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Classifieds/Buy/Sell / (2) Spoon Packages - SOLD
« on: February 14, 2013, 05:02:58 PM »

Sold



Sold



Thanks for looking!  ;D

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Classifieds/Buy/Sell / Rod Storage Rack - SOLD
« on: February 12, 2013, 08:15:31 PM »

Sold


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Here is another email I received the other day and thought it might be of interst to the rest of you. 

If lake levels continue to drop or even stay where they are right now Fairport might be really interesting for any boats over 20', especially with I/O's.  I certainly know I have NO chance of getting my boat down there this year with levels like this!  Hell.... Manistique might not even be an option considering how shallow it was last year in the city marina.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb. 8, 2013

Contact: Ron Olson, 517-243-1477 or Ed Golder, 517-335-3014


To combat record low Great Lakes water levels,
Michigan Waterways Commission creates emergency dredging plan
With current water levels in Lake Michigan and Lake Huron at all-time lows – and levels in lakes Michigan, Huron and St. Clair expected to continue dropping – the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced that the Michigan State Waterways Commission has adopted an emergency dredging plan that will provide zero-match grant funding opportunities for harbors of refuge, recreational boating harbors, marinas and boat launches most affected by the low water levels.

As part of the plan, the DNR Parks and Recreation Division announced it will redirect nearly $8.8 million of Waterways funding from existing appropriations; allocate $0.7 million of uncommitted Waterways funding; and receive $11.5 million from the FY 2013 General Fund, as recommended in Gov. Rick Snyder’s just-released budget. In total, nearly $21 million would be dedicated toward keeping Michigan’s waterways operational.

According to Ron Olson, DNR Parks and Recreation Division chief, dredging involves the removal of accumulated bottom sediments in waterways to maintain adequate depth for navigation.

“Such dredging is needed in the most critically affected areas in order to allow safe access to harbors,” added Olson. “Without this action, some harbors are in real danger of closing.”

To streamline the grant-funding process, the state of Michigan will:

Waive the regular local-match requirement for 2013 emergency dredging projects;
Immediately contact communities that have been identified to receive zero-match Waterways grant emergency-dredging monies;
Not accept 2013 grant applications because of the decision to redirect funding; and
Facilitate coordination and involvement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
According to DNR Director Keith Creagh, quickly and creatively solving the challenge of low water levels is important on many fronts.

“The safety of Great Lakes boaters, as well as the economies of local communities, urgently demands dredging work in the hardest-hit areas,” said Creagh. “Because federal money for dredging of harbors is uncertain, we have found our own solution. The emergency dredging plan helps address the problem for this year. We must still seek a long-term solution to this continuing challenge.”

Creagh added that in addition to boater safety and the health of local economies, the swift actions laid out in the emergency dredging plan will preserve broad access to the Great Lakes and improve recreational boating opportunities statewide. The DNR will redirect staff toward dredging at state facilities with no extra funding.

To estimate the cost of the emergency dredging plan, the DNR surveyed all 83 public recreational boating harbors (63 local municipal harbors; 19 state harbors; and one federal harbor) in December 2012 and January 2013, with a response rate of 82 percent.

With more than 800,000 registered boats in 2011, ranking third highest in the nation, the health and sustainability of Michigan’s waterways are vital to the state’s economy. Water levels will continue to be monitored throughout the year.

The emergency dredging plan was developed in collaboration with the DNR, the Michigan State Waterways Commission and the Department of Environment Quality, including the Office of the Great Lakes.

The Michigan State Waterways Commission was created by Public Act 451 of 1994. The commission is an advisory group for the DNR on overall recreational boating facilities, policies and funding. To follow progress and get more information about the Michigan State Waterways Commission, visit the DNR website at www.michigan.gov/dnr and choose Boards, Committees and Commissions from the left side of the page.
 
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of the state’s natural and cultural resources for current and future generations. For more information, go to www.michigan.gov/dnr.



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Off Topic / MDNR New Dip-net Regulations
« on: February 08, 2013, 01:00:23 PM »
Here is another email I recieved today.
         
