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Offline Nosaj

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What are we working on???
« on: Sep 09, 2022, 07:21 PM »
Ok, Football has started and archery starts soon, what do you have in your icefishing back pocket???

I have some tipups that may need some tlc!

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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #1 on: Sep 09, 2022, 07:49 PM »





The Hole Hopper XE (extra easy). A couple of little things to do yet.
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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #2 on: Sep 12, 2022, 11:27 AM »
Nice

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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #3 on: Sep 12, 2022, 02:00 PM »
Picked up a new ATV this year. No more walking for me, so will be adding a hitch to the flipover here soon.  Also working on storage options for the ATV.  Time to do some google searching and moc-ups!
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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #4 on: Sep 12, 2022, 02:35 PM »
During the summer I work 9 days/week so that when hunting, more importantly, ice fishing season comes around, 40 hrs/week is easy. No new crazy additions to my lineup this year, just knowledge that I have acquired. Did get this tasty beast for some awesome stews on the ice!


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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #5 on: Sep 13, 2022, 08:47 AM »
Starting to think about ice stuff, not much new planned for this year. Gotta go through the wheeler and make sure it's ready, needs some control arm bushings and other little maintenance. Sold my 2 older sleds and bought a new one but that's more a riding toy than a fishing rig. I've got some older traps that I plan to refinish for a good friend that's been living in California for 20 years, he finally blew a gasket with all the craziness out there and had to move back to the hills he grew up on. I feel a good season coming along boys (and Guinea)!!
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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #6 on: Sep 13, 2022, 08:47 AM »
nice looking Bruin that will make for some tasty vittles on the ice!!
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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #7 on: Sep 13, 2022, 09:39 AM »
Nice work Iceassin, seeing your sled setup makes me want to construct something for my sled, I found a nice long and not too wide sled last winter that beat the old toboggan I was using. Gunna have to pull it down from the attic and get some measurements, thanks for the inspiration IA, I'll post pictures in a couple weeks once I get it built and together.

Picked up some random tipups throughout the summer flea market and yard sale season gotta give them some TLC as well.

Awesome bear Dipstick, been fortunate with whitetails but haven't had a BB opportunity since 4 years ago when I had a nice 300+ in my yard ripping apart my beehives. Shoulda took the shot when I had the chance.


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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #8 on: Sep 14, 2022, 01:14 PM »
Nice work Iceassin, seeing your sled setup makes me want to construct something for my sled, I found a nice long and not too wide sled last winter that beat the old toboggan I was using. Gunna have to pull it down from the attic and get some measurements, thanks for the inspiration IA, I'll post pictures in a couple weeks once I get it built and together.

Picked up some random tipups throughout the summer flea market and yard sale season gotta give them some TLC as well.

Awesome bear Dipstick, been fortunate with whitetails but haven't had a BB opportunity since 4 years ago when I had a nice 300+ in my yard ripping apart my beehives. Shoulda took the shot when I had the chance.

Thanks. It is now complete. Maybe paint the PVC...next year. I should not have to squat or bend over for anything...except for the occasional drop of something.







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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #9 on: Sep 18, 2022, 08:42 PM »
Nice bear, I'm looking forward to some bear stew on an overnight. 

I still have not had a chance to bust out the tipups.

I may be in the market for a flip over for 2, any recommendations?  I have not done any research yet.

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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #10 on: Sep 20, 2022, 06:56 AM »


I may be in the market for a flip over for 2, any recommendations?  I have not done any research yet.

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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #11 on: Sep 21, 2022, 06:13 PM »
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I may be in the market for a flip over for 2, any recommendations?  I have not done any research yet.

I'm still looking to replace my larger flip (that I no longer have) with a single. It was a Shappell (equivalent to the FX150) and I loved it, but too heavy for me alone, so I'm still trying for an FX100. Lighter than the rest, and I've had great luck with all my Shappell stuff. A two person would be the FX200. They are now owned by Eagle Claw, so I don't know how the quality is now.I also wonder if they'll have them this year, as the FX series was on hold last year, but it's something to consider, if you want to. :)
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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #12 on: Sep 21, 2022, 06:36 PM »
(and Guinea)!!

lol I'm just one of the crowd, but thanks for including me. You're so nice to me that I'm making you my nephew. Unfortunately, you missed out on a lot of good fishing gifts from Auntie over the years. I'm gonna make you a bucktail to make up for it. It will look like crape, but the fish won't know lol
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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #13 on: Sep 26, 2022, 11:09 AM »
lol I'm just one of the crowd, but thanks for including me. You're so nice to me that I'm making you my nephew. Unfortunately, you missed out on a lot of good fishing gifts from Auntie over the years. I'm gonna make you a bucktail to make up for it. It will look like crape, but the fish won't know lol

Haha, one can never have too many Aunties... You're gonna have to meet up with us again this season.
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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #14 on: Sep 26, 2022, 02:57 PM »
ordering some new shimano spinning reels and will reline spools with pline. starting to get prepped.. sorted out a few reels with bad drags will save everything for spare parts. once those reels die illl replace with shimano.
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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #15 on: Oct 02, 2022, 07:22 PM »
ordering some new shimano spinning reels and will reline spools with pline. starting to get prepped.. sorted out a few reels with bad drags will save everything for spare parts. once those reels die illl replace with shimano.

I just looked up pline. is that your answer to shallow water, or do you think it makes a difference in deeper water? (serious question)
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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #16 on: Oct 02, 2022, 08:05 PM »
I just looked up pline. is that your answer to shallow water, or do you think it makes a difference in deeper water? (serious question)
I jig max depths of around 40ft. I just think it's an excellent line and is very strong and supple in cold weather.  The 4lb is this but very strong.  Probably as strong as 6lb or more. Ties well and holds up. No break offs at all. It's all I use now.
Cx premium is what I use.
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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #17 on: Oct 02, 2022, 08:06 PM »
I just looked up pline. is that your answer to shallow water, or do you think it makes a difference in deeper water? (serious question)
I'm sure it's fine for tip up use as well.
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Re: What are we working on???
« Reply #18 on: Oct 03, 2022, 08:26 AM »
I'm still looking to replace my larger flip (that I no longer have) with a single.

That's what I did, just bought an older Frabil Recon for early and late ice when I'm not bringing the snowmobile. It's like 45lbs and fits in the bed of my truck under the tonneau cover which should make me a lot more mobile.



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