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Sly Selea

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About Sly Selea

  • Birthday 06/21/1962

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    Benton Harbor, MI
  • Home Port
    St Joseph, MI
  • Boat Name
    My Dawn
  1. Regardless of whether you double wrap or upgrade to the lock jaw clips, I highly recommend everyone upgrade to the stainless steel clips. You'll eventually lose the whole setup, especially if running braid, due to a tiny groove that will wear in the plastic pins and cut your line.
  2. Are you running at least 10 foot leaders on your divers? 20 feet would be even better. Slide divers allow even longer leaders. Just my opinion though.
  3. 'Zactly. You guys caught more Kings in one day than the entire Michigan side caught all summer. And let's not even talk about Browns.
  4. If it's not a 30 pound Brown or King, people from Wisconsin have trouble with it.
  5. Big Weenie sells them by the pack on their website, very inexpensive. Shipping would probably cost more than the product though.
  6. I recently picked up a gallon of Plasti-Dip that is phospher....phosphorece....fosforisen.....glows in the dark instead of the black I usually use. I dipped one of the balls I pour in it. It mostly retains the color of the native product (in this case lead), maybe darkened it a little and has a faint green tone to it. It does glow in the dark if I give it enough light, but not like a flashlight or anything. I haven't used it yet, but probably will this weekend. Has anyone ever heard of doing this, and do you think it will act as an attractant or a deterrent to fish? I'm concerned it may be overkill. Thanks
  7. That's a really good price. I enjoy pouring my own lead and only buy a couple hundred pounds at a time, but your price would be close to what I pay for just the lead. I think the last I bought was around $1.40 a pound. If I didn't enjoy it and cared about all the probable I.Q. points I've lost from inhaling lead fumes, I'd buy them from you.
  8. Might also consider staying on the slower side of Chinook speed if you are running dodgers and peanut flies in your spread.
  9. Also, the bags will have a weighted side and a floatie side sewn into the front opening (the floatie side goes on top). I recently move the front opening on mine slightly forward amidship and it made a noticeable improvement keeping my bow down and course true in rough seas.
  10. Also, the bags will have a weighted side and a floatie side sewn into the front opening (the floatie side goes up). I recently moved the front opening slightly forward amidships and it made a noticeable improvement keeping my nose down and course true in rough seas.
  11. Also, the bags have a weighted side and floatie side sewn in to the front opening (the floatie side goes up). I recently moved mine a little forward so the front opening is slightly forward amidships, and it noticeably helps keep my nose down and heading true in rough seas.
  12. Also, the bags have a weighted side and floatie side sewn in to the front opening (the floatie side goes up). I recently moved mine a little forward so the front opening is slightly forward amidships, and it noticeably helps keep my nose down and heading true in rough seas.
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