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb. 8, 2013

Contact: Christian LeSage, 517-373-1280 or Ed Golder, 517-335-3014


DNR enacts new netting regulation changes to enhance fishing opportunities

The Department of Natural Resources today announced new fishing opportunities for dip-net anglers. The dip-net season has been modified and will now open statewide on March 20, as opposed to its previous date of April 1. Additionally, dip-net and hand-net seasons are no longer differentiated by peninsula and have been consolidated into a single season.

To increase netting opportunities, goldfish and gizzard shad have been added to the list of species allowed for harvest with dip and hand nets. The changes became effective on Feb. 7, 2013, when DNR Director Keith Creagh signed Fisheries Order FO-229 – Netting Regulations.

These fishing opportunities are directly related to a modification of a section of Michigan statute. On Dec. 13, 2012, the Michigan Legislature authorized the DNR to regulate the use of nets for fishing via Public Act 471, which then passed and became effective on Dec. 27, 2012. When this statute change was enacted, the DNR modified Fisheries Order 229 to expand and provide the regulations for this fishing opportunity.

This fisheries order took effect on Feb. 7, 2013, and shall remain in effect until March 31, 2018, or until it is amended or rescinded, whichever comes first. Although this fisheries order may be reviewed and amended on an annual basis, a review shall occur no later than Aug. 1, 2017.

Information about this new regulation will not be printed in the 2013 Michigan Fishing Guide available March 1, but will be available online at www.michigan.gov/fishing.

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of the state’s natural and cultural resources for current and future generations. For more information, go to www.michigan.gov/dnr.

If you received this from a friend and would like to get emails on DNR topics that interest you, please sign up.
For DNR-related questions, contact us.
For suggestions on how the DNR can improve the emails you receive, please email DNR-Bulletins@michigan.gov.

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Ice Fishing / DNR Ice Fishing Class
« on: February 08, 2013, 12:54:47 PM »
I'm on an email list for different things from the MDNR.  Lots of good info, daily!

I thought I'd post this just in case anyone is interested....

Upper Peninsula DNR News
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb. 7, 2013

Contact: Bob Wild, 906-885-5206; Mark Mylchreest, 906-875-6622; or Debbie Munson Badini, 906-226-1352

Ice fishing classes offered as part of Feb. 16-17 Winter Free Fishing Weekend

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will host two ice fishing classes in the western Upper Peninsula during the 2013 Winter Free Fishing Weekend, February 16-17.

Parks and Recreation staff from Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park and fisheries staff from the Crystal Falls Field Office will teach ice fishing tactics for all ages and skill levels (youth anglers must be accompanied by an adult). Participants will be provided with instruction on techniques and methods to use when fishing for species in the local area.

On Saturday, Feb. 16, an ice fishing class will be held at Bass Lake in Gogebic County (just north of Watersmeet); on Sunday, Feb. 17 a class will be held at Runkle Lake in Iron County (just east of Crystal Falls). Both classes will be held from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Central Time.

Live bait will be supplied and equipment will be available on a limited basis. Participants who have ice fishing gear are encouraged to bring their favorite rod and/or tip-up along.

The annual Winter Free Fishing Weekend, held in conjunction with President’s Day weekend, was initiated by the DNR in 1994 and allows Michigan residents and out-of-state visitors the opportunity to fish for free without a fishing license, however, all other fishing regulations must be followed.

For more information about participating in the Bass Lake and/or Runkle Lake events, please contact fisheries biologist Mark Mylchreest at 906-875-6622 or mylchreestm@michigan.gov.

Communities throughout the state are coordinating 2013 Winter Free Fishing Weekend events. For more information, including a listing of events, visit www.michigan.gov/freefishing.

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Classifieds/Buy/Sell / More Misc. Fishing Tackle/Gear - SOLD
« on: February 04, 2013, 09:07:34 PM »
First are 5 Hot Spot Apex salmon lures.


Second is a large Super Spin-n-glow.


Third are 3-3 pack (9 total) cut plug herring double single-hook rigs.


