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About AlwaysFishing23

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  • Birthday 10/27/1980

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    Central MN
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  1. I'd have to agree. You get what you pay for.
  2. Picked up many many sticks from that heavy snow eirlier in the year. Fertilize soon now. And de thatch yet to.
  3. Just use plain old spray paint in a can. I've done it many many times and seems to stick really nice. Nothing special either I can't even tell you the brand because I have no clue. But as mentioned doing 2-3 light coats helps.
  4. Concrete. Way easier to plow. My parents have a gravel driveway WORST THING EVER! Impossible to snow blow because of all the rocks always wet and muddy. Sure it's cheaper but in the long it's not worth the cheaper price.
  5. Chatterbaits are a good bait to start of with as well.
  6. You can never have to many frogs.
  7. Beauties! Can't complain to much with the weather were having. I really wanted to go to small lake today but time didn't like the idea.
  8. Booyah poppin pad crashes. And scum frogs. Cheap. Fun to throw and catch fish.
  9. Sweet looking rig!
  10. +1 Anything you need to know or how to do or learn about youtube is your best friend.
  11. Congrats on your purchase or should I say "toy". Have Fun!
  12. Could buy two good used flashers for that price! Coolest thing ever yet the dumbest thing I've ever seen!
  13. How many miles y'all put on over the short winter? I think I put on like 49.8. While my brother up north Put about 1000 miles on his new sled.
  14. Im still ready! Mines been in the front of the shed for 2 months but have had no snow. Start it once a week to hear her run put the cover back on and wait. Probably have to pack things up and call it here pretty soon.
  15. I 100% agree that's how I have my setups right now. Spinning always use 8lb mono have for a few years and it seems to work fine.