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    Bought a WF-4-F Headstart and it made a big...

    Bought a WF-4-F Headstart and it made a big difference. Nice and thanks for the comments.
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    Thanks for all your replies they are appreciated....

    Thanks for all your replies they are appreciated. I also note that the replies come from all corners of this Country . . . amazing! I'm in South Florida fishing ponds for small Bass and Bream in...
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    Thanks for the info. I'll check out your...

    Thanks for the info. I'll check out your suggestions but the line was an inexpensive "private" item from a supplier. I suspect that's the problem. I have a 8 wt. with good Rio line on it and it...
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    Line Over Weight

    I have a Temple Fork 4 wt. with a 4 wt. line but it does cast or shoot well. Should I try a 5 wt. line? Do you think one weight up will help it shoot better??? Thanks Tom
  5. Thread: Talapia Flies

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    Talapia Flies

    I moved south and this pond across the fairway appeared to be full of Bass beds. Boy was I exicited. The next morning I threw poppers and streamers and, after an hour, caught only one Bass. The...
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    Gheenoes

    I have a Gheenoe High Sider which is the middle size and I weigh 200 lbs. and a senior. I started with a six hp gas engine on the back but switched to a 40 lb thrust electric with two batteries. ...
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    Kayak Stability

    I agree with a SOT. I had an Eddline Wind Dancer sit-in which was light and paddled like a breeze, and described as stable for fishing, photographing etc. It was 16 'long, 23.5 wide and a real...
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    If you want stability and the ability to stand...

    If you want stability and the ability to stand and fly cast, check out a Gheenoe. They weigh 120 lbs without motor. Put a small motor or trolling motor on back and go long distances to a fishing...
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    Gheenoe weight

    Yes, they are heavy for lifting off and on a truck or a car top unless you have two strong young guys. I'm neither of those and must be careful of my back when it comes to lifting. I have my...
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    Gheenoe Information

    There was some interest in a Gheenoe from my post. Check www.customgheenoe.com for a lot more information. I really like the stability and there is no need for outriggers. It paddles nearly as...
  11. Thread: Gheenoe

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    Gheenoe

    I recently startly fishing from a Hi-Sider Gheenoe. My back is getting too old to paddle a lot so the Gheenoe has a 6 HP motor on the back. I paddle with a kayak paddle after motoring to my fishing...
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    I have an old Herters glass rod which I guess is...

    I have an old Herters glass rod which I guess is about 45 years old. The label is Herter's RB6H20. Can anyone tell me what weight it is from that description? It is 8'-6" in length.
  13. Thread: Yak or Toon?

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    I am 67 and have had back problems for years. I...

    I am 67 and have had back problems for years. I toured and fished from a kayak and after awhile I would have problems with my legs and back. I fish mostly alone and being in a kayak in back country...
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    Smart Cast by Humminbird

    Has anyone used this equipment for locating Panfish? How did it perform and what type of receiver did you use. Is this technology better than the fixed type or suction cup portable. Thanks
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