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    Litewirehooker, how do you keep the jigs from...

    Litewirehooker, how do you keep the jigs from sliding around and touching? I tried using the rack in my toaster oven but I had too much trouble keeping the jigs apart. Admittedly I'm impatient so...
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    Me?

    Me?
  3. Good trip. Interesting that your water temp is 2...

    Good trip. Interesting that your water temp is 2 degrees warmer than ours. Same river but you’re further north
  4. Thread: Inland lake

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    Yes. It's deep, and clear, and if there's a...

    Yes. It's deep, and clear, and if there's a crappie in it, I never saw one. I went a couple years ago in the spring and long lined all day. We caught a few dinky spots and that's it. I won't be...
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    Is the name of the lake Big Creek Lake and it’s...

    Is the name of the lake Big Creek Lake and it’s located near Tanner Williams?

    If so I have a friend that lives down that way and this is what he said when I texted him. “Very clear very deep and...
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    I’ve never even heard of that lake.

    I’ve never even heard of that lake.
  7. Thread: 8 mile creek

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    Every time I see this post pop up, I think 8 mile...

    Every time I see this post pop up, I think 8 mile creek sounds like it should be right beside 7 mile island, but that's in the wrong state. LOL

    Glad you got your stuff back.
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    I was bowfishing at Millers Ferry around 25 years...

    I was bowfishing at Millers Ferry around 25 years ago and we had a 10-12 footer come under the 16' boat we were in. We were in about 3' of water. It rocked the boat about as much as that guys...
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    Nope, nope, nope

    Nope, nope, nope
  10. Thread: Congo hair

    by FurFlyin
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    I haven't tied any like his yet, but it looks...

    I haven't tied any like his yet, but it looks simple enough. I have been tying mine on first thing, then tying a jig. His way can be done before or after. He ties them to the eye shank between the...
  11. Thread: Congo hair

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    These are my first attempts at using it. There...

    These are my first attempts at using it. There are some really good YouTube videos showing it used for fly tying.

    https://i.postimg.cc/RVgncHLh/1341-E268-CF3-A-4-DFD-8-A7-A-39-BA7-B3-F67-A1.jpg
  12. Thread: Congo hair

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    I didn't read the description but had already...

    I didn't read the description but had already noticed it holds its shape underwater. It doesn't flatten out like hair or marabou. You can trim it to whatever shape you want and it stays that way. ...
  13. Thread: Congo hair

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    Congo hair

    One of our members sent me a couple of jigs to examine his way of tying a weed guard. One of the jigs was made from a material I had never seen before so I asked him what it was and turns out it's...
  14. Thread: Hey G - Love

    by FurFlyin
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    Hey G - Love

    Hey G, or one of you other mods, somebodies gurlfriend is running amuck in the Kansas ask the biologist forum. Either that or it's one of those double naught KGB hacker spies. LOL
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    That is good stuff. We get it at Sherwin...

    That is good stuff. We get it at Sherwin Williams. We use it occasionally at the shop, if we have something that rusts after sandblasting, etc... One tip, don't use it in a place where it can drip...
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    [QUOTE=tlefire;4095465] About a 5000 watt I...

    About a 5000 watt I think. LOL It’s a Quisenart toaster oven and I called it my easy bake oven one time and it sorta stuck. I keep all my jig making stuff at our shop so that’s now what all the...
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    Weight, strength and sensitivity. I’ve got some...

    Weight, strength and sensitivity. I’ve got some fiberglass rods and I don’t use them much anymore.
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    This is the rack for my easy bake oven. I’ve...

    This is the rack for my easy bake oven. I’ve tried several things and this works best for me

    https://i.postimg.cc/6QXQDfKt/74886-E84-0-FB1-43-D2-A7-F2-6-E8-EEC697391.jpg
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    I think that would cause me to come to a sudden...

    I think that would cause me to come to a sudden and abrupt stop.
  20. Thread: Still trying

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    I now realize that what I posted sounded kind of...

    I now realize that what I posted sounded kind of creepy. LOL What I meant was that I enjoy your posts very much. You are a tinkerer and I am too.
  21. Good trip. Congrats.

    Good trip. Congrats.
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    I agree with the others, they are way overbuilt...

    I agree with the others, they are way overbuilt for either use. It takes a pretty good sized bolt or spike to attach them to whatever they were supposed to be attached to. Maybe someone will know...
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    IMO if you aren't casting jigs and reeling them...

    IMO if you aren't casting jigs and reeling them in, only dropping them and fishing, it really doesn't make much difference. I've got some cheap ones from Amazon that I use for long lining and...
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    Regarding a toaster over, get the one they've got...

    Regarding a toaster over, get the one they've got at the thrift store. That's the best model for curing jigs.... Mine cost less than $4 and it's cured lots of jigs.

    I guess I'm not...
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    I have a set of 8 of the 14 footers Spider Trolls...

    I have a set of 8 of the 14 footers Spider Trolls as well. I use them for spider rigging and for pushing jigs. I've used them with 2 ounces of weight pushing crankbaits on one trip to MS. They did...
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    [QUOTE=lowe175;4092800]now how and when do yall...

    [QUOTE=lowe175;4092800]now how and when do yall want to eat so hard luck can make plans for the place to eat.[quote]

    Early and often
  27. Thread: Still trying

    by FurFlyin
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    Whether I post on it or not, I peek at every post...

    Whether I post on it or not, I peek at every post you write.
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    I'm fishing every chance I get and buying "small...

    I'm fishing every chance I get and buying "small ticket" items. Get out and go fishing!
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    I live less than an hour from Weiss. I've fished...

    I live less than an hour from Weiss. I've fished it maybe 3 times. I'd go somewhere else.
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    If you can get a 5 gallon gas can higher than the...

    If you can get a 5 gallon gas can higher than the tank in the boat, as in it sitting on the deck above it, these work great. Takes about 5 seconds to prime it, then gravity does the rest. It will...
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