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  1. There is some very good reading here. I have been away way to long!!! Rienhard you refer to your blog. Where do I find that at? Probably right in front of me and I just don't see it...LOL
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    Sorry to disagree with you Mike but I would like to see that ticket. The book clearly states: "All ATVs operated in Minnesota must be registered with the DNR, including those used exclusively on private property" Take notice to the word "operated".
  3. Those look like Bait Rigs Walleye Willow spoons.
  4. Using the item that Whoaru99 gave you a link to there is no need to cut anything. You can use the alligator clips to connect to your battery and then you just plug your car charger in. If you don't like the alligator clips you can change them out to hook to your battery. No need to cut your car charger either way.
  5. As mentioned above you simple hook up the cig plug to the positive and neg post on the battery. Then use your car charger as you normally would. I have done it several times for other uses. It can be used on the smaller 12v batteries.
  6. Pretty much exactly what I follow as well.
  7. Yes it is getting closer then we think.
  8. We may look at this for either late this fall or early in the spring. They will most likely be in kits of 100 pcs.
  9. Hemlock, Please drop me an email with your phone number on it! It's that time!!!!!!!!!
  10. Try placing your hog in a large cooler with the drain plug in. Lay 2-3 bags of ice on the bottom before placing your hog in the cooler. Then take 8-10 cans of frozen apple juice, 3 lbs. onions (leave the peels and just quarter), 5 table spoons of minced garlic and some season salt. Add just a little water to activate the apple juice and then dump in 2 more bags of ice over the top. Shut the lid and let it sit for 12-24 hours depending on your cooler. Omit the ice if you can store your cooler in a walk in cooler. I use 20 lbs of charcoal and cook the rest with just the wood. Soak your wood over night for a slower burn. Also be sure to have a way to spray down any grease fires you may have because before it is done you will have at least one or two of them. If you do not have this on a spit you will need to flip the meat over a few times for an even cook. I recommend purchasing some insulated welders gloves for turning the meat by hand. Good luck.
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