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    Default Handline fishing

    Anyone here do any handline fishing for crappie of any other fish? I'm trying to simplify.

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    nope but i stand naked over a stream and swat them with my paw like a bear does salmon

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    I'm just wondering because most people around the world who actually have to fish to feed their families everyday, don't use rods and reels. For them it isn't a sport.

    Check this guy out. Mentawai Island Fishing. He's fishing in deep water, and I see no reason why this wouldn't work especially well while nightstalking under the lights.

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    This is the 21st century dude!

    Tie one end of your handline to a cane pole and put a hook on the other end!

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    Quote Originally Posted by funbun View Post
    I'm just wondering because most people around the world who actually have to fish to feed their families everyday, don't use rods and reels. For them it isn't a sport.

    Check this guy out. Mentawai Island Fishing. He's fishing in deep water, and I see no reason why this wouldn't work especially well while nightstalking under the lights.
    Go down to Miami Fl. and you'll see lot's of folks using these.

    Cuban Yo-Yo

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    That native guy is usein a "Cuban Yo-Yo". They sell em at Wal-Mart here in Fla. I use one to roll up my bridge gaff on.
    I'm having an "out of money" experience.

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    Take up noodling. You don't even need a line for that.
    Future moderator of the "Has Anybody Seen My Pants? I Could Have Sworn I Was Wearing Pants Ten Minutes Ago. forum

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    just get you a coke bottle some 20 lb test and a sparkplug for a weight

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    hey funbun trust me if those guys could afford a rod and reel, a nice boat , and an ouboard they wouldnt be handlining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCD View Post
    This is the 21st century dude!

    Tie one end of your handline to a cane pole and put a hook on the other end!
    Sounds like fly-fishing which is almost as old as handline fishing.

    hey funbun trust me if those guys could afford a rod and reel, a nice boat , and an ouboard they wouldnt be handlining.
    Well, if they could afford a nice boat, an outboard, and rods and reels, they probably wouldn't be fishing to feed their families either. They'd probably be fishing for sport, tournaments and all.
    Last edited by funbun; 01-27-2010 at 11:08 AM.

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