 500 doe permits in our zone.
  11. http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/regulations/hunting/index.html
  12. 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