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    Default Time to put the boat away

    Temps have dropped into the low 30s and the ground has snow cover.
    So with a tear in my eye I am putting the boat away for the winter.
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Size:  73.0 KB We are entering into the interim season between the soft water and the hard water season.
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    Thats so funny. Heres my version. As the water temps drop into the high 70's, I make sure all the summer work that has been done is all complete and final connections made. New batteries if needed, fish finder points loaded in both units.

    As the air temps drop into the low 70's the fall/winter fishing season has began. It usually last through the beginning of June for me.
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    Thanks for sharing the picture. Beautiful scene.

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    When did MN move into the arctic circle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmoopie View Post
    When did MN move into the arctic circle?
    I always figured the artic circle was another name for the Mason Dixon line.
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    Beautiful picture, but I hate being cold.

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    Nice picture! It doesn't look good for fishing but each season has it's own beauty.
    Or so I'm told, we mostly skip winter around here. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke 5:9 View Post
    Thats so funny. Heres my version. As the water temps drop into the high 70's, I make sure all the summer work that has been done is all complete and final connections made. New batteries if needed, fish finder points loaded in both units.

    As the air temps drop into the low 70's the fall/winter fishing season has began. It usually last through the beginning of June for me.
    Normally We get a good frost early in October and then get a Indian summer with air temp. 50-60 degrees.
    The lakes turn over and the crappie fishing gets real good. I usually fish right up to November.
    This year no Indian Summer.:-(

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    A very pretty pic, I miss those scenes.
    Listen to your gut over all the other voices.

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    I am not a snow fan, but I do like snow ice cream.
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