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    Default POLETAP SMARTROD SLAB HUNTER raffle - Ends Dec 25th

    I have a SMARTROD SLAB HUNTER to give away. These are cool, I've been using a couple for a while now. I like it a lot. Here's a link to a little review I did about it: https://www.crappie.com/crappie/content.php?r=3748-SmartRod-Got-Your-Six

    This is a raffle. I will randomly pick a winner.

    Please post a fishy story (or an story of when a rod like this would have helped you in the past) in this thread to be entered. And if I like it, I may include a bottle of Slabsauce for the winner!








    • 10í 2- piece Graphite rod is a 4-8lb Light Action rod

    • see and hear when fish nibble or bite your line with the integrated TACKOBOX electronic bite alert

    • and maybe a bottle of Slabsauce





    You can enter once per day

    Disclaimer: Rules and prizes subject to change without notice.
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    A rod like that would have helped about every time I crappie fished before Livescope...

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    I knew a guy once who was so fishy and crooked that it was said he could “ swim through a barrel of catfish and never get finned”.
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    The most fishy story that I know.....is when me and you and Billbob went fishing together and me and Billbob caught all the fish.
    I have spent most my life fishing........the rest I wasted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by "G" View Post
    The most fishy story that I know.....is when me and you and Billbob went fishing together and me and Billbob caught all the fish.
    I was the "fetcher", just taking your fish off and serving drinks!
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    My first fish I can remember catching was when I was about 7 or 8 years old. My mother who was severely disabled with Rheumatoid Arthritis starting around 1959 until her death in 2018 took me fishing at Strouds Run State Park in Athens County, Ohio. Mom could barely walk, get out of chairs, drive or do anything yet that day she took this you boy to the lake. I remember carrying a lawn chair and helping her best I could from the parking lot to the place she could get to. I was a marsh area that looking back was the only place she could get to and probably wasn’t the best place anyone could hope to catch anything. I had an old tin tool box with some hooks, bobbers, an old green Zebco metal reel on some kind of pole and night crawlers I had dug from the yard. We didn't stay long due to Moms health but I caught I good sized largemouth bass which was the first fish I ever caught and the only fish that day. I lost my mother in 2019 at age 91 and she was such a good mother. Even when the RA was raging she took on adopting a little boy who by my own self admittance was hard to raise and didn’t make life easy for sure. I think of this outing often when I am fishing, doing maintenance on my gear, cleaning fish or just reflecting on her incredible life and the chance at a good life she gave me back in 1968.

    Mom is with Jesus now and she knows no sorrow or the pain she lived with. I am thankful for the time God gave her to me and all our family and friends. I miss her so but she isn’t really gone and never will be......

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    A rod like that can help me bring in the big uns without using braid
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    That rod would help when the fish arenít as aggressive.
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    One of my favorite stories was when I was a little kid in a boat with my dad and 2 of his buddies. We were pulling out of Walnut Creek and dropping KO Wobblers to troll for coho. My dad said don’t drop it too fast or you will snag a rock. As soon as those words came out, my pole bent and the reel screamed. He said I had a snag. As soon as those words came out the coho leaped 3 feet out of the water just behind the boat. He skillfully netted my 9# “snag”.
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    I really need a smart rod because all of mine do not know a thing. They don’t bait a hook, set a bobber, cast a jig, etc.. All they do just lay there, I even have to load them in the boat. No none of my present rods are very smart, not by a long shot.
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