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Lake Superior / Portage/Torch Lake Angler Young Angler Tournament
« on: June 13, 2012, 04:09:50 PM »
I added the following event to the calendar.
.PDF file is attached with entry form and contacts.
Brett


Saturday July 14th
Chassell, Michigan
Portage/Torch Lake Angler Young Angler Tournament Contact baker.jimr@gmail.com Info at www.ccwalleye.com

Thank you,

Jim Baker
Copper Country Walleye Association


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Lake Michigan / Nahma bass tournament june 23rd
« on: June 04, 2012, 02:54:25 PM »
I'm posting this from am email i recieved:
Could you please add our bass tournament to UP Anglers web site. 
It is being held on June 23rd at Nahma Boat Lauch.  The cost is $110.00 per 1 or 2 man team. 
Applicatons may be downloaded by going to wmxg.com or they are in local bait shops.
For more information contact Tom or Jalene Polkey @ 906-474-6351. 
Thank you, Jalene Polkey

48
Off Topic / Looking for boat
« on: May 09, 2012, 04:00:06 PM »
I'm finally settled down at work here after a bleak looking year and am ready to buy another boat after selling my lund a year ago.
I'm looking for ideally a 17' aluminum that is deep and wide for here on bay de noc. Price range is 10-12 thousand.
If anyone sees any screaming deals while driving around, pm me or post it up.
Thanks,
Brett

49
Gun Talk / 9mm Brass wanted
« on: April 23, 2012, 07:52:48 AM »
I'm just getting into reloading and am looking for some more 9mm brass if anyone has any they don't want.
I just built the reloading station and have the RCBS rock chucker master kit. I got a ton of information from reading two reloading manuals , from reloading forums, and from dan at gander (whitey malone).
Now it's just time to start, wife just shakes her head.
Anyone else reload?
 :beer:
Brett

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    Marquette Weekly Fishing League

    League is open to anyone who wants to participate, there are no minimum number times you must enter to participate in league
     
    • League will begin as soon as conditions allow, approximately May 1st to October 1st.
    • League will take place Wednesday night each week. 
    • No day-of-league pre-fishing is allowed. 
    • No make up nights.
    • League will be automatically cancelled in the event of  Small Craft Advisory.
    • A minimum of three boats must be entered during each event to count.
    • ON YOUR HONOR- you can't leave the Upper Harbor or Lower Harbor until 5:30 pm.
    • You can begin fishing at 5:30 pm.
    • You must announce your boat name and number of people fishing over channel 68 and be acknowledged before you set lines
    • Entry fee will be $10 per person.  Fee applies only to those on a boat who are fishing or who’s rods are being used towards the total rods being fished from the boat
    • ON YOUR HONOR- all lines must be out of the water by the pull line time. Pull line time will be announced by 6:00 pm each night.
    • The intent is to continue fishing through sundown, but not in the dark, making the weigh in time too late for some people.  However, the pull line time will change throughout the spring/summer/fall to compensate for available light.
    • All teams will return to their respective harbor immediately following pull line time.
    • All teams will meet at the Lower Harbor cleaning station immediately after returning to their respective docks.

    Scoring
    • Scoring will be based on a maximum of 5 fish per team per night
    • Lake Trout score 3 points per legal fish
    • Salmon, Browns, and Steelhead score 6 points per legal fish
    • Ties will be decided by longest fish
    • 100% payout each week, as follows:
    • 35% for 1st Place (highest score for the night)
    • 20 % for 2nd Place (second highest score for the night)
    • 10% for 3rd Place (third highest score for the night)
    • 35% for longest fish of the night
    • If half the night's fishing is completed the night will count and scoring will count as a complete night
    • Weekly stats will be posted on UPAngler.com under this forum
    • The team with the highest total score at the end of the season (based on their five highest nightly scores) will take home the highly coveted MWFL Angler of the Year Trophy. If two teams are tied at the end of the season, the team with the longer fish (from one of their five nights used to calculate their Best 5 score) will be used to decide the winner
    • Seven highest scores are being used to compensate for those who may not fish as many times as others.
    • You do not have to pick which scores count towards your year end score, it will be based automatically on your highest seven scores.

    *Any team caught cheating or breaking the rules will be banned from the league indefinitely.
    *All Michigan Department of Natural Resources and United States Coast Guard rules and regulations apply and supersede any MWFL rule.

     
    If you have any questions send me (Mylan Koski "MAK") a PM on this site or call me at (906) 360-4027[/list]

    51
    Gun Talk / New ruger
    « on: April 09, 2012, 09:53:21 PM »
    i bought a ruger LC9 as a easter present to myself..????
    Put just under 200 rounds through it in it over the last two weekends. Great shooting gun,although it's a little tough on brass, it leaves a ding in the casings as it's ejecting.
    Super accurate and nice feeling gun.
    The lasermax sight acted up a couple of times, i called them (lasermax) today and they said they'll send me a new one, when i receive it, send them the bad sight.. I thought that was great customer service in this day and age.

