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  1. Drove 16 hours, 1000 miles from Wisconsin to our destination Fort Peck Lake Montana. Our goal was to catch lake trout ice fishing. It wasn't more than 10 minutes into dropping lines in the water that we already had two hookups and one lake trout on the ice. Throughout the day we had steady action pulling lake trout through the ice. Eddie from Lakeridge Motel was super helpful in setting us up on general areas where to go, baits, and techniques. Stay tuned for Episodes Two and Three, the lake trout continued to get bigger each day! This day we set up on a nice 40-50 foot hump surrou
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  2. well my riding day started bad, or should I say not started. my new sled would not start after riding yesterday without any problems. it got to the point my battery was almost dead, so I tried the recoil, nothing. I looked through the manual, it said to check the fuses, since I had my visor plugged in, maybe a blown fuse, all looked good. paging through the book, I noticed something that said if you have been riding in deep powder with lots of dust, your throttle cable could have some ice on it, I did ride across the lake before putting it away in deep powder. it said to work the throttle and
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  3. We plan on going to Canada next year! Boy, ice was super variable. Anywhere from 3"-15" so we really had to be careful and check as we went. I'm sure by now you could go most places with a snowmobile, but still gotta be careful.
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  4. Here is what I would do. Hook up the trailer and turn on the 4 way flashers or hold the brake pedal down. Now you have a known good on the right side to compare to. Go to the fuse box under the hood and locate the "TRL L TRN" and "TRL R TRN" fuses (both 10 amp fuses). With either a test light or a multi meter check the fuses for power. should see 12 volts on both or the test light should illuminate brightly. If the right side does and the left side does not, unplug the trailer and recheck. If the left side fuse now shows power the problem is in between the fuse block and the turn hazard switch
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  5. Bad grounds make trailer lights do odd things. Tail llights work until you step on the brake then nothing works until you let off the brake. Tail lights off and all the lights flash when using the turn signal. It is likely not a ground issue.
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  6. 13 years ago I had my heart set on a Lund, I went with an Alumacraft because I could rig it out nicer with the money I was allotted by my better half at the time..........no regrets.
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  7. Ive owned 7 Lunds and don't see another one in the future. Also been looking at the A-crafts. The 205 trophy. Have a 13' Lund Tyee 1800 now. Good boat but its too light for big water. Really like the fit and finish of the Aluma's. The black windshield trim is sharp and the carpet on the top of the gunwale is also nice. Really impressed. Not gonna take out a mortgage to buy a glass boat either.
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  8. I rode the trails around big lake today, mostly to get used to the new trails. trails were awesome, they must have groomed last night, rode to becker and back and some other playing around. all in all I put on 42 miles today. I will ride into the orrock area tomorrow. don't ride that much around here anymore, mostly aitkin co. now. looks like the trails around the sand dunes look good, I will give it a shot tomorrow.
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  9. rl_sd

    Time for a smoke

    ......The 6 packages from the first round are long-gone, so I am brining up another batch. Ended up buying an entire case of butts (@ $1.18 per #) from Sams. I am going to do 3 butts - one with High Mtn buckboard seasoning and two with another dry brine consisting of Tenderquick, brown sugar, garlic salt, and black pepper. I always like getting to the raw ingredients of spices versus relying on someones "magic rub". If it goes badly I will revert back to the HM cure. As an added note, I also picked up a $20 loin that I put HM cure on to experiment with some Canadian bacon.... Will check back i
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  10. Wow, Bobber! You resurrected an oldie from the good old days, here! I STILL haven't tried this yet - although I have bought a LOT of Prague Powder between then and now. I think any roast wold work but you might get a pretty fatty result with chuck. If you're looking to make corned beef & cabbage for St.Patty's Day and eat it more like a pot roast - a little extra fat might not be bad. But if you're looking to make your own lunch meat or eat it cold, I think chuck would get a little greasy in your mouth. Corned beef is traditionally made with brisket.
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  11. That is one thing I remember when we were runing was how hard that boat came down and pounded the water I thought it was going to bend or break in half
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  12. Been a Lund guy myself for many years as well but I've also been eyeing up the competition. I dont know if there's any truth to this since I haven't fished with this guy, but a fella at work picked up a new Alumacraft last spring ( not sure which model) and he claims he cant shut off the back live well from filling up everytime he puts it in the water. It's a sharp looking boat, but that to me doesn't seem right..If I think of it tomorrow I'll have to ask him if hes figured out yet.
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