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Re: Collapsing Your Rod

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My wifes a english teacher, I live with a human spell and grammar check. I also swear like a sailor! Imagine that!

Posted on: 2010/6/19 6:07
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Re: Collapsing Your Rod

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YOUNZ all talk funny........heh

Posted on: 2010/9/24 7:17


Re: Collapsing Your Rod

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For short hops between pools or short drives , try winding the fly into the tip top , fold in half and go , very simple , only down side is it can damage a fly if you don't exercise a lil care.

Posted on: 2010/9/24 7:22


Re: Collapsing Your Rod

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For short hops, I find that the sunroof in my car is actually good for something. Just look out for those low branches in Boiling Springs!

Posted on: 2010/10/8 23:17


Re: Collapsing Your Rod

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Under the windshield wiper, fully assembled.

I can't do it any more because the jeep's windshield is basically vertical.

Posted on: 2010/10/8 23:23


Re: Collapsing Your Rod

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JayL...........reminds me of the time i sat a fairly expensive outfit on the top of my truck and then took my waders and vest off and down the road a few miles remembered the rod was up there....only , it was gone , backtracked and couldn't find it so i went out the next day and bought a new one jus like it.......the wife left not long after that hmmmmmm

Posted on: 2010/10/20 10:28


Re: Collapsing Your Rod

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The ski rack I bought on craigslist for $15 was an awesome addition for moving rods around.

They get a little curvy at 70mph on the highway, but 'round town, works like a champ.

Posted on: 2010/10/20 10:43
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Re: Collapsing Your Rod

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Go to Staples and look in the computer section for small velcro straps used to bind up and control computer wires. They are a great alternative to twist ties for this purpose, and they're inexpensive.

Posted on: 2010/10/20 11:44


Re: Collapsing Your Rod

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Velcro has so many good uses in our sport/pastime i have many of my tools velcroed to the front of my tying bench , right there within reach. I broke the clip that comes on a Flip=Focal and now have several velcroed fishing hats that will hold them it's endless.

Posted on: 2010/10/24 13:38



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