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Starting sometime after the Second World War and continuing into the 1970's, many reel companies in the United States began having Japanese manufacturers make fishing reels for them in Japan. Also, many of these Japanese reels were imported and ...
Renosky Sonic Minnow Tip After Plastic Rips Beyond Repair by bubba94
I had a Renosky Sonic minnow which I caught about 40 fish with before it ripped badly. I was about to throw the spinner part away but decided to keep it. I broke the treble off the jammed end through the crappie magnet and added the split rig then ...

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I don't think you will regret it especially if you lose lots of spinners to rocks. I might try replacing trebles on one of my crank baits with singles an see how it goes if it works they ...
by bubba94 - 12 minutes ago
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by gene - 2 hours ago
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by gene - 2 hours ago
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by Ron - 2 hours ago
This is a duplicate posting.
by Ron - 3 hours ago
Odd that all the questions about fines come from California. Friend of mine was on the Petaluma River fishing with two poles. His fine was about $500. Let me know how your case turns ...
by Ron - 3 hours ago
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