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Panfish Guy

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  1. http://www.atomica.com/article/1273012/i...param6=40348081
  2. I guess it would be like putting poked eggs on the Weber grill for ten minutes and then in the Masterbuilt for ten.
  3. Thank you very much for the suggestions! Eyeguy those ribs look terrific! Have been having very good luck with ribs on the Masterbuilt, but thought that starting them out on the Weber might give them more smoke flavor and possibly a smoke ring. Just a crazy thought I came up with early this morning. This experiment will have to wait for another day, as I took the easy way out and put the ribs in the Masterbuilt.
  4. I was wondering if I did my baby back ribs two hours on the Weber grill and then finished them off in my Masterbuilt smoker if I would have more of a smoky taste. I have been foiling them, with apple juice, for two hours, after two hours of smoke, and then saucing and finishing them off for an hour. What are your thoughts?
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  6. Got mine on an online auction site.
  7. I bought a pair of Mickey Mouse boots for about $25 and really like them. Might be an option.
  8. Bought one of these last year and really like it. Snap Cap
  9. I want to thank everyone for all of the suggestions so far! I figured writing the paper on something I am interested in would make it more fun. Going back to school after being out for 30 years can be very challenging!
  10. This isn't ice fishing only but is still interesting. "Fishing license sales tell the story of more anglers on the water. In 1911 Minnesota began to sell fishing licenses to nonresidents for $1. Resident fishing licenses first went on sale in 1927 and cost 50 cents each. The number of licenses sold each year has been on an upward trend ever since major world events such as the Great Depression and World War II caused dips in license sales. After the war, more cars and better roads gave anglers access to more lakes, and fishing license sales boomed. Since the 1970s almost the entire increase in sales has been due to resident fishing license sales. Today Minnesota has about 3.5 anglers fishing its waters for every one angler in the 1920s. More than 2.3 million people (licensed anglers and children who are not required to buy licenses) fish in Minnesota each year" From this web page http://vilaslandandwater.org/water_resources_pages/fisheries/angler_article.pdf
  11. I was just wondering if anyone would have a place where I could find some numbers on the amount of people who have joined the ice fishing crowd through the years. I have a paper I need to write for one of my classes.
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