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Mr.Crappie
02-02-2005, 09:24 AM
Hey Crappie anglers all Wally Marshall signature series crappie rods are on sale on-line at BassPro.com for 29.95. This year for 2005 i have a great line of new rods called the Mighty Lites and New Pro series spinning reels and a New Bait cast reel that is dyno-mite 6.3 to 1 ratio nf the smallest bait cast reel on the market today. Also i was reading a thread on this site that mentioned red hooks well i have the new Mr.Crappie Code-Red hooks at Bass Pro shops and other fine dealers. Good Luck Fishing

crap-king
02-02-2005, 09:58 AM
Thanks Mr. Crappie - I just bought 2 mighty lites about a month ago - 10 footers - I really likem so far - just have not been able to use em enough here in Carolina lately - I am intrested in the removable seat bases - what kind of seats and swivels do you reccomend to fit on the bases

DENNIS BOWERS
02-02-2005, 10:33 AM
:) How Do The Lites Compare To Thespinning Rods--are They As Sensitive?aiso How Bout The New Spinning Reel?i"ve Got A 6.5 With Sr Thats My Favorite!dennis In Dale Hollow

PIGINTHEPIGPEN
02-02-2005, 10:33 AM
I sure like your Signature series with the Cork Handles. It's been a very Durable rod. Were as some of my other rods have busted tips. Maybe I try one of the mighty Lites ;)

Mr.Crappie
02-02-2005, 10:57 AM
Thanks Mr. Crappie - I just bought 2 mighty lites about a month ago - 10 footers - I really likem so far - just have not been able to use em enough here in Carolina lately - I am intrested in the removable seat bases - what kind of seats and swivels do you reccomend to fit on the bases Thanks for asking please call Bryce at the Tempress company go to www.tempress.com they are a major seat company and distributes my Double Downs show special two seats and the double down $250.00 cal'm and check it out.

Mr.Crappie
02-02-2005, 11:02 AM
I sure like your Signature series with the Cork Handles. It's been a very Durable rod. Were as some of my other rods have busted tips. Maybe I try one of the mighty Lites ;)
The Mighty lites are light action rods to where the signature series are a little bit stiffer, if i'm going to fish in the brush alot i would stick with my signature series or pro series. If i'm fishing open water or submerged brush piles, pulling jigs or trolling jigs the mighty lites are mighty strong. thanks

Mr.Crappie
02-02-2005, 11:05 AM
:) How Do The Lites Compare To Thespinning Rods--are They As Sensitive?aiso How Bout The New Spinning Reel?i"ve Got A 6.5 With Sr Thats My Favorite!dennis In Dale Hollow
Dennis the new pro series spinning reels are sweet 5 ball bearings, instant anti-reverse and also i have a Wally Marshall pro series 5 ball bearing trigger spinning reel, look out Shimono here i come!!!!!!!!!!

duane
02-02-2005, 01:14 PM
Dennis the new pro series spinning reels are sweet 5 ball bearings, instant anti-reverse and also i have a Wally Marshall pro series 5 ball bearing trigger spinning reel, look out Shimono here i come!!!!!!!!!!

WM when are you going to have a rear drag like Shimono 2000 has. Planning to get one of your new reels with the trigger and try it.

They have been talking about replacement tips for broken rods in different threads on here. It seems most mojor rod companies offer them (B&M, Outlaw rods, the Richard William series rods), why do they not carry them for your series rods?

Are you going to be at the BPS fishing classic in St. Louis? If so what dates will you be there?

fiddlefarter
02-02-2005, 02:13 PM
I'm planning on getting 4 10' universal rod/deluxe reel combos friday and getting my spider rig going. Your stuff has always been great in my opinion and I get an awesome discount at BPS.

Mr.Crappie
02-02-2005, 08:51 PM
I'm planning on getting 4 10' universal rod/deluxe reel combos friday and getting my spider rig going. Your stuff has always been great in my opinion and I get an awesome discount at BPS.
Thanks for your great comments and i'm glad your using my products.

Mr.Crappie
02-02-2005, 08:56 PM
WM when are you going to have a rear drag like Shimono 2000 has. Planning to get one of your new reels with the trigger and try it.

They have been talking about replacement tips for broken rods in different threads on here. It seems most mojor rod companies offer them (B&M, Outlaw rods, the Richard William series rods), why do they not carry them for your series rods?

Are you going to be at the BPS fishing classic in St. Louis? If so what dates will you be there?
Sorry i will not be at St.Louis and Bass Pro Shops warrenties my rods for one year & we just never got into selling rod tips.

DENNIS BOWERS
02-03-2005, 07:10 AM
MR.CRAPPIE,THINK I"LL TRY ONE OF THE NEW TRIGGER SPINNING REELS--WHAT ROD DO YOU RECOMEND? SHOULD I STICK TO MY 6ft6" SIGNATURE SERIES OR TRY THE NEW LITE?BEST CRAPPIE EQUIPMENT ON THE MARKET FOR THE MONEY AND DURABILITY IN MY OPINION!!THANKS--DENNIS

crappiehunter
02-03-2005, 07:35 PM
No more WM purchases for me until you start selling replacement tips. If you accidentally break a tip or if it is defective you have to buy a brand new rod if it is a year old or more. A tip cost 5-15 dollars not 30 dollars. Thanks, but no thanks Wally.


Sorry i will not be at St.Louis and Bass Pro Shops warrenties my rods for one year & we just never got into selling rod tips.

Mr.Crappie
02-03-2005, 11:00 PM
No more WM purchases for me until you start selling replacement tips. If you accidentally break a tip or if it is defective you have to buy a brand new rod if it is a year old or more. A tip cost 5-15 dollars not 30 dollars. Thanks, but no thanks Wally.
Thanks for the tip, i just don't call the shots on that one!!!!
If i can help please lrt me know thanks

Mr.Crappie
02-04-2005, 09:07 AM
MR.CRAPPIE,THINK I"LL TRY ONE OF THE NEW TRIGGER SPINNING REELS--WHAT ROD DO YOU RECOMEND? SHOULD I STICK TO MY 6ft6" SIGNATURE SERIES OR TRY THE NEW LITE?BEST CRAPPIE EQUIPMENT ON THE MARKET FOR THE MONEY AND DURABILITY IN MY OPINION!!THANKS--DENNIS
Dennis i have a new line of rods out called the Mighty lites, there is a seven foot one piece light action that i call sweetness weighs less than a quarter pound. It would be my choice, on my 6'6 Pro spinning combo is pretty stiff. If i can more help let me know thanks

Tim The Lippa Rippa Mon
02-04-2005, 09:11 AM
Hey Wally, I sent you a PM. I didn't know if you'd notice it or not, and seen you were on right now, so I figured I let you know just in case, Thanks!!

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Mr.Crappie
02-04-2005, 09:24 AM
Hey Wally, I sent you a PM. I didn't know if you'd notice it or not, and seen you were on right now, so I figured I let you know just in case, Thanks!!

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i just sent a message to you thanks