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About walleyeslayr

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  • Birthday 11/20/1967

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    Burnsville/ Mille Lacs
  1. I've got 7 in mine no problem. 4 on one side, 3 on the other. I use the 500 series reels or smaller. It is, hands down, the BEST rod bag out there. At least it used to be.
  2. Red Rock store or Marine General may have them still. Cabelas says they are in stock on their HSOforum.
  3. Canvas Craft's insulated material is white on the inside- I love it. The dark material is real good for sight fishing on the other hand.
  4. The Nils just arrived. I ordered Friday from Red Rock store. On my doorstep 2 business days later. Nice! Half a tank through it already.
  5. Make a cylinder with reflectex and tape to the bottom of your buckets or tubes. This also helps keep the hole open. I also wrap it around the entire length of my tubes to keep them open.
  6. Thanks all, that's the answer I was hoping for!
  7. Just wondering how the Nils is at opening old holes in the perm? Thanks
  8. Stone Legacy's "Revolution" rod bag is the best I have ever used. $50, holds up to 8 rods. I store 3 walleye rods on 1 end, and 3 panfish rods on the other.(I use the rod slicks as well) And it has a compartment for tackle. Super lightweight, and compact.
  9. walleyeslayr


    GAMMA copolymer. Great strength and very limp.
  10. My perm sits a good foot above the ice so I get pretty good freezing when it's real cold. I've had good luck taping REFLECTEX(sp) on the outside of the plastic sleeves I use. This works real well for me.
  11. I second the Stone Legacy Revolution. I've had them all. I'm no longer looking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12. Use 1 can spam, 1 pound browned ground beef, and 1 jar pizza quick sauce. Mix together in food processor or mixer. Mix into a thick paste. Spread on half a hamburger bun, place a slice of cheese on top. Cook at 400 until cheese starts to brown. Chow down. Just made a huge batch 3 days ago.
  13. 200 watts is plenty. The only time my Honda 2000 goes to high is when I've got the toaster or pizza cooker going. I run the tv, ceiling fan, lights and on board charger on low.
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