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    The joker is my go-to bait. Never lets me down. I use it with a 8'6" Mr. Crappie rid and reel. Nice set up.

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    Have always used Mr Crappie rods for jigging and love them.

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    I love Wally.
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    A definite fish “smoker” is the black & chart. Joker.
    Pass the "Sportsman Baton" on before you're gone, promote values for others to hunt and fish upon.
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    I like the design of the Mr. Crappie sausage head jigs.
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    I like Mr crappie line as long as it’s a fresh roll it’s about as stought as it gets! I also reel the line through a wet rag with tight pressure when spooled and that cuts out the memory!

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    My solo reel is a great reel for jig fishing.


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    I used to use Tangle Free line conditioner 20-30 yrs ago and have found it again. It works. I was told it was some kind of soap, like octagon? Cannot remember for sure. Here is the only website I have found. I was up in Celina, TN a few weeks ago and picked up 2 bottles. I would call them and ask to reduce the shipping, because it is as much as the product. I paid them on the spot and they shipped it to me, because they had to get it out of storage. Good stuff. I have taken bait casters, after setting up all winter, put a few drops of Tangle Free on the spool. No curls, lays flat and cast farther. https://punisherlures.com/products/t...-line-dressing




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    Mr Crappie line is dependable and affordable.
    80% of fish are in the 20% of water that I don’t fish.

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    use 6# mr crappie on spinning reels have caught lots of muskie up to 30# on small crankbaits, hundreds of walleye and thousands of crappie and have never had any problem with the line

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