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    Default G-Daddy Crappie Tackle - New Mobile Friendly Website

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    Site looks nice and appears to work well !!
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    Frank,
    The baits that I got from you are still working well. They never tear, and will last forever if they are not fed to the brush. My grandkids and I used the micros at a neighborhood pond in Skiatook this week. I got over 200 crappie, blue gills, and bass on one brown/orange jig. The grandkids were amazed at how well the micros worked, as the the kids usually only get a handful of fish out of the pond.
    The picture is of a blue gill. I tried to load a picture of one of the crappie with the micro in its mouth, but it wouldn't load (computers have malfunctioned for me since the first Fortran program I wrote in 1967, when I got execution with 4 Fortran errors, then got no execution when the program was corrected. Both things are not possible, but.... Then when I went to work for AOL, the trainers and the tech experts took three weeks to get a simple login to work for me. On and on, until I was famous at three different companies for having "impossible" things happen when I touched a computer.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigskyfisherman View Post
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    Frank,
    The baits that I got from you are still working well. They never tear, and will last forever if they are not fed to the brush. My grandkids and I used the micros at a neighborhood pond in Skiatook this week. I got over 200 crappie, blue gills, and bass on one brown/orange jig. The grandkids were amazed at how well the micros worked, as the the kids usually only get a handful of fish out of the pond.
    The picture is of a blue gill. I tried to load a picture of one of the crappie with the micro in its mouth, but it wouldn't load (computers have malfunctioned for me since the first Fortran program I wrote in 1967, when I got execution with 4 Fortran errors, then got no execution when the program was corrected. Both things are not possible, but.... Then when I went to work for AOL, the trainers and the tech experts took three weeks to get a simple login to work for me. On and on, until I was famous at three different companies for having "impossible" things happen when I touched a computer.)
    Eric thank you for the feedback!! My goal has been to make the toughest crappie bait in the market so crappie/pan fisherman do not have to change baits after catching 2-3 fish. This helps keep their money in their pocket! Your testimony, above is greatly appreciated. Watching the grandkids catching fish, their smiles and squeals is just wonderful and rewarding! Here is the one you were using: Name:  Micro Minnow Crawdad.jpg
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    I have reorganized the website to have an area for Bait Styles and an Area for Bait Colors to make it easier for shoppers. Let me know hat you think. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank300 View Post
    I have reorganized the website to have an area for Bait Styles and an Area for Bait Colors to make it easier for shoppers. Let me know hat you think. Thanks.
    Frank, I just found that Yahoo is putting some of my crappie.com notifications (including this one from you) in spam, along with any email that comes from a Republican or conservative organization (are you a registered Republican?). Anyway, I had already looked at your new layout, and it is at least 100% better than it was before. I'm going to have to try some of those colors. Happy Thanksgiving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigskyfisherman View Post
    Frank, I just found that Yahoo is putting some of my crappie.com notifications (including this one from you) in spam, along with any email that comes from a Republican or conservative organization (are you a registered Republican?). Anyway, I had already looked at your new layout, and it is at least 100% better than it was before. I'm going to have to try some of those colors. Happy Thanksgiving.
    Thank you for the feedback! I do not know how Yahoo mail works. I use Windstream email so I do not have many issues. Glad you like the improvement. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
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    New Bait Style: Thumpster. Shown in Thunder Dan Laminate. 1.75" Also Available in Bi-Color and Solid Color. 12 to a package.
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    I like the thunder dan, looks like a killer bait, pun intended!!
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    New Color: Terminator 3. Baked in Scent. Glow Tail. Packaged in Malcolm's Slab Slobber.
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