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Old 05-03-2013, 01:01 PM   #11
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I will look tomorrow when I go to the store what color is best and do you want me to grab some for you? I will push them right along for ya.
That's awfully nice of you but not necessary. I need to make a point to actually look locally next time im at the shop.

I like the black with blue flake. Years ago, I bought like 3 or 4 packs. I had them for a long time. I saw some 1/2 black 1/2 grey (really mullet looking)at Academy some time back and thought they would be great. I never did buy them cause I had so many of the Black w/blue flake.
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Old 05-03-2013, 01:16 PM   #12
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I've got this thing about this crappie pole gig, I just know it will work, I just know it.
I think if you walk gently a couple feet at a time and make an arc out in front of you covering an area approx 20 feet or so wide thoroughly I just cannot see how that will not work if they are indeed there.
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Im sure it would work but it may not be as effective as some other methods. I have stepped on many a flounder while wading so like most things in fishing, a little patience will go a long way.
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I bet Buck and Bass has some. I'll stop by on my way home and let ya know.
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Yes well the whole idea really is putting a slower pace on the movement of the bait, it may go up and down more but forward it can slow it way down, maybe enough to prove hard to let go by. With a life shrimp I can see that looking pretty irresistible.
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works just about anywhere flouder live...
http://capt-tim.blogspot.com/2011/05...gia-coast.html
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Old 05-04-2013, 01:28 PM   #17
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Thanks for the link, I do like the idea of hunting one specie. Never thought of flounder as structure loving, but it does make sense. Sorta tightens the stream a little.

I almost pulled the trigger on this pole in 12 foot yesterday, I may sign off on it today.

My dad used to have these tiny little solid aluminum reels on his crappie poles and I cannot find them anywhere and wish I knew who made them. They weren't much bigger than a quarter no finish and didnt hold a whole lot of line but enough, and were heavy duty too, last forever. I was thinking this is how I wanna have some play just in case.
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