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Thread: Tried Out the New Rig

  1. #11
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    Whoops! Typo.. That's $200.00 with a decimal...

    The ole Quid-Pro-Quo... Let's me stay guilt free. And that = more stuff!!!

    Mark...
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    Well...back to the original topic...tried again for a few minutes in the lake this evening. No hits, but I did see a good sized gar just before I started - he would have been fun on the fly, but I doubt it was feeding - it was surfacing.

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    Hey ijsouth,

    It's just a matter of time before we are dazzled with a whopper of a fish on the new 9wt. Looking forward to it.



    Smiling_Dog- Can't argue with you there!!

    Mark...
    "Great things are done when men and mountains meet." William Blake

    http://www.mtff.org/ (For general interest in the Middle Tennessee area)

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    Well, these are just "test drives"...I really need to get out in the boat - and I also need to time it when the water is moving. If the tide is slack, you won't get anything. I did talk to a fellow from my church, who is building a camp down in Shell Beach (St Bernard Parish); the boat slip is already there. He said 4 of them went out on Monday, and struggled to put 30 fish in the ice chest; it's been very windy lately - tonight was the first time in a while it went calm, after the rains.

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