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Everything Else / Re: Who lives in or near to Seagrove NC
« Last post by Chester on Today at 07:41:27 AM »
Welcome aboard ...  8)
That sure  would be  nice gottafish, come on ppl   lets have some  fun in here  !
Fishing Equipment / Re: rain gear
« Last post by Jig Man on April 25, 2017, 02:30:15 PM »
Haven't used them.  I have a BPS 100mph rain suit.  Quite pricey but very dry and warm for early spring and fall temps.
Fishing Equipment / Re: rain gear
« Last post by G3boats on April 25, 2017, 12:53:04 PM »
I have had a set of Frog Togs for 15 years now, but would suspect that current Frog Tog products are better than mine although I have been pleased with them.  I must confess that as I grow older fishing in the rain has lost its appeal so they have not gotten much use in the last few years.
Been on vaca but Nimmor is the winner here so we need to get him a hat and whatever else.
Winner Jacob Wheeler
Total weight 67lb's 4 oz's
Big fish  8lb 3oz
day one wt 17lb 4 oz

Come on lets get more people involved.
Everything Else / Who lives in or near to Seagrove NC
« Last post by jrbsr on April 23, 2017, 03:40:18 PM »
This is my first thread here.
I just found the site.
So who here lives near, or in Seagrove NC 27341?
winner: Stephen browning .,
Total wt. :63lbs. 6oz.
Bigbass: 7lbs 03oz.
Day 1 wt. 18lbs. 04oz.
Fishing Equipment / Re: Favorite Fluorocarbon Line
« Last post by Ed Gerdemann on April 23, 2017, 01:32:00 AM »
I do not have flouro on everything, but the reels with flouro are for plastics and have Seaguar InvizX 15lb, which is only .013 diameter and I found a 1000 yd spool on Amazon for $89. I figure it should last me a good while.  The Potomac is so murky most of the time that there are numerous anglers who don't even bother with fluorocarbon.  So don't ask why I use it..... just because I guess should I run into a little water with visibility of more than 2ft.  Probably stupid.

I've found that in moderately stained fluorocarbon is not necessary. I used to fish Alamo Lake out here, a lower desert lake with very moderately stained water, and I used nothing but braided and fused superlines and caught tons of fish. I don't believe fluorocarbon would have made a bit of difference there. Lake Powell is different in that on and near the main channel it is very clear often with 20-foot plus visibility. I quickly learned I got a lot more strikes day in and day out using fluorocarbon.  ;)
Fishing Equipment / Re: New Trapper hook design
« Last post by G3boats on April 22, 2017, 10:54:12 AM »
Did it again last week with the one rig with a 4/0 trapper hook and a Senko.  A nice 3lb 8oz right through the upper lip.  I think I am liking these hooks.
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