The first batch of the "Offshore Series" are done. 25 lures, took about two weeks. I finally went with the lathe. Makes things a lot easier and I believe the product is better as well. Let me know what you guys (ladies too) think. At least a half dozen of these are for Xanadu if he still wants them. I apologize again for the delay. Hopefully they are worth it. Xanadu send me an email if you would still like to receive your order. BLKFLYZ I also still have your lures. AND the rest of the "Inshore series" will be out in a week or so. If there is anyone who might want to make an order, shoot me an email. Thanks again to all of you on PFF who have supported this project since the beginning. And those of you whom ordered I will be in contact soon. Enjoy! The new price for lures (if not already ordered) is $10-$15 for the "Inshore Series" and $15-$20 for the "Offshore Series", plus a free ticket to "Offshore". :letsdrink
I pulled one of his cedar plug type lures for just a few minutes at the end of my last trip a few months back. It hada very unique action. I actually pulled it on an outrigger since it "pushed and wiggled" more than darted like a typical cedar plug. I was impressed. I'll give it some time - and I'm sure it will get hammered.
I will be passing the panhandle Mon or Tues enroute to Louisiana delivering gator hunt supplies. I will also have with me different sizes of bridge /Pier gaffs to sell. Hit me up with a text if you want to meet me on I-10 for one. My cell is 352-279-6961 Thank you and stay safe.
We were cleaning out the garage and I found a new, still in the original box Ballyhoop net I bought a while ago but since a buddy I fish with had one, I never opened it. Anchor up, start chumming, and when the bait shows up you float it back in the current (or to the bottom with a weight if...
I've got two lightly-used Penn 345 GTi reels in great shape. They both have some mono as backing, just add your braid or line of choice and they're ready to go.
$80 each in Pensacola, $90 each if I have to ship.