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skee0025

Stolen Ice Fishing gear.

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This list was posted by a friend of mine 6 minutes ago. I'm still trying to get a location and date of the theft. If you see any of this stuff pop up please let me know so I can call the appropriate Leo's. Thanks

1- black sled (approximately 5' long)

1- Eskimo Quickfish 3 Pop-Up Portable shelter with carrying case

1- Eskimo Stingray S33 Power Auger

1- Eskimo pop out chair with cover

1- green Coleman fold out chair

1- metal ice scoop with black handle

1- orange plastic scoop with silver handle

1- Mr. Heater Portable Buddy heater with propane tank attached 1- black plastic Craftsman portable box with a gray lid and red side handles (this is where I store my various fishing tackle, gloves, flashlights, pliers): Inside the box was a green and tan tackle box with the words "Large" written in a black Sharpie on one side and "Small" written on the other

1- small spare propane tank

3- ice combo fishing rods with spinning reels (1 pink, 2 brown/orangish with green fluorescent tips)

1- white bucket

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Sounds like a targeted event. Keep your eyes on hsolist with keyword Icefishing.

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I hope you are able to find your gear! and maybe track the theives down before the police do...

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I hope his insurance will cover the loss? If this happened to me the first suspect inline would be my wife. frown

In this case the items belonged to the female half of the pair.

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I guess I better check my assumptions as being a male dominated sport! shocked Hopefully they find the responsible party and throw the book at them.

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That's to bad. It's pretty bad when you can't even put stuff in your garage without haveing to worry if someone is going to break in and steal things. Hope you guys can recover your stuff.

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Speaking of initialing my stuff, I might use my dremel and just etch everything I own.

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Thanks Skee for posting this! It was my gear that got stolen a couple of nights from my home. I'm so heartbroken, because ice fishing has been my winter hobby for the past 3 years. My hubby doesn't go out there. It's a hobby that mainly me and my daughter do or it's my alone time getaway for a few hours. I really hope my stuff can be recovered. If you have any information, please let me know. I would highly advise writing down serial numbers for your augers or any other identifiable equipment. Luckily I had a video of everything and I provided that and photos to the police. I didn't have serial numbers or anything marked. Here is my FB post with some pics: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=...e=1&theater

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I live just down the road from there, and last night my wife and mines car was rumaged through. I had my under water cam in in there and they didnt take it which i found odd. Hope you find your stuff.

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Sounds like some punk kids just checking things out and taking what they can. Check all your local pawn shops and see what kind of ice fishing gear has been brought in lately. Also keep on eye on Kraigs people like to steal and sell on there.

You could probably set a trap and catch them in the act or get pics/video of them.

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