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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)
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That sure  would be  nice gottafish, come on ppl   lets have some  fun in here  !
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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.
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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.
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Been on vaca but Nimmor is the winner here so we need to get him a hat and whatever else.
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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.
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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?
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winner: Stephen browning .,
Total wt. :63lbs. 6oz.
Bigbass: 7lbs 03oz.
Day 1 wt. 18lbs. 04oz.
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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.  ;)
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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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