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#56571 2016 US Midwest

Posted by Rugger on 18 June 2016 - 03:11 AM

Crazy list of fish ken! Are you actually hooking the darters and shiners or do you trap them?

#55585 Rods and reels for sale

Posted by MuskieBait on 21 July 2013 - 03:39 PM

Come on guys, you gotta act fast. I have these items posted on Kijiji and I'm getting inquiries already. My prices on Kijiji is $20 more on average. I already have 2 rods spoken for! You snooze, you lose!

#54855 Angler Tackle reels

Posted by K.C. on 09 October 2012 - 11:10 PM

Alex, is the reel you're looking for freshwater use in your local lakes? What's he asking?
Depending on what you need/want I may be able to help you as I'm sure other members here who may have too much gear and are willing to part with a good used bait caster are as well.
Budget and application?

#54211 What do you call a blind fish?

Posted by K.C. on 17 May 2012 - 11:16 PM

Your jokes funnier then his!

#54208 sun masks

Posted by K.C. on 17 May 2012 - 10:55 PM

Come bass opener look On line, tell me what you want, I'll get it for you and we'll go get some beauty smallies in that bOat of yours.
It's a hike for you but if you ever come out this way in the future I'll give you some great water.

#53906 Perch Anyone?

Posted by K.C. on 04 April 2012 - 06:51 PM

Saw a few 14 and 15". Caught a crapload of dinks. Was bouncing my jig off the backs of the Jumbos but they had no interest.
They just came in. More to come..

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#53128 Search For Silver

Posted by stinger on 29 October 2011 - 03:59 AM

Since August home reno/painting projects have seriously cut in to my fishing time, so I had to get the hell out of the house before I start climbing the freshly painted walls, :roll:
On the water around 7:30 am and not a soul to be seen, I had the whole place to myself ! (This is the reason I like to fish weekdays.) :lol:
Nice cold, crisp morning with a strong stench of dead salmon every where, a few old boots still hanging around trying to do their final ritual before turning in to more useful and rich nutrients for local scavengers and vegetation………….but not too many of the silver bullets I was looking for. :(
The few chromes I saw were highly educated from U of LR (Universality of Lure Recognitions), they were also appeared to be suffering from ALS (Acute Lockjaw Syndrome) :roll:
Long story short, up and down the river I went chasing a handful of these highly educated and unfriendly bows without much success. :roll:
My hopes were fading away slowly as the sun was climbing higher in the sky,
A half hearted long cast with my trusted Salmo Hornet in to one of the bigger pools and I had the rod almost ripped out of my hand,……..and my heart got a sudden big boost……. :lol:
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That’s more like it!! :lol:

Of I go to the next pool,… but this time with much improved confidence,
Same lure and about the 3rd retrieve, the lure was less then 10’ from rod tip, I saw a silver flash behind it and…….. BAM!! …………This time I was well prepared, but you gotta love it when you see them smash your lure in front of your eyes. :lol:
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I made a few more casts but I guess they had all witnessed their cousin in trouble with my Salmo so no one wanted to play any more.
Tried up river and didn’t see much, so walked back down and through some thick bush to a spot I had not tried so far, on the 2nd cast with a little jointed Rapala, I got another crazy hit by this super charged bow.
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Unfortunately that was all the time I had today ....and besides, there wasn’t a spot I had not tried on that stretch of river today, so time to head back home………..but with a big smile. :lol:
A beautiful day to be out, I love this time of the year on my favorite trib.
I hope we get more cold rains and the weather co operates till the end of December.

#52951 Trail cameras.........let see them

Posted by jimmay on 03 October 2011 - 03:17 PM

Here is one for you guys...

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#56238 Never 2 Many Gadgets ?

Posted by D-Wayne on 29 August 2014 - 12:57 AM

I've been experiencing some electrical anomalies lately with the boat. Sometimes I would have to remove the bow fish finder to unfreeze it after I drove the boat from spot to spot. I found the A10 control panel would make pathetic buzz instead of the typical beep when I would turn on the livewell pumps or the navigation lights. Even my fish finders were acting up loosing bottom or showing large lines.
All this lead me to think that it was about time to fix it before I got left stranded somewhere.
I started calculating the load I was putting on the main power cicuit and I realized that it was time to install another line from the battery to the dash area.

That made me feel better nowing that I now have the electronic fish finders and the radio on a dedicated circuit. I even have room for more toys such as lights or shallow water anchors.
I ran everything parallel with the existing circuit and I even replaced the main power switch with a double line switch so it all looks like the original configuration.
Once I was done I still had the issue. What was realy causing the problem.
At $4 a piece I replaced the main 20Amp breaker. I opened up the old one and to my delight I found the issue. Rust. There was contact so the component measured 0.4 Ohms resistance but because of the rust any load would be met by a large resistive force.

Thats why I made sure that all the inline circuit breakers are facing down and so water won't collect inside the cover.

Hope this may help you out

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