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 on: Today at 03:46:33 PM 
Started by mikeysm - Last post by RowdyW
Hmmmm, a faster squidder, isn't that a jigmaster in 3 different widths ?  Huh? And with gear ratios all the way to 5:1 .

 on: Today at 02:54:59 PM 
Started by Midway Tommy - Last post by Ruffy
Thatís too funny Tommy, Iíd have done the same though. Great write up! Out of interest, is there anything else eclectic or odd waiting in that tote of yours?


 on: Today at 12:51:41 PM 
Started by mikeysm - Last post by Cortez_Conversions
We're not talking Magnums, just regular Squidder plates here fellas.

 on: Today at 12:30:05 PM 
Started by pjstevko - Last post by pjstevko
Snapper creek park right before you get there,,,there's a small bridge on sw 102nd pl and some apartments you can fish around for peacocks bass,,,,,,  Grin

Which city?
kendall below Miami,,,,,, Grin


 on: Today at 12:13:09 PM 
Started by spc7669 - Last post by happyhooker
I took Wally15s recommendation and got ahold of a copy of "The Old Man and the Boy".  If you like the outdoors and believe that being self-reliant is one of the most admirable character traits a person can have, you will feel right at home with this book.  Too bad kids (and people in general) probably can't/don't live this way any longer.  It sure might be good for the kids.  I live in a rural area, and other than a rare farm kid, maybe, there are no kids growing up anywhere close to the way the Boy did anymore.


 on: Today at 12:05:37 PM 
Started by Midway Tommy - Last post by Midway Tommy
Thanks, everyone, for the compliments!

I had always wondered about these...of course you have one  Grin
Awesome write up and pictures!

It was one of my earlier acquisitions, Kevin. It's so odd looking I had to have it.  Grin When I got it, at least 12 or 15 years ago, I removed the spool and saw that chain.  Shocked It frightened me so much I packaged it back up in bubble wrap and put it in my "to tackle someday tote". Grin Well, enough time and restos have passed so that when I came across awhile back it I decided it was about time to clean it up and get it displayed.  Cool 

 on: Today at 11:42:37 AM 
Started by Crow - Last post by Midway Tommy
Great reminder, Arlyn! How easily it is to forget where most of us, at the time paupers, started.  Wink

Back in '70, @ 20, I broke the threaded handle shaft off my first open face spinner, a Mitchell 304. I decided to invest in a quality reel, a Zebco Cardinal 6, as a replacement. My father-in-law at the time used cheap reels and had given me a couple of his extras. One was a plastic piece of crap, a Zebco 202, that my wife would use occasionally. Well, one day my dad, myself & another guy went to a nearby lake to do some boat fishing. I didn't want to take the chance on damaging my new Cardinal 6, it was for serious stuff like trips to MN, etc. I took that 202 and low and behold I landed a 6.5 lb walleye on that plastic thing with about 4 lb test line! It stood as my largest walleye for close to 30 years.  Smiley

Here's my reminder. That's my dad in the background. We were both a lot younger and thinner in those days.  Cheesy

 on: Today at 11:23:10 AM 
Started by pjstevko - Last post by mo65
Poll:  Who is better looking Darcy Sizzle or Monster Mike?   Cheesy Grin  Dominick


 on: Today at 11:18:22 AM 
Started by pjstevko - Last post by RowdyW
Do people eat any of these exotics?
I know that they eat the peacocks but I don't know about the knife fish.       Rudy

 on: Today at 11:15:42 AM 
Started by mikeysm - Last post by mo65
Is there going to be room for Jigmaster gears (aka Squidder Magnum)?
I would recommend room for double-dogs or these guys will just make room would save us all a lot of trouble.

I'm all for a magnum too, especially for the possibility of a gear ratio higher than 3:1 on a Squidder.     

   Yes!  A faster Squidder is the direction everyone wants to go.

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