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#531777 - 12/09/04 10:36 AM The next few minutes could save your life!
Blaine Offline

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This is a MUST see
My heart was pounding and I had flashbacks to my episode. Everyone that goes out on the ice needs to watch clip #1 at the least, your life could depend on it!!!!
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#531778 - 12/09/04 11:35 AM Re: The next few minutes could save your life!
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Blaine,Great video, thanks for sharing it with everyone. I found out several things that I never knew before and hope I'll never have to use. Sent it on to several other ice fishermen.
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#531779 - 12/09/04 11:42 AM Re: The next few minutes could save your life!
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That guy is awesome!!! Very informative, Thanks, Blaine!!! Carry your life picks at all times!!!

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#531780 - 12/09/04 12:19 PM Re: The next few minutes could save your life!
Thom T Offline
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Best piece of Saftey Equipment for the Ice is a set of hand spikes. I know a EMT they have to go threw training for ice recuces. On the things they do is a self recuces with and with out spikes with spikes pretty easy to do a self recuce without very hard to do. So get a set and carry them there are cheap and they could save your life. THomT
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#531781 - 12/09/04 12:30 PM Re: The next few minutes could save your life!
Randy C Offline
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I don't think the clip runs well on a mac. I can hear the audio, but the video wasn't coming through. But I'll tell you, the audio is powerful stuff too.

Randy

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#531782 - 12/09/04 12:33 PM Re: The next few minutes could save your life!
Jack Offline

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Great vids. That guy is off the wall. He's been hypothermic 33 times!! Surprise he hasn't done any body damage. Great lessons though. Something all ice fisherman should see.

Addicted to Kings!!! See you up in Lake O.

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#531783 - 12/09/04 01:03 PM Re: The next few minutes could save your life!
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Registered: 01/19/02
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I look at that video and think to myself when I first got into this thing we call icefishing...I never really had a back up plan for going in. I might have carried rope but that was about it. Eye opening to say the least. Makes me ponder the big ole heavy snow suite I have traditonally always used. Pretty useful information. Who would think to head back where ya went in? Common sense when your looking at a video, but maybe not when your struggling to get your breathe and you can't feel the lower unit area. Pretty impressive video. Hey Blaine maybe you can demonstrate this video, at your next seminar. :p Since becoming a member of this site the best tip I ever cashed in on was by a pair of ice picks!

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#531784 - 12/09/04 01:11 PM Re: The next few minutes could save your life!
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Burr nipple, I agree that guy is crazy, but I think that he has probably saved a lot of live by showing people how to act in that situation.I know that will help me if I ever take the plunge. I think every ice fisherman should watch these clips. Thanks Blaine.
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#531785 - 12/09/04 01:21 PM Re: The next few minutes could save your life!
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I've demonstrated it once already John I'm proud to say I got out by doing the same exact thing he did, although I didn't hang around long eneough to try to control my breathing first ;\)
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#531786 - 12/09/04 01:37 PM Re: The next few minutes could save your life!
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I'd nominate for this guy for president of the canadien polar bear club...brrrrr... brings new meaning to field research and reality TV..verry enlightning.....markerdown

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