     :beer:
    Brett

    52
    Off Topic / Giveaway xm/sirius receiver
    « on: January 29, 2012, 12:19:49 PM »
    I have a sirius stratus radio receiver, fm relay switch,  magnetic mount antenna, and the 12v power cord if anyone can use it.. It would be perfect for a boat or vehicle.
    Keep in mind that there is a $14 a month subscription fee, or $10 a month for just music. but you can turn it on or off when you want. You could just turn it on june -sept.


    If you want it, post here, if only one person wants it, i'll send it to them.
    If a few want it, post and i'll have my daughter pick a post number and send it out to them on Wednesday.

    Brett

    53
    Product Reviews / EOTech 512.A65 Tactical Sight
    « on: January 02, 2012, 12:17:33 AM »
    I bought the EOTech holographic sight from Gander Mountain for ~$400. I was working the Early Xmas present angle to my wife and daughter.
    Anyways, It beats the hell out of the cheaper red dot I had on my S&W M&P15. I had originally bought a cheap red dot, but when you were outside, you could barely see it.
    Not with the EOTech, there are 20 different brightness settings, and turned up high, it's actually too bright.
    It holds zero when removed/installed, and takes 2 AA Batteries.
    It was a cinch sighting it in and over the 200 rounds I put through it so far, hasn't budged from Zero.
    It was easy switching to the "Both eyes open" and works great for acquiring targets.
    I originally thought "How much difference could there be between red dots/holo sights", but have since found out that you literally get what you pay for.

    From literature:The Model 512 is built to last, with a rugged aluminum hood assembly and knobbed, tool-free mounting bolt. Other features include a 65 MOA circle reticle with a 1 MOA aiming dot; support for two 1.5-volt AA batteries (lithium or alkaline); unlimited eye relief; and 20 brightness settings. The Model 512 is compatible with 1-inch Picatinny or Weaver rails. "


    Brett


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    54
    Off Topic / Awesome video
    « on: December 13, 2011, 09:11:08 PM »
    Thought this was an awesome video.
    Maybe it was the speakers.





    Brett

    55
    Gun Talk / Online ammo prices website
    « on: December 04, 2011, 12:47:06 PM »
    I found this list of online ammo sites, i thought someone else might find it useful.

    http://billstclair.com/ammo.html


    Brett

    56
    Gun Talk / New rifle
    « on: December 01, 2011, 08:40:19 PM »
    Had a ton of cabelas cards and happened to be near dundee michigan last week, talked the wife and daughter into checking out the store.

    Ended up buying a s&w m&p 15.
    Now i can't decide on optics/sights.
    I shot a buddies ar-15, it had an eotech on it and it was nice.
    Think i'll just get some iron sights for now, run them for a while, then spring for some optics.
    Trying to find the cheapest .223 ammo. Cabela's has american eagle ammo on sale for $5.49 a box.
    Probably start shooting some of that
    Brett


    57
    Hunting / Trapping / Good luck
    « on: November 14, 2011, 03:05:35 PM »
    Good luck to everyone on the opener.
    Have fun and be careful.
     :rock:
    Brett

    58
    Off Topic / UPangler Sticker
    « on: October 01, 2011, 01:03:59 PM »
    I was thinking of getting some UPangler stickers made up, the more people that would put on their boat or trailer or whatever, the better as far as advertising the website. Maybe if you see the logo/sticker on someones boat out on the water, may strike up a conversation in the parking lot.
    Anyways,
    There is a shop in marquette that came up with this.

    Any thoughts or suggestions about the design? Suggestions of size?
    Anyone want a few if I get some made up?
    The only thing I don't like about this one is the small border stripe, it's so small, it looks broken up. Would probably suggest that is a bit thicker, or removed.
    Brett

    59
    Hunting / Trapping / Hunting (Arrow Safety - Graphic)
    « on: September 30, 2011, 01:09:10 PM »
    http://www.texasarchery.org/images/Overdraw/dangers.htm

    There is a link with horror stories/pictures of people having carbon arrows explode. Please check your arrows.
    Brett


    60
    Off Topic / web gurus/ smf forums question
    « on: September 19, 2011, 09:06:25 PM »
    I know there are a few web gurus here.
    Question is the forums are getting about 80-110 registrations a day, 99% of which are bots.
    I have been manually searching each IP address and/or email address to weed out the bots.
    Unfortunately, sometimes I deny a registration of a real person, or let a bot in.
    I'm not sure any other security measures I can put on the forums. I have "member approval ", and "Complexity of visual verification image: High". There is no way to make anything more secure or more difficult on registrations side of admin control panel.
    Forums are running version SMF 1.1.15 which I know is old, but not sure the v2 is more secure or would help anything with bots. If it would be a big difference, I could try to get webhost to update installation. I'm not sure if I can just download the package and try to upgrade that way, I would want to make sure all backups are made beforehand.
    I would say 90% of the bot emails are of course @gmail.com . I would hate to ban @gmail.com registrations, but I am getting tired of an hour a day at least to weed these out.
    Any ideas? Suggestions?
    Thanks,
    Brett

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