Fourth are Rhys Davis cut bait rigs.  1 pack is a clear single head fully rigged and the other pack is a 3 pack of chrome heads unrigged.


Fifth are 3 Challenger 8" flashers.


Sold

Thanks for looking!  ;D

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Classifieds/Buy/Sell / Misc. Fishing Gear For Sale - SOLD
« on: February 03, 2013, 05:44:47 PM »
I started going through some fishing gear last night.  Most of it is still in the package and never used.

Here is what I have for sale right now....


http://www.vk-products.fi/


http://www.yakimabait.com/catalog/product.php?productid=16325
http://www.deesdiamondflashers.com/



The weights are (from left to right) 8oz round, 16oz round & 8oz odd shaped.

$60 for the whole lot.  I will not separate.  Picked up in Marquette.
PM me to make arrangements for pickup, please.

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Classifieds/Buy/Sell / (2) Offshore OR12 Planer Boards For Sale (SOLD)
« on: February 03, 2013, 01:20:00 PM »
SOLD






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Classifieds/Buy/Sell / Another Net For Sale - SOLD
« on: February 03, 2013, 01:06:46 PM »
I have another Cummings net for sale.  The handles is about 10 years old but the hoop and net were purchased in July of 2012.  The hoop and netting have never been used.  The hoop size is 28"x32" and the handle is 52"-79.5" long.  The new netting depth is 36" deep.

I have $40 into the new hoop and net and would like to get $40 for this net.  Picked up in Mqt.

There is even a magnetic hoop keeper that I'll leave on the net & handle that is a $10 value.


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I have 4 Shimano Talora 8' (2 piece) DR/Planer Board rods for sale (model #TLA-80M-2).  They are extra rods that hung in my garage all last season and I really don't need.  These rods are in BRAND NEW condition.  They have been used very very little in the 2 years I have owned them.  I have about 6-8 more just like them and really like them.

These are $69.99 plus tax (and shipping) brand new, each.

$60 EACH  Picked up in Marquette

http://www.basspro.com/Shimano-Talora-Trolling-Rods/product/53014/

http://www.fishusa.com/Shimano-Talora-Trolling-Rods_p.html

http://www.cabelas.com/trolling-rods-shimano-talora-trolling-rods-2.shtml

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Ice Fishing / Looking for Suggestions
« on: December 28, 2012, 10:29:56 AM »
I'm planning on taking my wife and kids (4 & 6 years old) fishing on new years day.  Any suggestions on where to go preferably with 30-45 minutes of Marquette?  What are most ice conditions like out there?  I've heard around 4" or more!  Please PM me if you have any suggestions and don't want to share on the open forum.  I'm not really picky on type of fish just want to keep the kids busy and show them a good time.  Thanks!

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Off Topic / A couple of Christmas "How-to" videos
« on: December 20, 2012, 09:17:21 AM »
Hopefully these will help lighten the mood around here!  Merry Christmas  ;D

For those of you wrapping gifts yourself this Christmas here is a "How-to" video to help you out....
http://www.eyehandy.com/party/how-to-wrap-a-present-with-ashley/

Here is another "How-to" video for those of you cooking a turkey for Christmas.  It was actually made for Thanksgiving but I'm sure you guys won't mind!
http://www.eyehandy.com/holiday/how-to-cook-a-turkey-with-kat/

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Classifieds/Buy/Sell / Moose ATV plow - SOLD
« on: December 13, 2012, 10:44:49 AM »
Selling this for my Dad, also!

It is a Moose brand ATV plow.  The buyer will also need to purchase the electric plow lift or the manual lift from Moose, if they don't have a winch on the ATV.  The buyer will also have to get the mounting plate for the underside of the quad for the plow to mount to.  Both of those items can be found here....

http://www.mooseutilities.com/products/?categoryId=1882&product

If the buyer has a winch on the ATV they will not have to buy a lifting system, the winch can be used to raise and lower the plow blade.

Asking $150

Picked up in Marquette

His number is (906) four five eight 7553 or PM me if your interested.



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