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  1. Looking for fishcrafter tip-ups. Working order and parts tip-ups as well. Shoot me a message with what you have and where your at. Thanks for looking!!!
  2. Stlawrencesnake

    Lil frog pin reel

    Would be interested in trading for an insulated flip over clam or a vexilar.
  3. It's a 4 1/2" reel in good condition. Shoot me your # and I'll send you some pics
  4. Stlawrencesnake

    WTB Abu Rod

    I thought cheerywood was a Berkeley rod? I might be wrong but that's what I seem to remember?
  5. Trade the fl-20 for a lil frog centerpin reel?
  6. Trade the fl-20 for a lil frog centerpin reel?
  7. FS is a frogwater lil frog, black on black with a solid back plate. Used in good condition. Asking $425 shipped or $400 picked up in Pulaski. Shoot me a # and I'll send pics.
  8. Bottom bounce the channel marker drops
  9. Stlawrencesnake

    Protecting SLR walleyes

    Well when the guides go out with a boat load of people and kill everything that comes over the rail in the same handful of spots day after day, year after year do they not expect their #s to go down? I know plenty of guides, they do nothing to help the situation. All they do is whine and cry about how good it once was. Well imo it's nobody's fault more than their own.
  10. Stlawrencesnake

    SLR Limit 7/6

    I was working up by TI park today and think I saw that muskie float by. Was it up that way?
  11. Stlawrencesnake

    SLR Eyes

    Yes sir, 160! And they smash em down there, really need to put the boots to em down there.
  12. Stlawrencesnake

    SLR Eyes

    Well we caught in 160 foot if that tells you anything. Same spots and tactics as if it were August!
  13. Stlawrencesnake

    SLR Eyes

    Same spots same patterns
  14. Stlawrencesnake

    SLR Eyes

    1oz will fine. Just have to know how to keep bottom. If all else fails you can never go wrong with a meat rig.
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