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slick2526

different types of batteries for vexilars?

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I was wondering if there is any vexilar batteries different than what you can buy off of there HSOforum? If so were can they be purchased at? thanks

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Slick pop on in to Batteries Plus in Fargo and you can get a good 12V gel cell for around $20, less maybe. I think the last one I bought ran $17?

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No offense, but I would stay with a lead-acid battery.

Gell Cell batterys do not hold up to extreme cold temps very well and could fizzle out when you are on a school of big ol' Mama's.

PCG

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I got a lead acid battery from Batteries Plus w/ charger for $25, they had several capacities to choose from

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Thanks for the reply guys. SO hows it goin ed? been out icing much yet? i got out yesterday, popped about 75-100 holes, no luck tho. Oh well, Im heading to upper red lake for friday, saturday, and sunday morning. Hopefully will have some luck. Hopefully.

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Word is ><sUMo> slobo perch on the chew on Devils Lake. That has me kinda curious Eh.

Been hunting some lost walleye on the local rivers near home, most are still lost. wink.gif

Ashtabula Lake over to the west has been putting out some respectable eye's recently, I may need to check that out soon.

Lets chat some night and I will give you a few tips on rigging that new flasher that you may find sorta handy. Did you get the FL-8 SLT? That is a good unit, I still have one in use on the boat and on the ice. I plan to add the new color Vexilar graph on "Old Viagra" for spring 2003.

Good hunt'n up on Red Lake Slick!

(Eh, I use MSN chat now too bud.)

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Ed "Backwater Eddy" Carlson..><sUMo>

Backwater Guiding
"Ed on the RED"
(701)-281-2300

http://ed-carlson.fishingbuddy.com

[This message has been edited by Backwater Eddy (edited 12-16-2002).]

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Slick I did some checking for you at Batteries Plus.

This is a stock item. Item #cltxpa12-7.5f

Retail price is 25.99.
They have 2 stores in ND.
Fargo-701-232-HSO
Grand Forks-701-722-0092

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Ed "Backwater Eddy" Carlson..><sUMo>

Backwater Guiding
"Ed on the RED"
(701)-281-2300

backwtr1@msn.com

http://ed-carlson.fishingbuddy.com

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thanks ed, lol, must of been thinkin the same thing cuz I also emailed them and asked them.

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Hey Slick whick resort are you planning on heading out of? We've got an 8x10 out from rogers, feel free to stop by. We are heading up this friday night and are leaving Sunday night. I believe we will have a white ranger and a black ranger. both extended cab and the house is tanish grey. Something like that. We are about a mile and a half out.

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ruegs, will try to do. We are renting one threw kelly, or out of the wasish minnow station. I dont know what access he uses but If I get a chance i will look for your house. or if your out on a different part of the lake. Look for a extend cab 2002 or 2001 not exactly sure F150 extended cab off rod package, probally will have a dog kennel in the back of it. email me at pube_@hotmail.com if you prefer.

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