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    None of the above. 🙂
    I use a rip cord and love it, but I have never tried the ones listed. Many of my hunting partners use the Qad and they like them as well.

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    in reply to: Big Buck #2069787

    😯 😯 😯 😯 😯 😯 😯 😯

    Any guesses on the score??

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    in reply to: deer slugs? #2070576

    I use a 20 guage and love it. Many guys in our group do as well. I have no first hand knowledge about rifled chokes as I use a rifled barrel and sabot slugs. Keep the 20 guage and make it work for you.

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    in reply to: selkirk #2070709

    Will be up there second week in october. I hope the cold weather moves in to get those water temps down!!! Sent you a pm.

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    And midnight means midnight. A certain DNR in the lakes area didn’t think that 11:57 was close enough to midnight and I paid for it. Not to start something here, but I do understand that 11:57 is not midnight. That’s why I paid for it.

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    Nice pics, and thanks for sharing. Looks like you have a deer problem. If you need some help weeding them down let me know 😉

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    It’s a fish!! Looks like a junk fish to me unless it’s in the sights of my bow.

    It is a carp. I caught a few in the big sioux with the same red color tail.

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    in reply to: Eyes on Tuttle #2074820

    Can you fish the entire lake with an Iowa license, or do you need MN as well?
    I am guessing because of this thread, that Tuttle has seen more boats on it this weekend than most any other weekend. Good luck.

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    in reply to: Eyes on Tuttle #2074955

    Looks like a good size lake that also runs into minnesota. Not that I ever will fish it, but can you fish all of it with an Iowa license, or do you need a MN license for certain parts of the lake?

    What is the name of the lake that is about 5 miles east? That also looks good size. Anything in that lake besides bullheads and carp??

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    I heard from a local up there they were all 3 to 4 inch walleye found dead. I would think stocking accordingly next year you would never notice a fishing difference.

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    in reply to: Aerial Phots #2075695

    some website have more clear photos than others. Another one you can try is http://www.virtualearth.com

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    Check ebay. They have some used and new ones. Last I checked the new ones were much cheaper from Ebay than they were from the factory.

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    in reply to: Lake Oahe #2076326

    I was at pike haven with Cast n like he said the fishing was great. This was the first time anyone in my boat had been to the lake. It didn’t take but a couple of mins. to get on the fish. We had our limits in under 2 hours each day. Fat fish to say the least and all really nice size. Pike Haven does have a guide service. I seen the guide boat sitting there, and it was loaded with all great equipment. A awesome fishing rig. For more info go to http://www.pikehaven.com
    Cast N, don’t you think you should be working instead of sitting on the computer?? Head back to the ice box!!

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    in reply to: Boat covers #2076744

    I am sure custom tarps are the only way to go even with the extra cost. I am in need for one as well. Anyone know of a good contact in the NW Iowa that makes a good one?

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    in reply to: Bait Shrimp #2079132

    Quote by: KWFD22

    what is TV bait shrimp and how do you rig it to use it for bait?

    It is 100% raw with head, legs, and shell on it. I think they are farm rasied, but they do have a smell to them. I usually run a circle hook from the tail thru the length of the body and out the head. I am sure there are other ways to hook them, but it stays on the best that way.

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