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22 October 2012 - 12:49 PMFor all you guys looking to buy a scoop of sugar beets I did some research for you this weekend. On my way up to the UP I stopped in at a few bulk bait stations to find the best prices on a Scoop of Beets. This is what I have learned, not all scoops are created equal.
1-75 and Beaver Rd exit 168. 800-900 lbs $60
1-75 Exit 190 1000 lbs $45
US 2 St Ignace 600lbs $50
US 28 at US 123 Newbery MI 600lbs $50
US 28 Next to Luce Co Airport 450lbs $50
If you have some other updates please share.
10 September 2012 - 01:42 PMI have a 22 foot Angler with a white hull. I keep it in the water during the boating season and every year I get an ugly yellow/brownish stain at the waterline. I am not asking the question on how to remove it, I can do that just fine when I pull it out of the water. I am asking how can I prevent it without using bottom paint. I was under the impression that a good wax would keep the scumline off the boat. So far that has been untrue.
I have used 3M Scotchgard Marine Liquid Wax, Collinite 885 Paste Wax, and Collinite 925 Liquid Wax. None of these have worked. I usually use the boat at least twice a week and I scrub the hull just as often. Any good advice?
06 July 2012 - 05:15 PMWell after three times out I finally caught some walleye. Went 4 for 5 and even had a double header. Was out about 4.5 miles from the Crooker launch in 15-17 ft of water. Not many weeds on the fish finder but once i caught the first one i just kept going over the the same spot. Started at 6am and was done by 9am. I was running inline boards with inline sinkers. 1.5 oz 20-30 ft back 1.3-1.7mph. Caught them on white and pink crawler harnesses. First time catching a walleye on the planer boards and that was pretty cool. I have spent alot of time with the boards and no luck until now. Largest one was 26inches.
29 June 2012 - 11:23 AMLeft the dock at 6am this morning and had the lines in by 6:20. Started running boards and harness next to the shipping channel with no luck. Still trying to figure out what i am doing wrong there. Fished for about an hour down to the light and than decided to make a run to the Dumping Grounds. Started with flicker shads behind the boards and no luck there. Decided to run back to the 400 club and I was about 4.5 miles off shore and decided i would try one more time before heading in. Decided to run harnesses with no boards. 40 ft back 1.5 oz inline at 1.8-2.0mph. Ended up with 37inch muskie and about 5 perch. The Muskie made my day and it was a great fight on light line. Good luck, bring bug spray and the floating weeds are becoming a real you know what when you are trolling.
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