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    Re: Are Jon Boats welcome in this forum?

    Small jon boats are dangerous indeed! I've had a few close calls in my 10 footer. :shock:
    There's a business here on one of our local lakes that rents boats, and they had to replace all of...
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    Re: fishing during hunting season

    If you are fishing or even just hiking during hunting season, DO NOT wear anything white.
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    Re: Slab Crappie and a very hungry LMB

    Hey, that looks like the Spiderman special!
    I participated in a kiddie rod derby this year and caught two humpies using that rod. :o
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    Re: Vest? Chest pack? Lanyard?

    Don't forget about the hybrid "pouch lanyard"... 8)
    http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/templates/links/link.jsp?type=product&cmCat=Related_IPL_318956&id=0004281314990a
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    Re: Fishing the Catt (Fish Porn)

    Where did you get your stats? Northwest WA has many rivers that are loaded with steelhead! Right now, the salmon are spawning so egg patterns work very well. (Steelhead follow the salmon from the...
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    Re: bending hooks without breaking them

    Buy cheaper hooks if you want to bend them. I tie a lot of jigs and have found that Eagle Claw 570 hooks are the most bendable. They are also the cheapest - and already have a 90 degree bend....
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    Re: Are Jon Boats welcome in this forum?

    I've seen canoes with side-mounted trolling motors... :shock:
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    Re: Are Jon Boats welcome in this forum?

    Naw, I bet you'll like the 40 lb - especially since your boat is bigger. 8)
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    Re: Smallest fish you ever caught?

    Caught this little guy with ultralight spinning gear. 8)
    http://i227.photobucket.com/albums/dd156/Hillbilly_Geek/biggun.jpg
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    Re: Are Jon Boats welcome in this forum?

    Thanks - My boat ain't pretty but I love it! No trailer needed, and it's easy for one person to load and unload. No insurance necessary. It's the perfect one-man rig. I generally avoid larger...
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    Re: Dust-uh-boo "feathers"

    I bought one duster that had four colors, and another one that was a single color with longer fibers. (Peach is a very good color for steelhead.)

    I'm still looking for a white one. Blue/white is...
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    Re: Dust-uh-boo "feathers"

    Don't judge this stuff by the way it looks when dry. Subsurface action is superb. It flows like marabou but retains it's shape. Very nice "silky" shine. :shock:
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    Dust-uh-boo "feathers"

    I was browsing in the dollar store and discovered that they carry cheap dusters made of an interesting material. :shock:
    This stuff is amazing under water! Stiffer than marabou feathers, but...
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    Re: Are Jon Boats welcome in this forum?

    I love my little 10 footer! Loading and unloading is a breeze. The swivel seat makes a HUGE difference in comfort.
    I have been thinking about adding some type of sound dampening foam to the floor...
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    Save big $$ on bunny strips

    I have recently started buying bunny scraps and cutting them myself. Not only does this save a LOT of money, it allows me to cut them any way I want. Skinny, wide, and even custom crawdad pinchers...
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    Re: Doubly Bunny question

    Yep, just a tiny dab (applied with the tip of a toothpick) will do ya because it spreads a little when the two halves are pressed together. Using too much will completely ruin the action of the fur.
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    Re: Made my second popper

    Dude, you're an animal! :shock:
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    Re: Doubly Bunny question

    Thanks for the link! Very helpful! :D
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    Re: Doubly Bunny question

    Keep in mind that adhesives tend to "stiffen" the action of bunny strips. The hair and hide both need to be completely soaked with H2O for them to undulate properly.
    I personally like to glue both...
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    Re: Electric Hardtop

    I use fingernail clippers to cut barbed notches on both sides at the front of the nail. To keep the thread angled toward the head, I wrap from the head to a notch on one side, over the top of the...
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    Re: First Woolly Bugger

    Durability requirements depend on the fish. Spawning salmon have elongated teeth and one fish can shred a fly that doesn't have a wire wrap. :(
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    Re: Electric Hardtop

    I found el-cheapo fake fingernails at the dollar store. The entire assortment is only 99 cents. There are some that are too big, but at least half of them can be used.
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    Re: Electric Hardtop

    Several successful fly patterns have been incorporated in jig hybrids. Wooly bugger, and bunny leech jigs have become very popular here in the northwest.

    I tie both jigs and flies, so naturally...
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    Re: Electric Hardtop

    Oh yeah, your bass-kicker is awesome! I'm going to start playing with epoxy and see what I can come up with.
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    Re: Electric Hardtop

    My wife says it's just sick and wrong that I have more colors of nail polish and thread than she does. :shock:
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