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  1. Thread: Kayak Crabbing

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    Blaahh haa haa, I had the same thought.

    Blaahh haa haa, I had the same thought.
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    I sent Mr Schade an email. I have a couple CQH...

    I sent Mr Schade an email. I have a couple CQH necks, an old Orvis neck and a full jungle cock neck and saddle. Maybe they'll fit his collection.163901639116393
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    Hey Bill, I have my original vice which came...

    Hey Bill,
    I have my original vice which came from a kit from Herter's. It has a C clamp. I also have an old Price vice which has a pedestal. Neither are rotational. I'd be happy to send one of...
  4. Thread: Topwater Bass

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    Ah, that's not bad. I was mixed up - I meant...

    Ah, that's not bad. I was mixed up - I meant Olympus. From what I can tell, there's little difference between the TG-5 and TG-6, even the price is close. The screen you use to see what you're...
  5. Thread: Topwater Bass

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    Was that your Canon TG? If so, what was wrong...

    Was that your Canon TG? If so, what was wrong with it? Just curious because I'm considering putting one on my Christmas wish list.
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    That'd be one heckuva trip..Yellowstone River to...

    That'd be one heckuva trip..Yellowstone River to SF Bay
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    Don't you just love laws that rely on such...

    Don't you just love laws that rely on such well-defined, quantifiable terms such as "reasonable" and "nearby"?
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    That's one thing the fishing boot manufacturers...

    That's one thing the fishing boot manufacturers never did well...size the boot to allow for neoprene booties or socks. You always had to up size by one, one and half, even two sizes or more over...
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    Ditto. I think Weinbrenner's were the best boot...

    Ditto. I think Weinbrenner's were the best boot for the money. Their one drawback compared to the newer boots is they were heavy.
  10. Thread: I Love Stripers

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    Thanks John. Coming from you that's a true...

    Thanks John. Coming from you that's a true compliment.

    I don't think the lower D is 15 hours from you (if you're in Davis). We drive to Benicia in 8 hours, including a stop in Weed or Shasta for...
  11. Thread: I Love Stripers

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    A buddy and I took our pontoons down the lower...

    A buddy and I took our pontoons down the lower Deschutes yesterday. I had my DSLR in a SealLine waterproof bag, strapped to the back of my pontoon. We saw two groups of otters playing, porpoising,...
  12. Hippy! Fu's and goatees are in the past. You...

    Hippy! Fu's and goatees are in the past. You should shave all the hair off one side of your head, gel the rest so it stands up in spikes, and dye the tips chartreuse green...because if it ain't...
  13. That was a helluva deal! The only problem with...

    That was a helluva deal! The only problem with those huge rollers is staying below the airline weight limits to avoid extra fees.
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    Good title for your next book Ralph..."Little...

    Good title for your next book Ralph..."Little Blue Squiggles"
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    Heh heh, and that 14 incher was most certainly...

    Heh heh, and that 14 incher was most certainly really at least 18 inches caught from a super challenging run under the branches of a overhanging willow and behind a boulder.
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    Yeah, I do both and there's a lot of good natured...

    Yeah, I do both and there's a lot of good natured chicanery goes on in both those hobbies.
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    Ha ha, There's a sentence I didn't think I'd...

    Ha ha, There's a sentence I didn't think I'd hear, ever.
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    It's worth stating (at least in my and I know in...

    It's worth stating (at least in my and I know in more than a few other's opinions as well) that unlike many other bulletin board / forums, this one is nearly always civil and except for fishing...
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    BUMP ... refreshing the post

    BUMP ... refreshing the post
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    BUMP... just refreshing the post

    BUMP... just refreshing the post
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    BUMP... stick this on that 12 wt below and you've...

    BUMP... stick this on that 12 wt below and you've got the perfect bruiser rig.
  22. That's cool. I often used Te Anau as my base...

    That's cool. I often used Te Anau as my base when I went there and fished the Waiao below the dam many times. Some very impressive rainbows in there. When ever I approached a rancher for...
  23. I wish the rest of the fishing world would take a...

    I wish the rest of the fishing world would take a lesson from NZ in the way they manage their water. Nearly all water is public. The Queen's Chain Law requires ranchers to keep sheep / cattle one...
  24. Thanks for that insightful explanation, Rich. So...

    Thanks for that insightful explanation, Rich. So it was not something unique in Powell design, they just recognized the flexibility in their rods and made that into a marketing plus.
  25. Hey Rich, Can you tell us a little more about...

    Hey Rich,
    Can you tell us a little more about why rods were designated with multiple line weights. Was that driven by the variability in fly line weights from different manufacturers - or was it...
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