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    It'll totally be worth it.

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    harvesting fish....guess its ok but what happened to the "thump"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Black Swans Info Video - YouTube this is a link to what they call a black swan. Looks pretty neat. There is a website listed but it is a open name now. They look to have been sold in kits of 20 in a mesh decoy bag
    Tried to look them up.
    Guess they are out of business.


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    I drop about 15 jugs string about 3 times a year for catfish. Kids absolutely love it. Something about chasing that jug down is a thrill. Guess maybe it goes back to my childhood memories of the excitement of watching a cork go under bream fishing. Limb lines are the same way. I have no problem responsibly harvesting anything I plan to eat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drifter106 View Post
    harvesting fish....guess its ok but what happened to the "thump"?
    What makes you think jug fishing don't "thump?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by funbun View Post
    What makes you think jug fishing don't "thump?"
    Nothing like having a 40 pounder rip the jug from your hand. Certainly not a good idea to get the line wrapped around something you don't wish to have cut off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Adams View Post
    Tried to look them up.
    Guess they are out of business.


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    From what I can gather they are out of business. That being said they don't look very hard to make. The only advantage I see over a pool noodle jugs would be the yo-yo reel would provide some adjustability
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    From what I can gather they are out of business. That being said they don't look very hard to make. The only advantage I see over a pool noodle jugs would be the yo-yo reel would provide some adjustability
    Yeah, that's 'bout what I was thinking. Nothing like the simplicity of a noodle jug or Clorox bottle. Sometimes when you complicate something simple, the end result is not better, it's just more complicated.

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    I built a set that are weighted. When the fish pulls it under the weights keep the pool noodle standing. Let's you know to go check on it.
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