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    12-19-2018, 09:50 AM
    plymouthpd started a thread Captains license in Ask A Pro
    What’s the best route to get a captains license. I'm hoping to get it done this winter. I live near Minneapolis. Thanks!
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    whats your phone #
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    The Pursuits are great boats! They were on my target list when I was looking. My Proline fell into my lap at a price that I couldn't walk away from. I don't feel that I settled at all as it was also on my target list and has given me years of good times.
    I generally fish from Algoma to Washington Island. I tend to lean towards Gills Rock & Baileys. I find that with the structure and relative protection from the elements (wind) we always find a place to fish.
    The structure also offers some very unique spots on spots with the currents creating underwater eddies around the islands and deaths door.
    What ports do fish out of?
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    Is there a question whats up?

    frank
    calumetmarine
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    I have the 201 W/A.
    150hp Merc (WOT = 40mph w/cruise speed around 24mph
    15hp Honda Kicker
    4 - Cannons ( 2-Mag20 & replacing 2 Cannon Manuals with 2 Digitroll 10)
    I am absolutely happy with the performance.....confident in fishing bigger seas (up to 6-7 footers). This is not a comfortable expierence in that it's tough to keep footing while standing in the back, however the boat itself handles it VERY nicely. Last year dad was forced off the lake in his 2025 Pro V after taking 2 over the bow (one after the other). While we stayed and took our 2 man limit in pretty short order. I am sure the boat will handle much more than I'm willing to.....just never pushed my luck. That trip proved that a good big water hull will make a difference.
    Are you looking at the Prolines?

    Dave
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    1998 201 w/a.
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    I have been on p4 since late Feb 2-3 times a month. Pretty good year but no HOGS this year for me. Haven't been there for a week and a half. Probly wont go back till fall.

    I am hitting Mille Lacs for opener and its pretty much ML or Superior till deer hunting. We had our fish house at Hunters Point last year but moved it to Wilderness Warmth on the SW. Not sure if I will be on the N end or try to stay south???

    How about yourself?
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    Darrin,

    Here is my favorite spoon for the past 3 years.



    It is a Uninion spoon, silver with a Green Strip. For 3 years prior to that a magnum purple Pro King spoon with glow was my #1 spoon. I cannot explain why a change in size and color of spoon or glow would create such a contrast in results.

    But this are the results when using both spoons at the same time.

    Purchased from Capt Jerry @ Algoma Hardware.

    Walleye Scot
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    I just got back from the Missouri River and walleye fishing.

    It was very cold, but we did catch lots of nice fish.

    Plan to return as soon as we can.



    It may be better to email me: walleyescot@aol.com than send private message.

    Today I was in truck for 8 hours and could not respond until now. I can send email from my blackberry.

    Scot Hanson
    612-590-6389

    Scot Hanson
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    Where we fish depends on the time of year. In the spring I typically fish the south shore anywhere between Superior entry and the Brule. The mud from the spring run off can really mess things up so that's usually a major factor. Come summer, I'm usually somwhere out on the state line fishing the WI side. I'll also fish the north shore every now and then, but I usually have a small crew (sometimes even solo) and the MN 2 line rule tends keep me in WI waters more often than not.

    Sounds like the metro area ice fishing hasn't changed.....
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Real Name:
Darrin Gotsch
Location:
Plymouth MN
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Hunt/Fish everything:)
I fish for...:
Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Steelhead/Rainbow, Lake Trout, Brown Trout
Boat Name:
GOTSCHA!
Boat Description:
96' Pursuit 2150 walk
Port:
mostly sturgeon bay
Interests:
hunting,fishing,shooting
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Police officer (Plymouth PD)

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