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    Thank you Vic N! Couldn't find that on their site...

    Thank you Vic N! Couldn't find that on their site from my phone. Exactly what I was looking for.


    -Alexander
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    I do have a rod lathe and from what I have read...

    I do have a rod lathe and from what I have read this stuff is supposed to be pretty good. I was going to go for a few lighter coats anyways, simply because it usually makes for a better finish. I was...
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    Threadmaster 1 part?

    Anyone have any tips for using the one part thread finish when rod building? The bottle says to go to their site for directions, but nothing of the sort is there. I can probably figure it out, but...
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    Been a while, a few pics.

    Haven't been on here all winter, getting the itch...

    Here's a few recent photos.

    Land's End, S.F. CA...
  5. Thread: Pellet trap

    by fast14riot
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    Find a local cabinet maker, ask them to assist in...

    Find a local cabinet maker, ask them to assist in construction or to donate. Small local businesses will utilize and appreciate the tax write off more than the local HD or other global companies.
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    Something old and something new

    Getting a new rig together for this season, figured I'd try to put a little more old school into my kit. I already use some great vintage gear, but this one will be an upgrade for sure!

    Rod is St....
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    The less expensive type of auto inflate PFD uses...

    The less expensive type of auto inflate PFD uses like an aspirin tablet that disolves and actuates it. My PFD is an offshore rated safety harness and has a hydrostatic switch, but I also race...
  8. Sounds like either a Rogers Hawg Hunter or a...

    Sounds like either a Rogers Hawg Hunter or a Dalton Fish Stick. I think the Rogers HH was weighted in the back. Basic category is "stick bait" if you want to do some seraching.


    -Alexander
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    I have not even touched a Slim Jim in maybe a...

    I have not even touched a Slim Jim in maybe a decade, I just can't bring myself to buy one for my consumption or any animal, lol! But I have used hot dog.


    -Alexander
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    Thanks, it only has 4 guides now, but I think I'm...

    Thanks, it only has 4 guides now, but I think I'm going to make it into 6 eyes. Might want to do it vintage style with silk wrapping and just a urethane over the wraps rather than a high build glossy...
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    Some people tape over the rings too. But, when I...

    Some people tape over the rings too. But, when I say Tennessee style handle, most people know what I mean ;-)

    -Alexander
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    Here's another one of my photos. ...

    Here's another one of my photos.

    http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f295/fast14riot/D200%20Random%20shots/2014-07-28_10-18-54_zpsmczjbabh.jpg~original
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    Looking for some suggestions on good vintage...

    Looking for some suggestions on good vintage spinning reels. I really like my little Bronson Buddy 800 but don't know if I want two of them. Something with a decent drag (at least two clutch discs)...
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    I have a couple of those stashed away, good solid...

    I have a couple of those stashed away, good solid reels and even make good backups to modern reels! Good score!


    -Alexander
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    I'm a photographer and I own these photos, so...

    I'm a photographer and I own these photos, so here's something to look at in this thread...

    http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f295/fast14riot/AR15/2014-12-18_03-57-55_zpsj2e4vpbh.jpg~original
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  16. ^^ Thanks. That's a bit far for me just for a...

    ^^ Thanks. That's a bit far for me just for a fishing trip. About 8-10 hours drive.

    I've started getting into some bigger fish lately, I think figuring out the tides and water temps has helped a...
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    Found another St. Croix vintage rod at the flea...

    Found another St. Croix vintage rod at the flea market today for $5! It's pretty rough, but with some new guides and elbow grease it will be another good rod. I believe this is an 8100-L 72" which...
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    Vintage gear fun

    Today's trip with my dad and son for bluegill I decided to use a vintage rig. It's a 1960's St. Croix blank that was custom built for me back in the 90's with classic double foot stainless eyes by my...
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    Vintage gear for today's outing...

    http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f295/fast14riot/Fotor_143968187343993_zpsw7ogxpra.jpg~original


    -Alexander
  20. Found a few bigger fish today finally! Started...

    Found a few bigger fish today finally! Started fishing at low and fished the incoming tide for a few hours. Found the typical schoolies biting quick and strong while the surface temp was still cool....
  21. For a boat name, especially a project boat, I've...

    For a boat name, especially a project boat, I've always liked "Never Again II"

    All my race boats are named after disasters, Riot, Rampage, Wildfire. It was a theme that just kind of stuck for me....
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    fly rod conversion?

    I have an old 8'6" fiberglass fly rod that I am thinking of converting to a panfish rod. Problem is this thing is a full/slow action wet noodle. It was a hand built rod back in the 70's. Does anyone...
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    Most friendly and best place for advice!


    -Alexander
  24. Thread: Welcome Blk

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    If this is the BLK I'm thinking of from Southern...

    If this is the BLK I'm thinking of from Southern CA, welcome aboard buddy! If not, welcome aboard buddy! Lol!


    -Alexander
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    Some portraits

    Many people think shooting portraits is difficult. If you let it be, sure, but if you take away the fact that it's a person and start looking at your subject just like any other still life, start...
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    A quick search revealed many threads just for...

    A quick search revealed many threads just for this.... like this one

    http://www.crappie.com/crappie/main-crappie-fishing-forum/54043-line/

    But, quick answer is whatever is on sale. Most all...
  27. I know they're here. I just have to find them. I...

    I know they're here. I just have to find them. I need to get my float tube going, but in a river it can be tough to hold position or to walk back a couple miles to where I put in at. The rivers here...
  28. I'm in the San Joaquin Valley, in Stockton. I've...

    I'm in the San Joaquin Valley, in Stockton. I've seen bigger fish come out of these bodies of water, I just need to locate them and try to catch them. Unfortunately here bluegill are mostly...
  29. Getting through the schoolies to find bigger fish?

    I have been enjoying some short trips in the local rivers and always catch fish, but they always seem to be the little guys. I'm typically using just live worms on a #10 under a slip float because...
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    I am in ocean navigable waterways, so any light...

    I am in ocean navigable waterways, so any light turned on after dark must be red so I can maintain my night vision for seeing channel markers and other landmarks. No white lights allowed on my boats...
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