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LSCN Pirate
Age:
40 years old
Birthday:
November 1, 1973
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Van Buren Twp.

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Real Name::
Rick
Boat Type::
Ranger 619
Boat Name::
Lola Montez

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  1. In Topic: Michigans only no out of state Fisherman wanted

    11 March 2014 - 06:16 PM

    View Postbuckeyebob, on 08 March 2014 - 09:12 AM, said:

    Yes there will be plenty of out of state car in the parking lot I have no problem with that. People have a right to choose where to spend there money. My club have been fishing

    St Clair opening week yes week for the last 7 years we have a total of 25 boats or more for this tourney that's no less then 50 people. Most of us are there for a week spend money on hotels, food and entertainment not speaking of lots and lots of GAS. Well last night our St Clair tourney will be held on Kentucky Lake. Yes we will miss the small mouth bite on this lake but we are not going to support the DNR of Michigan for a week of fishing. We will miiss it but as I said before it is a choice and we have made it good luck and keep a tight line.




    "we are not going to support the DNR of Michigan".....wow dude! Are you $hi**ing me?!?!?! A few more bucks to maybe add a few more conservation officers and help protect our resources is not even a drop in the bucket compared to what most of us spend on fishing. Get a clue man! Good riddance....
  2. In Topic: Finally Decided on an auger

    04 December 2013 - 05:54 PM

    Love my Strikemaster! I have a Lazer Mag and will never use a hand auger again......
  3. In Topic: Musky Casting 8/25

    26 August 2013 - 09:06 PM

    Yep, the 20 is just fine. Not the same pick up as the 30 or 40. But it is plenty good. The 30 and 40 are too big for my liking.

    Sorry Zib, My Dyslexia causes me to learn things from the wrong side....Posted Image Correction- the 20 and 30 have the same line pick up. The 40 has more....
  4. In Topic: Musky Casting 8/25

    26 August 2013 - 07:08 PM

    The Revo Toro Winch will make easy work of the 10's but you will lose speed. If you want cranking power AND speed, you should consider a Daiwa Saltist. Especially if you throw blades 90% of the time. Or if money is no object, get a Tranx.
  5. In Topic: Musky Casting 8/25

    26 August 2013 - 04:10 PM

    For those of you talking about the Revo Toro 6.4:1 HS, 8's are as big as you can go for throwing blades with that reel. I have that reel and love the line pick up, but it just don't have the cranking power for 10's. You'll be hurting before 10 casts......

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