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  1. this hog weighed in at 18.3#. If accurate, it's a new state record. Supposedly It was caught off the east side near Hunter's Point? EDIT: Correction, this is a canadian fish... see posted link below. Huge fish. I wonder where this pic my dad emailed me came from?
  2. still looking for people? I played some pre-hs and still skate alot with kids in mites...
  3. i'll dispute jiffy's claim to fame. Unless you can put a exact year on it, my grandpa and a freind of his who was a metal worker but an auger that ran off an electric motor that they jumped to the battery of an old airplane fusalage they put skis on and used to drive around on mille lacs in the early 40's. They had taken the wings off and put skis on and got around on the lake that way. they also, like I said, built an auger. little off subject, but fact. I have old pictures of them out there that I got from my dad.
  4. happy b-day. Have a beer on me. (i'm good for it... really)
  5. posted in the aitkin forum, but no response... anyone know the thickness on hickory, across from farm island? I want to run up there this weekend, or next friday(12-10) for sure
  6. Quote: Is there two such animals? and if so...whats it used for? BANKING HOUSES!!! and frozen pout hockey.
  7. use a chipper blade auger.
  8. Quote: i have a pair of lacrosse and really like them, but i am having a tough time finding replacement liners. i know that columbia bought out lacrosse last year i think, and now i haven't seen any lacrosse boats out at the normal stores....anyone got any info?. I just boughta pair of replacement linersat fleetfarm. They have the LaCrosse liners.
  9. you can also try this one. http://www.lmic.state.mn.us/chouse/naip03mrsid.html it's pretty good and pics are from 2003 edit - I compared the same pic side by side and sohaad, the site you provided has the pics a little clearer. they are the ecaxt same source too, i can tell by the cars on the bridges.
  10. is it something easy to do? for a chipper blade. Can I take it somewhere and what is the cost? Or is it easier to just buy a new one?
  11. could be members that are just not logged in. Sometimes at work when I am reading posts, I am not logged in.
  12. get the revolution, it's a great bag. I have mine and can get 6 rod/reel combos in it easy, and there is a middle spot for all my tackle AND i even put a couple of those wire rod holders in there. Can't wait to see the look of envy on the old man's face when i pull this out on the first ice fishing trip this year.
  13. so the answer is, A - your just so blind.
  14. based on this info, how many people will just post useless posts just to get their post count up and get a different title?
  15. i got mine last week, the one I ordered last March. Looks great, can't wait to use it. 6 rod/reel combos and a spot on the side for all my little tackle boxes with ice fishing stuff in it. And it will fit in a 5 gallon pail for transport. nice
  16. incase you didn't know, there is a new threat out If you are a microsoft user(windows, ect...) go check your updates and get the latest.
  17. TAVARES, Fla. -- It took Ronnie Lynn Robinson two years to own up to his fish tale. Robinson admitted Monday to common-law cheating - a rare crime - for turning in what looked to be a thawed-out fish with a belly full of lead weights at a 2002 Lake County bass-fishing tournament. Robinson was charged and stripped of his nearly $2,000 prize at the Harris Chain Bassmasters Big Bass Tournament after tournament director Darren Ratliff gutted the winning fish in his kitchen and found three 8-ounce weights in its stomach. Robinson, 51, finally admitted guilt in exchange for nine months of court supervision, during which he must stay clear of fishing contests. Robinson's lawyer, Henry G. Ferro, said Robinson is innocent but agreed to the deal ``strictly as a matter of convenience.'' According to a deputy's report, Robinson caught the winning 8-pound, 6-ounce fish on Sept. 28, 2002, threw it into the live well of his boat and submitted it more than six hours later. Tournament officials didn't question the entry at the scene, but Ratliff said it looked pale and flaccid, and, unlike most freshly dead catches, stiff from rigor mortis. The fish also looked too fat for its length, and the artificial worm in its mouth didn't have the punctures usually found on used bait, he said. Robinson's $1,915.20 prize was nearly enough to cover his $2,000 bail.
  18. I would say trophey, but last week as I was sitting at the table eating the last backstrap I had from the year old buck i shot last fall, I was pretty much convinced that the young one is the way to go. Nothing like tender meat. I hunt for food
  19. blackjack, what size do you wear? I might have a brand new pair for ya. great deal. email me for details if interested. ------------------ [email protected] My Hunting and Fishing page
  20. I see jigglestick already posted this on the leech lake forum, but I thought it needed to be here too as a reminder. http://www.startribune.com/stories/531/4886174.html full story: Eurasian watermilfoil discovered in Leech Lake Associated Press July 21, 2004 WALKER, Minn. -- Eurasian watermilfoil has been discovered in Leech Lake. Harlan Fierstine, the Department of Natural Resources fisheries supervisor in Walker, said crews found milfoil rooted on about six miles of the southern and western shores of the main basin of Leech Lake. Preliminary tests are under way to determine the extent of the infestation and a strategy for treatment, he said. Eurasian watermilfoil is a nonnative, aquatic plant that can form dense mats of vegetation and crowd out native plants, clog boat propellers and hamper recreation. Boaters on Leech Lake are being urged to be thorough when removing plants on their boats, trailers and fishing equipment. Eurasian watermilfoil has now been discovered in 146 lakes and seven rivers and streams in Minnesota.
  21. it's always open. there a clause in the season regs that says they can be shot if they are doing damage or about to do damage. Crows are ALWAYS about to do damage.
  22. but Tom, if you are able to shoot mallards late into the season, there won't be as many for those southern fellas to hunt. Don't be greedy, there are plenty of ducks for everyone. </sarcasim>
  23. arod, arod, arod.. mora... give me blalock anyday.
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