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Dolores Malone
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RE: Thin Ice & fishing for snowmobiles LMAO 2018/01/23 06:26:44 (permalink)
Nice link. But  I think its very dangerous and many risks for life 
 
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fishman09
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Re: Thin Ice 2019/07/23 18:04:40 (permalink)
Wow, nice. Don't think I'll try ice fishing though. 


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Leo222
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RE: Thin Ice & fishing for snowmobiles LMAO 2019/08/23 02:16:24 (permalink)
Hello everyone, I need advice from those who are fond of winter fishing. I want to buy a fish finder but I don’t know which one, here -  I found a review comparing top models. What do you say is true or nonsense, if the norms of the model, what do you advise to buy?
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treesparrow
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RE: Thin Ice & fishing for snowmobiles LMAO 2019/08/30 23:17:18 (permalink)
You need a flasher Vexlar or Marcum or other. On ice a flasher becomes one of your best pieces of equipment.
 
post edited by treesparrow - 2019/08/30 23:18:29
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