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    winnipeg, manitoba, canada

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  1. Tanaka. 7 year warranty, all steel contruction. Your choice of flytes.
  2. It's gotten much colder. Ice is gelling nice now. Yeah, lots of snow. Not going to be much truck travel I think. Sled would be my choice.
  3. Some guides are exploring areas of the lake. This warm weather is dragging things out, for sure. It's not stable yet. Some guys are out 600 yards to a mile off shore. They are being extremely cautious, for sure. Sleds only.
  4. Still no safe ice. FYI, even those of us that are local don't plan to fish it until around Christmas, it's too big and any wind screws the ice up. Even the river is not safe in a lot of places. Temps are dropping, will keep you posted.
  5. Only a 300 denier fabric. In our climate, no way to keep it warm, and will condensate like crazy and end up cracking. Very cheap, IMO.
  6. Up here no problem getting 250-275 for it. (Winnipeg)
  7. The RT-9 should be out. They are waiting on FCC approval for the GPS. Not sure if it's worth the price tag though....
  8. I fish from cil road north. 12 feet early as the eyes are untouched and Not pressured. I don't fish the river at all once the lake ice has firmed up. I was on third week in November last year. The ice on the lake started good, then a big wind came up and piled it all up in the south basin.
  9. The big girl is sketchy in December. One wind can screw everything up. Usually safe by Christmas for foot and sled traffic, all depends on the cold. I'm usually on the red by early December. The walleye are hot at first ice.
  10. Complete poultry ban in place. No uncooked poultry of any kind, including eggs. Due to avian flu in Minnesota.
  11. Don't want to be a Debbie downer, but our laws are very strict for drinking and driving. DUI is a felony here. Not saying the folks driving will be drinking, but two drinks puts you close to .008 pretty quick. Just be aware. The OPP are zero tolerance on drinking and driving.
  12. 1. 40.00 here in manitoba for a 24 of blue. Be cheaper if you buy at duty free. 2. 20-30 bucks for a bottle of whiskey. Again, cheaper at duty free. 3. Bait depends on where you buy it. Call the lodge and ask.
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