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dick tabbert left a comment for Rob Hilton
"Welcome aboard Rod to fishing electronics. For the person who wants just that little bit more out of there electronics or just has questions. A group of fisherman who know there electronics and those that want to learn. "
3 minutes ago
David, aka, "McScruff" commented on Logan's group gillyakers
"Again, Andy is right. And if you follow Allen's advice, don't forget that wallet. You WILL be lightening it, guaranteed"
8 minutes ago
Allen Morgan commented on Logan's group gillyakers
"Rob, you need to find a kayak dealer new you that does some kind of event that lets you test-paddle several different brands/models/sizes.  This will let you decide what fits you, your loading/carry capacity, and how you fish."
10 minutes ago
Andy is OptiMystic commented on Logan's group gillyakers
"It should be much more comfy to sit in a Hobie; you won't have that fat wallet on one side. ;^>"
24 minutes ago
David, aka, "McScruff" commented on Logan's group gillyakers
"What Andy said, and a bit more. Im nearly 60 and would not want to manhandle one of those Hobies.I had one for two years, and the best thing ever invented is the Mirage drive system. But they are not for the weak. I threw my back out with the thing,…"
28 minutes ago
Andy is OptiMystic commented on Logan's group gillyakers
"People love Hobies while on the water in over 18" (assuming you are looking at pedal drive). They are pricey and heavy; lots of people trailer them. The PAs are like little bass boats. Mostly if you can spare the cash and will generally be…"
1 hour ago
Rob Hilton commented on Logan's group gillyakers
"Hi Guys... I Was watching the Hobie World Championships from Holland on TV this morning. Do any of the members own one or have tested one out? I'm looking to buy a Kayak and there are literally hundreds on the market... It's mind boggling…"
1 hour ago
Rob Hilton joined Logan's group
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gillyakers

for anyone in the pursuit of bull gills on kayaks/canoes
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Rob Hilton joined Slip Sinker's group
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TIPS, HINTS N TRICKS FOR BETTER BLUEGILL

Start a discussion on any hint tip or trick that you would like to share to help the rest of us have a more productive and enjoyable day on the water fishing for our favorite targets. it could be something as simple as smart phone app, drift sock or…See More
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Rob Hilton joined bluegillboogieman's group
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HOW TO

A place to put explicit details of how to. Like how to remove a hook from your buddy's ear, or how to put a cricket on a hook.
1 hour ago
Rob Hilton joined jose "nacho" mejia's group
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so cal spiners

anyone living in south California and loves to use awesome spinning gear. this is also here to show off your successful set up on what line rod and reel your using and for what conditions you use it for.you can also post your most successful in line…See More
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Rob Hilton joined dick tabbert's group
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FISHING ELECTRONICS

A fun group for the person who wants just that little bit more out of there electronics or just has questions. A group of fisherman who know and enjoy there electronics and don't mind sharing and those that have questions and want to lerarn. See More
1 hour ago
Andy is OptiMystic replied to Joe Angelucci's discussion Microfishing
"I have used tiny bream as catfish bait. It is legal in NC as long as they are legally taken by hook and line. I use a tiny midge on the fly rod. I am not sure what my smallest fish caught is, but I have released several that were too small or…"
1 hour ago
jim cosgrove replied to Joe Angelucci's discussion Microfishing
"guitar strings are made of some pretty tough wire and quite thin.if you or anyone you know plays .i have some that is very thin but is extremely strong."
1 hour ago
Slip Sinker replied to Joe Angelucci's discussion Microfishing
"Joe check this out http://www.infobarrel.com/The_Best_Collapsible_Fishing_Rod_Available https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtsTq811_J0 that little reel is only 10 bucks looks like maybe you could adapt to your small pole rods.. i think i may purchase…"
2 hours ago
Michael replied to Joe Angelucci's discussion Microfishing
" hey im new to tha site but been making my own tanago hooks from bread tie twist by burning of tha plastic n tha springs in click type fountain pens jewlers/dyke/ type hobby tools the metal in tha pens is very strong n thin "
2 hours ago
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My most productive warmwater "fly"

"My biggest issue with Gulp is that it hardens if allowed to dry and for this I like to be able to have it hooked and ready in the fly box so I don't have to take so much stuff. I do also use unweighted grubs."
3 hours ago
Slip Sinker commented on Nathanael Deloach's photo
3 hours ago
DAVID L EITUTIS commented on Keith Ritter's photo
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Ray of Sunshine

"GOTTA AGREE WITH JEFFREY , OLD DICKY IS FANTASTIC......"
3 hours ago
jim cosgrove commented on Andy is OptiMystic's photo
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My most productive warmwater "fly"

"i have seen guys super glue plastics to hooks and throw them on a fly rod.all kinds of micro plastics ouy there and making a mold your self wouldnt be hard.i am sure the gulp crickets etc could be cast on a flyrod if you tied a barb made of wire…"
3 hours ago

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