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Joined: 08:56am - Jun 23,05
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Post Posted: 10:19pm - Aug 7,10 
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You know the fishing is bad when you see this...

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Post Posted: 10:36pm - Aug 7,10 
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I see the rail cars in the background. I thought those were not allowed at the big H?

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Post Posted: 06:45am - Aug 8,10 
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there not,fishing only.

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Post Posted: 10:12am - Aug 8,10 
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:rotflmao Thats funny! Saw water skiers once years ago.You think someone would have said something at the launch.

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Post Posted: 12:09pm - Aug 8,10 
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Running out of places to get away from them nitwits...

Hey RiverRat, howz the IL looking down by you? Going to try and get the oldest grandson out.
running out of time before school starts in 2 weeks.

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Post Posted: 10:52am - Aug 11,10 
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river is in descent shape but fishing is not.

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Post Posted: 10:55am - Aug 11,10 
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toohy hit it on the head.. the level is fine, but mostly junk fish hitting - but you can get into some big ones for fun.

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Post Posted: 12:35am - Aug 12,10 
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wow

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Post Posted: 03:58pm - Aug 12,10 
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Morserunner, how do u like the fiberglass lund. Now theres no need for walleye guys to buy rangers

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Post Posted: 10:04pm - Aug 12,10 
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We like it a lot. (1st boat I've owned) Tyee 186 is a 18.5 ft fish and ski. think the rod locker holds 12, 2 aerated live well.
Much better and dryer ride than any aluminum of near or same size. get asked a lot on the water, "is that a glass Lund?"
Now we'll wait to see what happens that a single holding company owns Lund, Triton, Ranger and I think Skeeter.

Could see where a bigger boat would be a benefit at times, but overall extremely happy with the boat and the 175 Verado pushing it. 8)~

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Post Posted: 05:51pm - Aug 13,10 
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I think 18ft lund is a perfect choice for any water. I have a 161/2 alumacraft i wish i would of went bigger but the budget didnt allow. My next choice will be a 18 or 19 ft. Hopefully a fiberglass lund.

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Post Posted: 06:30pm - Aug 13,10 
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Bought mine at the 08 Chicago Boat Show from Basa Marine. A big investment, but we love the heck out of it.

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