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    • Smoked chicken wings.   I like the full wing (as pictured). I use yellow mustard as the glue and then sprinkle liberally with Montreal Chicken seasoning. Smoke at 220 - 250 for 1 1/2 - 2 hrs.   You can make them in advance.  Bag and keep in the refrigerator.  When you're ready to serve, warm them up on the grill.  
    • Cheesey smoked meatballs phenomenal  smokingmeat.com
    • This year I am taking the entire week of Christmas off so I’m going to have time to make some extra good apps. Normally for Christmas Eve we do some grazing on apps and make steaks. What is the best smoked app you’ve made? Right now I’ve got some cheese that I smoked resting and plan to make smoked armadillo eggs with some venison sausage. I’ve done a fatty before which is always good. I’ve got a pellet grill and Bradley smoker. 
    • Isn't that only a 2-3 year old battery?  Do you keep a Tender on it? 
    • got a good 0.2 miles on the sled, just pulled out of the garage, and did a quicky up and down the road. got to test my cats starting, as the battery somehow was dead, but pulled the recoil, and it started first pull, its a good backup to have if the battery is dead, got to love the batteryless EFI system cat has.
    • This is a hand-built Ice Fishing Rod Rack that can make the ideal Christmas gift for anybody who loves ice fishing or has some special ice fishing rods they want to display or protect. This rack is one-of-a-kind and will not be reproduced. It is a Free-Standing rack which is intended for use at home or in a permanent fish house. It holds 8 ice rods, is built of solid oak and finished in "Prairie Wheat" stain and finished with glossy polyurethane. The front of the rod support pieces are embellished with scrolling for added appeal.   The rack measures 24" wide, 3.5" deep and 18" tall. It is immediately available for pick up in Grand Rapids or I can ship to you for actual shipping cost.   Only one of these is available. If you need something for your wheel house or want a different style rack, contact me and we can build one custom for your needs.   Thanks and Merry Christmas!
    • For a good St. Croix rod, I'd look at the Avid series.  It's designed for bigger pannies and walleye.  The Mojo ice rod is also nice.  I've got a 28" medium one that works well on all walleye applications.  If you want a really good Croix rod, look at the CCI lineup.  I've got the 28" Perch/Eye spoon model.  For sensitivity, I don't think I have a more sensitive one.  Feels every nick and solid backbone to drive hooks home.  I pair most of my rods with either Jason Mitchell ones or the ICX-5 reel from Piscifun that came out last season.  Both are great quality reels.
    • ML or M Fenwick elite ice rod with any Pflueger should be dandy. If you are looking at other rod brands. 
    • I love my St. Croix Rod during the summer. A few years back I bought a St. Croix ice fishing rod/real combo for around $40.  The rod was OK, until the tip snapped off. The reel on the other hand was a total piece of junk. The drag was the worst part - clunky - would catch every half-turn. When the rod tip broke I didn't even keep the reel as a back-up, threw the whole thing in the trash.   That was my experience then. Maybe they've improved - also realize $40 doesn't buy you top of the line stuff, but was surprised to see St. Croix put their brand on such junk.      
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