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  1. CrawlerKing

    Microwave walleye?

    Done right it's very good. Put olive oil on each side of fillet and season as you like. Cover....don't over cook. Great option that I will use when I come in from fishing and want a lunch that is quick to prepare and quick to clean up so that I can get back on the water. It's also the perfect way to cook fish to make fish tacos.
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    Trailer Question?

    Thanks for the advice guys.....leaning towards either the Aluma 6810 utility trailer...bed size 68" x 117"....or the Aluma A888 ATV trailer...bed size 88" x 100"...really don't know if one would be better than the other.
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    Trailer Question?

    Just became a 4 wheeler owner.....now I need a trailer that I can haul both my Yukon house and the 4 wheeler on....My fish house will fit in the back of my F150, but it is a pain to put in by myself.....I also need to get it to fit in the 3rd stall of my garage...so it can't be too wide....what do you guys recommend?
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    Handy things in/on your boat???

    Two other important things that I bring with: 1. a kitchen sink--so that I can truly say that I've thrown everything at them. 2. a notary republic--to verify my catches!
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    Hydraulic Steering

    Thanks for the advice!
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    Hydraulic Steering

    I'm looking for information about adding hydraulic steering to my 1800 pro-v tiller that has a 90 yamaha....looking for pros and cons why I should or shouldn't do this. I've heard there are different systems available, but not knowledgeable about the options. Any info is greatly appreciated.
  7. House is sold.... Sorry I didn't respond sooner....away from the computer for a couple of weeks.....
  8. House is sold.... Sorry I didn't respond sooner....away from the computer for a couple of weeks.....
  9. I did pay $500 for it....I have a three car garage with a truck, two cars, an 18 foot boat and three portables....the wife said something had to go....
  10. I did pay $500 for it....I have a three car garage with a truck, two cars, an 18 foot boat and three portables....the wife said something had to go....
  11. Price reduced....$150 Clarify one point...the 4 holes refer to the number of fishing holes....there are no holes in the canvas! Also, I have fished in the house with my wife, my daughter and a sunflower heater...but, it was crowded.
  12. Price reduced....$150 Clarify one point...the 4 holes refer to the number of fishing holes....there are no holes in the canvas! Also, I have fished in the house with my wife, my daughter and a sunflower heater...but, it was crowded.
  13. Frabill XL Speed Shack for sale This is a fold up suitcase style house that has 4 holes. When folded its about 6 x 3. Set up about 6 x 6. Says its a 3 or 4 person house, but really only comfortable room for 2. House is about 5 years old...great condition..no tears..no bent poles. Some rust on clips where tent connects to base. Pictures available. Price: $175 Located in Maple Grove, MN Cell #: 763 670-6033
  14. Frabill XL Speed Shack for sale This is a fold up suitcase style house that has 4 holes. When folded its about 6 x 3. Set up about 6 x 6. Says its a 3 or 4 person house, but really only comfortable room for 2. House is about 5 years old...great condition..no tears..no bent poles. Some rust on clips where tent connects to base. Pictures available. Price: $175 Located in Maple Grove, MN Cell #: 763 670-6033
  15. CrawlerKing

    MWT

    Use2Be...I agree with you in that it's very interesting that none of us can catch fish during prefishing, but come Sunday we all become much better fishermen....I think the key is that we are able to listen to all the techniques that aren't working at the rules meeting and then we go back to where we are staying, throw out all of our copies of Walleye-Insider, burn all of our fishing DVD's, discard all of our saved waypoints, head down to the local bar, buy the locals a few cocktails, have them share some information about what it truly takes to catch fish on "their" lake and then get back on the water Sunday morning and just pound them!!!
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