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How to correctly bait your fishing hook with live bait by Vale
Credit for this post goes to Ron. I grew up using live bait for small and largemouth bass. Years ago when I started fishing, we would use a float, some egg sinkers, and hook the minnow under the dorsal fin. Once in awhile, I still use a float. ...
How the spine of a rod blank works and how to find it by dustyjoe
What is the "Spine"? The "Spine" is essentially the backbone of the rod. The "Spine" is where the material that the rod is made from begins and ends, and where it is thicker than the rest of the blank. You can lay a bare blank over the back of a ...
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My shoe is the top pic Gene. I have cleaned and polished and cleaned and polished some more. Still not working....
by Dmorgan - 36 minutes ago
Hi Harold, I have never seen the inside of the Chinese 808 &88 reels, but I doubt that they can match the early ones. They had stainless steel gears that just wouldn't quit. I just checked ...
by dustyjoe - 4 hours ago
Welcome. You can find many listed on ebay. Unused and in a box with papers might bring $150. In great condition might bring $75. Do some comparison on ebay. Register and post some ...
by Ron - 5 hours ago
Welcome. The only time you don't need a license in California if you are under 16 years of ago. Over 16 no license is need fishing from a public municipal pier inside a saltwater bay, and ...
by Ron - 5 hours ago
:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:! Alvin the roast pig! Nice old world tradition there Ron! This is what a lot of society lacks today. More celebrations like this need to be held today, or it will be ...
by Chad B. - 8 hours ago
Thx you so much!
by Johnny walker - 11 hours ago
Harold, that's a bummer about the Abu 176! I think your decision to stick with the Swedish Abus, the Johnsons and Daiwas was a good one. The materials they use in China simply aren't up ...
by skip smith - 12 hours ago
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