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  1. Went to the show on Saturday and I'll echo what was said here. Not many tackle areas and lots of ATV's. I miss the days with the Arena full of events. On the plus side my kid caught a trout and was ecstatic so that made the day worthwhile
  2. Very cool! Tarpon fishing in Costa Rica is on my bucket list and hope to get there in the next few years.
  3. I’ll be at the Sportsmen show. Good to see it back and excited to take my 3 year old. He loves going to bass pro and sail so this will be fun for him
  4. This would be around lunchtime for you when the sun rises wouldnt it? haha Great picture!
  5. That sucks sorry to hear that. I lost my dream job at the beginning of the pandemic due to restrictions. Luckily I found something else but it still hurt. Ive lost what I thought this country was all about which is the freedom to make your own choices and travel and work without worrying that the government wont step in and take everything away from you if you didn't obey. Put it this way, pre March 2020 I was a staunch Liberal Trudeau voter(and I know we had our disagreements in the past because I was so left Chris lol). Now Im embarrassed that I thought that way.
  6. They are around. The key is to go veeeery slow with a Xrap or something suspending.
  7. Honestly you are better off posting your stuff on FB marketplace and joining some buy and sell fishing groups. The amount of time, effort and luck it takes to grow an instagram these days wouldn't be worth it. FB you can be up, running and selling quite quickly.
  8. Such a great tactic for this time of year. I was slaying them last weekend with a 3inch tube on a Ned rig dragging the bottom. The slower the better this time of year!
  9. Holy Cow it looks like it ate another rainbow lol
  10. Thanks guys. Tried to register at spoonpullers but have been waiting a while for activation. probably looking at around a 19 footer deep v less than 20k as I don’t want to get too much boat to begin with but something that can handle the lake. Don’t plan on going in rough weather but I know it can turn on a dime.
  11. Hi Everyone, The past few summers Ive been doing Charters on Lake O in the summer for Kings and I feel like this summer its time to take a plunge and start learning on my own because obviously Im hooked. Problem is I've never owned a boat or trolled on my own and I consider myself a complete newbie to it.Can anyone point me to some good resources on the best beginner boat and as well as resources on learning how to troll for salmon. I figure if I start in November, by spring I will have just enough knowledge to not get totally ripped off on a boat and not look like a fool setting up downriggers or dipsy's lol.
  12. Wasn't bad but also wasn't cheap lol, 475USD plus tip for a morning for a single. I think thats about the going rate for singles or doubles. Fun day all around
  13. Would be worth it to see you bring in a Tarpon in the toon!
  14. Finally got back to Clearwater Florida for a couple of weeks after missing last year due to the Pandemic. We stay at a cottage near Indian Rocks beach and always get some fishing in. Outside the usual Whiting, Jackfish and Catfish off the surf I was able to get out on the boat for some nearshore for some Snook and Bull Redfish hunting. While the Bulls weren't having any of what I would throw, the Snook were on fire! Landed two including my personal best 42inches and got cut off by about 5 more as they dove and broke me off before I could bring them up. Awesome time and cant get to go back in May for some Tarpon!
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