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  1. Thread: Sun Masks

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    Gil, looks like the mask/balaclava I wear under...

    Gil, looks like the mask/balaclava I wear under my crash helmet during the cold weather.
  2. Thread: Sage Xi2

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    9 Weight

    Spkie,

    Sorry to butt in, however I would go for a 9 weight if fishing for the New England stripers and blues.
  3. Thread: REEL Confused

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    Drag worthy fish

    When considering which reel to use for drag worthy fish I look at the reels that are used time and time again for catching those record breaking fish. Two US manufacturers top the pile; Tibor and...
  4. Make sure you sharpen the point on the 34007's...

    Make sure you sharpen the point on the 34007's before tying. Few runs with a diamond sharperner gets them nice and sticky.
  5. Thread: Sage Xi2

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    Got RPLXi's and Xi2's. The Xi2 is a much...

    Got RPLXi's and Xi2's.

    The Xi2 is a much better rod in my opinion, faster action and more power
  6. Thread: Using Clousers

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    Patience is a virtue

    Gil, I need to develop more patience. Since I've been yakking and fishing deeper water the flies and lines have been getting heavier.

    Thankfully I have not clousered a rod for a few years now, but...
  7. Thread: Using Clousers

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    Rod Breakers

    Great fly clousers, but watch your casting, especially when it is windy - they destroy fly rods.
  8. Thread: Another newbie

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    Me too

    Hi Johnny, My name is Jamie and I am also from MA - I wish :cry:

    Welcome to the brine.
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    Rust

    Seen plenty of people fishing the salt from a pontoon boat. Have to watch rust though, the metal frame is not really suited to the salt. Useful if you are handy with a welding kit.

    As mentioned,...
  10. Thread: Sinking Line??

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    It all depends on a number of factors to me....

    It all depends on a number of factors to me. Usually I will try and get away the something like a 444SL with the 15' clear intermediate head. However; if the swell is heavy and towards the shore this...
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    How can I forget that shop near pleasant bay....

    How can I forget that shop near pleasant bay. Closed when the owner is out fishing. Name escapes me, but it is on the 28 from Chatham to Orleans.
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    Could also try Saltwater Edge on RI and my...

    Could also try Saltwater Edge on RI and my personal fave the Bearsden in Taunton, MA. A short drive off the Cape but well worth the trip as it is a fly only store.

    There is also an Orvis dealer -...
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    But who are the victims

    Don?t get me wrong, I am a city boy. Born and bred in the suburbs of the greatest capital city in the world :twisted: . My parents though, came from the country, the wilds of north east Scotland and...
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    The Anti's are upping the Anti.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jh ... fish19.xml

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main ... inion.html

    Notice the Google ads next to the opinion piece.
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    Just had a quick squizz using Google searching...

    Just had a quick squizz using Google searching "kayak roof rack loader"

    The Thule one is #847 Thule Outriggger it works on the same principle as the Yakima EZ Loader
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    There was one made by Thule. I heard that they...

    There was one made by Thule. I heard that they discontinued it a year of so ago. I tried looking on their site but it is a pile of poop and I cannot get it to load properly.

    I am using the...
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    Cannot decide between CI or Weipa next spring.

    Cannot decide between CI or Weipa next spring.
  18. Thread: Paddling

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    Budd, They have a strap which lock the rod n...

    Budd,

    They have a strap which lock the rod n reel in place. It is pretty secure too. Kept my Xi2 and Super 6 safe when I managed to turn my yaks upside down in the tidal races near the white...
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    I have found some great places to fish using...

    I have found some great places to fish using Google Earth.
  20. Thread: Kayak speed

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    Who Knows

    Dread to think how far I paddle in a day long session. Back in the late spring I did paddle offshore about 3.5 miles to some sunken mulberry harbours which they failed to raise for D Day in WWII.
    ...
  21. I pretty much use this system...

    I pretty much use this system http://www.anglersafloat.co.uk/Prowler_ ... rolley.htm

    although I did not bother with the cleats and used a thinner line to connect to the wrong end of the anchor to...
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    Gerri, For me it depends where I am fishing....

    Gerri,

    For me it depends where I am fishing. If I am in the surf a stripping basket full of water is not only uncomfortable it can be dangerous; also if you are using a floater it become pretty...
  23. Sponsor

    I reckon Johnson Outdoors would make a good sponsor for this section of the site. http://www.johnsonoutdoors.com/
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    Scotty rod holder which proved it's value a...

    Scotty rod holder which proved it's value a thousand fold when I recently rolled my yak. When I righted it my custom Xi2 and Abel Super 6 were still attached.

    Lowrance M68i GPS and echo sounder....
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    I have a few collapsible stripping baskets and in...

    I have a few collapsible stripping baskets and in the scheme of things I find them more trouble than they are worth. I tend to try and perservere with my rigid LL Bean jobbie which has been around...
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