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    we are 'the leading edge' I Share on HSO


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  1. hugonian1

    Random Daily Pics

    I'm in the woods. Wife's in the house. Who gets the pic? Lol
    6 points
  2. Macgyver55

    Random Daily Pics

    Walked several miles on the Hastings river walk today.....
    4 points
  3. My wife just picked up the 22” for just under $100. She’s been eyeing one up for the lake for a while. I am excited to give it a try.
    4 points
  4. so first impressions of the little blackstone. I love it, I still need to pick up the bigger model. Everything I have made on it has turned out awesome. I dont quite have eggs dialed in yet but not being able to set the temp different on each side makes it a little difficult to cook eggs and say bacon at the same time unless I just scramble them. That's about the only down fall of the 22". I do have some issues with it igniting some times but once its up and running no issues even in the wind.
    4 points
  5. Gave up on deer hunting Friday and decided to run up to Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge. We watched each other for about ten minutes. When it started licking it's chops, I left...
    4 points
  6. fish_hunt_guy

    Waterfowl Reports

    Nice birds. I too shot a nice drake gwt in late October and I dropped it off at the taxidermist and he said it looked good.
    3 points
  7. LoonASea

    Open Seat

    This trip went OK ,,, Lost a lot of tackle ,,, Had kicker issues ,,, Repaired my kicker and went back 10 days later ,,, Got more silver fish on the 2nd trip and a few lakers in the lo 40 inch range and a few hi 30s too ,,,, Covid may have kept the other boaters at bay but the landing at GP had a lot of empty trailers but we didnt see another boat on either trip ,,, Had a bull moose walk up on shore by the shelter at maybe 25ft ,,, Another cure for constipation at IR ,,, Looking forward to next years trip ,,, Auto pilot worked great just need to be quick watching the graph and raising the rigge
    2 points
  8. jbell1981

    Land Financing

    Just found out the 40 north of mine is for sale. Does anyone have any recommendations on places that specialize in recreational/vacant land financing. I haven't tried yet, but I've always heard that most banks shy away from vacant land unless there is a development plan involved.
    1 point
  9. delcecchi

    Land Financing

    I see ads from local banks and credit unions that they finance land and recreational property. For example, the Northstar Credit Union in Cook... https://northstarcreditunion.org/home-loans/ Minnesota is a recourse state, so you can't just walk away from a mortgage anyway, so it probably doesn't matter too much whether you put up the land or a house as collateral, except possibly in the rate, depending on how you do it.
    1 point
  10. fishingstar

    Land Financing

    when I bought my land I had to use my house as collateral. It didn't mater to me witch one I was making payments on. Interest rate on a home will probably be lower anyway.
    1 point
  11. Wanderer

    Land Financing

    In my experience banks want collateral that can be liquidated quicker than the actual land itself, but sometimes the local bank in the area might be more forgiving than your own local bank. Not much but some, in the interest of investing in their own area. The other reason for more collateral is to make you have skin in the game making it harder to walk away from the debt if you change your mind on your want. Either way, raw land can be tough on credit alone. I’d start calling your bank, the local bank up north and a credit union to start
    1 point
  12. HUJU

    Fish house build

    One thing i'm super glad I did was take detailed notes on where the wiring is all located. Pictures with a tape measure and drawings outlining wire placement. Has save a-lot of headaches with updates (rattle reels, couches, beds, bottle openers, antlers, etc).
    1 point
  13. Duffman

    Garmin fish finders

    For the canoe, it's been a big plus having the GPS, with the tracking on...........man, did I pound a select few spots this past summer. I can recognize bass on the display at certain spots.. And I like being able to see what speeds I paddle during certain conditions. It's been a nice upgrade, user interface is pretty easy to figure out. I'd go with Garmin again if I chose to upgrade the boat locator. Did build a waterproof AA lithium battery box that also holds a spare set to cut the weight of that 12v gel cell for Bdub trips.
    1 point
  14. new battery, 122 bucks, it better last longer than two years. hifax and a bag of oil, 210 bucks ouch, this sport is spendy for sure, but I can't wait to ride
    1 point
  15. Mike89

    Just Food and Drink

    about a 3 pound bacon wrapped meat loaf just went into the oven!!!
    1 point
  16. If I lived closer I'd bring a mineral rock over and throw it in the woods for you. That way you'd have deniability. They're even on sale at Fleet Farm Trophy Rock I can see where the big white salt blocks will attract attention buy the mineral rocks could go unnoticed. Even a bag of mineral might work. It dissolves into the soil after awhile but the deer still will be attracted to it. Another idea is go hang a bird feeder just inside the woods. If they ask tell them you didn't think they'd mind watching birds since they won't hurt the lawn. If your neighborhood i
    1 point
  17. I talked (to mgmt) about putting it a few feet back in the woods. After the strong refusal I got from them, I would be concerned with their reaction if and when they found me me. they have shown to be kind of anal about things. Oh well, life IS good! John
    1 point
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  19. smurfy

    Birds Everywhere!!!!

    Yea got one, nuttin to brag about. Worse part I hit and tracked a buck for 4 hours sunday opening weekend and lost blood and I searched the whole area and didn't find it.
    0 points
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