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About sbro73

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  • Birthday 05/12/1959

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    Coon Rapids,Mn
  1. sbro73

    Lake Cenaiko Thread

    New Dock going up today on the East side of Cenaiko !!!
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    Lake Cenaiko Thread

    Let's see some pictures of opening day !!! Can't make it , have to work !!!
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    Coon Creek Troutfest

    where was this?
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    Honeymoon

    Way Cool! Congratulations! Just imagine what you have to do on your Anniversary Every Year!!! A guy could not ask for more !!! Tight Lines !!!
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    help

    Get some Braid, 6/20 or 8/30.
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    Whats your pounder rod?

    9 Ft Tackle Industries XH, thats all it takes!
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    Gander Mtn. and Musky Gear

    I noticed too, that gander has a new line of the own muskie rods!
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    Cenaiko

    Five, combined,(Not more than 3 over 16 inches), with a trout stamp. Zero, without a trout stamp.
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    Muskies 2010

    Nice !!!
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    Going barbless....

    Fishing Barbless is the only way to go !!! Been doing it close to 10 years now! It's easy, for the fish and you!!!
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    Cenaiko

    Stopped down there about 11:30am, not shoulder to shoulder, but still way too many people for my taste. In the half hour - forty five minutes there, I did not see one fish caught! Bright blue sky, water very clear, they must have been down deep.
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    New to muskies

    Hey, A Hefty Bank account is all you need! You will learn most Muskie Nuts are investing every day! Yup, release tools and good net, is what you need first, the rest will follow! Good Luck and Tight Lines!
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    Spinning Gear for Muskies

    Shimano has a muskie spinning rod out there, CPS-M70MH (Thorne Bros.), rated at 3/4 - 2 oz., matched with a Shimano Stradic 5000, I have used this combo for jigging and light stuff like Showgirls. I believe the 6000 and 8000 might be a tad heavy as they weigh in at about 21oz. Plus you will have to wrap your finger or use a glove for protection.
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