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mngirl

Ice fishing

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Any person looking for an ice fishing buddy this winter let me know. I'll pay for gas and bait or whatever. Want to try to try a few more lakes than I did last year. I don't have a house but will have my own gear, mainly looking for someone with an open seat. grin

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If there is a particular area you'd like to go, try posting this in that areas forum also. You may get better responses that way.

Example- If you want to Tonka, try posting in the Metro forum. Want to fish URL, post in the URL form and so on and so on.

Good luck!!!!

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Email me at tinkar@gmail.com I'll be going out a lot this season and unfortunately my roomate hates ice fishing... darn him! :P I have a nice portable and I too want to try a ton of new lakes! smile

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Any person looking for an ice fishing buddy this winter let me know. I'll pay for gas and bait or whatever. Want to try to try a few more lakes than I did last year. I don't have a house but will have my own gear, mainly looking for someone with an open seat. grin

I will have an open seat quite a few times this season. I will be fishing three evenings/on week days, and pretty much All day Saturdays and Sundays. I do a lot of fishing on Tonka, White Bear and Medicine. Actually driving north to fish this weekend! email me here anytime: sclyma@yahoo.com

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You could go with my wife to LOTW since I will be working this winter.....I have a nice wheel house that I keep up there.... She nows loves ice fishing because of the set-up.. And LOTW helps a little too....

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I hit the ice season pretty hard. You can drop me an email at s_e_hendricks@comcast.net and I'll get you out there. I have a house that seats 6-8 people so it's no problem getting extra people out.

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Sweet, thanks! Hopefully we have enough ice soon, my X-mas present to myself this year is some ice fishing gear! And honestly, I have no particular lake I want to fish, I will travel in the metro and a little outside. smile

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Jes- your always welcome to the seat you had last winter.

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You could go with my wife to LOTW since I will be working this winter.....I have a nice wheel house that I keep up there.... She nows loves ice fishing because of the set-up.. And LOTW helps a little too....

I can see giving up the wife, but not the wheel house!!! eek

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Walked out on some little lakes today had about 3 inchs, good clear ice. Not long now!

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Mike, that's so nice coming from someone who wants nothing to do with me. Don't worry, I can manage without you, it's been working great so far I've come to realize wink.

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We should have a early ice get together. I don't have a house, but I'll buy up the bait and drinks. smile

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I don't have a house, but I'll buy up the bait and drinks. smile

sounds like a sweet deal to me!!!

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Mngirl I think I'll be trying some metro lakes this winter as well, moved to Apple Valley this summer so I need to target a few lakes around here since it's a little closer, I'll give ya a heads up when the time comes. Can prob get you on fish near the southern portion as well, kato area, JDrummer's gonna freak on that one,

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Thanks guys!!!! smile Yeah, just let me know dates and if I'm free it should work! I'm hoping to get the gear this week, not quite sure what I want to get yet.

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You can fish with me, I'm always looking for a designated driver, then again I live in Detroit.

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mngirl my daughter has her own house and alot of times does not fish cause she has no one to go with.It is a compfy little house that you can sleep in.I am 100 miles away so not a big help.she lives in shak.works in bloom and I goes to school in mpls.You two should talk.

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mngirl, if you ever get to the rochester area give me a e-mail I goto a place here and catch some really nice trout. plus I have a flip-up 2person...fishingforpike@hotmail.com Good luck fish'n this yr...

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Definitely! Have her email me at jesyka_41@hotmail.com if she is interested.

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Mn girl holy smokes looks like you have lots of willing people to fish with. I rented 24 billboards along the freeways of the cities and the only offer ive had is from the govenor. I had to turn him down as I am a democrat, but hey im going to keep trying

good luck and fish safely

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