Helix breaking loose

Comments:  It's not just a spinning rod, I had a lews speed cast bait caster and I've never had a better rod, could cast close to 75 yards with it on my best casts, definitely worth it, felt like it was worth more than what I got it

The 10th Annual Night with the Fishing Pros Fundraiser will be held on Friday April 21, 2017 at the Falls Ballroom, Little Falls Minnesota. The event is open to the public and tickets are available now: $35 adults, $15 12 & under.
Join us at the event for your chance to spend an evening chatting with dozens of Minnesota's legendary fishing pros, guides and media personalities. Ask the questions you’ve always wanted to ask, get an autograph from your favorite fishing celebrities and meet the latest class of inductees to be enshrined at the Minnesota Fishing Hall of Fame.
"Based in the Brainerd Lakes Area, the Hall of Fame annually recognizes up to three individuals and two groups or organizations that have made a major impact on Minnesota’s sport fishing industry.
Inductees in the Individual Legends category include extremely active outdoor media professional Terry Tuma, one of North America’s most accomplished multi-species anglers, Editor Doug Stange, plus professional walleye angling’s biggest charitable name: Perry Good . The Burgers Brothers Sporting Goods and Clam Corporation will join the ranks of Legendary Organizations.
OH and by the way, YES, I will be there hob-nobbing with some of my fishing heros too!! >> Click here to learn more and purchase tickets for the Minnesota Fishing Hall Of Fame Night With The Pros
Fishing pros and celebrities on hand for the event include Bryan "Beef" Sathre, Ron Hustvedt, Walleye Dan, Jon Thelen, Marv Koep, Brian “Bro” Brosdahl, John Peterson, Chad MALOY, Perry Good, Gary Roach, Dave Genz, Al Maas, Mandy Uhrich, Shelly Holland, Dan Gapen, Jr Cooper & Cindy Gibbs, Jeff Sundin, Ray Gildow, Royal Karels, Larry Bollig, Chris Kuduk, Scott & Kody Seibert, Randin Olson, Kyle Agre, Jamie Dietman, Hank Ebert, Scotty Brewer, Robby Pollreis, Joe Fellegy, Scott Merwin

If you have a question about repairing or maintaining scooters (AND you're willing to phrase using proper punctuation, capitalization and spelling/grammar), ask it here and we'll try to help!

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Like Swan Point, Indiantown Marina uses screw anchors that are drilled into the ground. Unlike Swan Point, Indiantown Marina houses predominantly sailboats, which have deeper keels so that boats ashore sit up higher and are more vulnerable in high winds. Scott Watson, Indiantown's owner, said they use 4-foot helical anchors with round eyes, which are set into the ground using a posthole digger. He says it takes two men 10 - 15 minutes to install a helix. Boats are then secured with 10,000-lb. ratchet straps, which he says have very little stretch.

Like its predecessor, Soldier of Fortune II allows you only a limited number of saved games per level. You can, however, change the number of saved games available if you create a new game with a custom difficulty level. You can also choose "unlimited" saves at this point, and it is highly recommended that you do so.

Here is the reason why - when we genuinely (iterate) struggle through a problem, we get to understand our product.   When one has done that "nail their own stuff down from stock (not a competitor clutch kit)" for years, we get a pretty good grasp of what we can do.

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