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Today, 08:58 AMIf you guys are having a hard time getting your chuck off come by the shop let me take a look at it . Most can be taken off and it's really easy once you see how it's done. I have done about 5 of them for guys
I have a Rigid brand drill which uses loctite. Took it to someone I know who tried to get it off for me and it was a no go. I'm just going to use the new clam drill plate and not worry about it.
Yesterday, 09:36 AMThey are no longer making the one where you take the Chuck off. We have zero stock left over from last year on that item. All we have instock is the new model where the Chuck stays on.
OK thanks Justin, that's what I wanted.. For some reason I'm unable to remove the chuck from my drill motor so I can't use the model that needs to attach directly to the chuck shaft.
I purchased that clam plate last year cause it was on sale. Had the same problem with being unable to remove the chuck from my drill. Hopefully I'll be able to sell it.
23 November 2015 - 05:19 PMNice ski's. About what time where you fishing over there? I'll have to make my way out there and see if I can finally hit the 40" mark.
17 November 2015 - 05:12 PMyes for sure smallies are def. on the top of my list. I cannot move my arms after catching 40-50 smallies, and they do not quit fighting.
For me after catching about 7 on consecutive casts my arm was starting to get a tad sore. I could only imagine what it would feel like to catch 6 times that.
16 November 2015 - 07:26 PM
Looks like a stealie to me.
Do you have a pic of the tail?
I eat stealhead every time I catch them.
Very nice on a cedar plank after a maple syrup and garlic marinade.
The tail isn't forked like a salmons would be. Also the gums are white and not black.