The news station was out on Centerville Lake, I hear there was an article in the paper as well. Then I found the topic discussed over at LSF... Apparently Centerville Lake has been a hotspot for break-ins. My buddy told me that during the course of a week almost all the permanents out there were busted into.
As someone on another forum brought up. We should really try to convince the police or someone to set up a few stings here and there just to keep people honest. Especially in these apparent hotspots.
A vexilar with a tracking device inside or whatever it takes.
I'm still borrowing gear from friends while I slowly recover from my losses last winter. I've only ice fished two or three times this winter because It only stirs up bad thoughts. Last year I had fished about 30 times by now.
We should make a concentrated effort to stop these A$$#@!&S...
Beat one to death and the rest will think before doing it again.
IIRC, John Locke also advocated that thieves in a state of nature be executed so you're in good company. (I'm amazed Tubby and Maturi apparently think Minnesotans will cheer for a thief like Royce White.) I had two fishing poles stolen out of my car several years ago in Minneapolis. Hard to lose tackle that evokes good memories.
I might have to put my shack back out and wait for the little punks to pay a visit, then teach them a lesson. think a sat. dish on top will draw them in? Logan hopefully I will get to meet you at the fishing contest on WB
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