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  1. #11
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    Sorry to hear about losing your favorite rod, but hopefully a replacement can be made or you can recover it. Nice catch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alphahawk View Post
    Nice catch. Sorry about the rod. One of the best ways I’ve seen to try and recover one is to take the old style metal stringers......open up all the clips on it and start casting it out around the area.


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    Sounds like a winner for sure. I am going to have to remember that

    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Quote Originally Posted by etexbasser View Post
    ... my newest favorite rod is now 14 foot down in the lake.
    At that depth, I would just jump in and look for it.
    I cheated in a crappie tournament and all I got was this lousy t-shirt.

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    Thanks for the replies. I thought about diving for it but I can’’t hold my breath that long. I think I will try to fish for it tomorrow, the old stringer trick sounds good.


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    A big heavy rattle trap does good in search mode too.
    We are all just passing by,
    And occupy our chair for but a short while
    Those we get to sit with are Gods gift

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    Good luck on finding the rod, have fished a few out with an old stringer and a heavy rattle trap. Lost one in some large scattered rocks and my buddy who just happened to have an Aqua View camera was on the lake that evening, he found it quickly between the rocks where my grappling attempts could not reach. Nice catch also!

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    Nice job catching...glad to hear you were not hurt when you fell in. Hopefully you can fish that rod out....I have heard real good things about the TFO rod.

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    Sorry about your "temporary" loss...unless someone gets it b4 you, it's not going anywhere! = my recommendation(adding a section of pool noodle can make it a marker too!

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    I tired to fish the rod out today but couldn’t get it, there were to many brush piles and I all could hook was the brush. I “fished” at it for about 45 minutes using several methods before I gave up.
    The wife felt sorry for me, so I ordered two more tonight.


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    Now you need to take the wife out to eat to say thanks, or cook her a mess of crappie!

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