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If you had spare money what would you buy?

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what new gadget would you buy if you had the money to spare? electronics? augers/ rods an reels/ what comes to mind? Something special that you would ask for a x-mas gift maybe. Boar

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How much spare money we talking?

$100 a LakeMaster chip

$400 Arctic Armor

$500 an LX5

$500 and IceGator power head with NilsMaster hand auger shaft

$500 a NilsMaster power auger

$10,000 a WILCRAFT

$20,000 to $30,000 a CustomCottage wheelhouse

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I would get a Nils I think... got everything else that I need... wait, I want to get a couple quality rods this year too... so I guess the Jiffy will break my back for another year smile and the TB and/or Mitchell rods will break my wallet, ha! wink

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what new gadget would you buy if you had the money to spare? electronics?

My dream purchase would be some fancy Japanese robot that was my doppelganger. I'd program it to sit and talk with my wife during commercials while she is watching the tube - that way I could be out ice fishing every night and not catch flack for it...

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I have most gadgets listed above, with just acquiring a wheel house and camera last month. I am on the move for a 4wheeler now, not sure if that will happen this year though. Last year was my first year with the h2oc, and if i were to lose mine, that would be at the top of my list-an absolute must have.

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If we're talking small $'s (<$1000), I would opt for a new portable, still have the old suitcase clam. For medium bucks,(<$10K) a new 4 wheeler.

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