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  1. Make an offer if interested
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  3. Hi MikeyP, They are all the larger size. I believe that makes them 3 1/4" or 3 1/2" in length. Let me know if you have another other questions. -Chris
  4. Hello, Selling my Michigan Stinger / Flintstone spoons. I have 27 in total; 9 are used, 18 have never seen water Asking $100 shipped -Chris
  5. Hello, Im listing my collection of Red Eye spoons. A few have not been used but most are used. 34 in total Asking $105 -Chris
  6. Hi Tom, Sounds like a plan! Hopefully I can hand deliver these to you next trip out! -Chris
  7. Hi everyone, The weather this weekend let me clean and organize some gear. I have some gear that could use a new home. Some new, some may have been run and some are used. Many are doubles. Price is listed below but if you feel that is not reasonable send me a PM and I'm sure we can work something out. They are meant to be fished and not sitting in my tackle box. Thanks, Chris 8" pro trolls - $50 11" meat paddles - $55 $100 for everything or best reasonable offer! Located in Penfield, NY (14526)
  8. With the short bus flashers, are you running meat rigs, flies or spoons? With the pure rotational movement of the shortbus I was curious if flies/meat would get the same action as a traditional flasher. Thanks, -Chris
  9. This is a great post fishstix and thank you to everyone who has posted. I am also running low on beads and spring clips but have these website(s) saved can help me order!
  10. Sorry for you loss - he will still be with you every time you hit the water!
  11. These are sold. Apologies for not changing the designation to sold
  12. Awesome - thank you. Do you also change the # test of your leaders when pulling spoons vs flasher/spin doctor - fly?
  13. Hi Everyone, I'm currently going through the process of re-tying all leaders and terminal tackle for my lead core (3,5,7,10), copper (300,400) and dipsy (2) set ups. I have traditionally run the leader lengths true to my rod length to aid in netting/playing the fish. The more I read, the more I learn I may be missing out. I am sure there is some variety in the time of year and what you are pulling behind each but in general for an angler who gets 5-7 trips on the water in a year, what is an appropriate leader length for LC/Copper/Dipsy? I appreciate in advance anyone who is willing to take time out of their day to answer my question. -Chris
  14. If interested, feel free to PM an offer. Thanks, Chris
  15. I considered adding a downrigger to the boat but have sided against it. I have the mounting set up now available: All new 12 inch black track with end caps and mounting hardware 45 degree angle mounts 3 inch non-swivel downrigger mount 12 inch insert pad $125 Thanks, Chris
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