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  1. Same thing happened here. my wife ordered a "king" jacket mid november ish for me for xmas. Nothing, then promised it would be delivered after xmas. Nothing not even an email unless we contacted them. Sorry the items arent in yet was all we got. Finally close to the end of Januaray we recieved the item. Heard a few stories like yours and mine. Better to buy fishbum merch from outlets like bass pro or where ever, that way it will say if its in stock or not, rather from the site itself. That said, the do carry a great product and the price point for there product is spot on imo.
  2. i found it....from Finland or sweden. Salsa Flasher
  3. You wouldnt have a picture of one would you?
  4. I saw the other night a guy who just landed a salmon and he had a unique shaped flasher on, like a large apex lure, but as a flasher. Has anyone seen anything like this, or know what it would be? It wasn't a Yakima bait or kone zone flasher, as I am familiar with them Thanks
  5. yea I figured....but hey...always a chance right!
  6. WKRP.....if you are serious....PM maybe? Gallie....that would be great...thanks FloatnFly...thanks for the links I forgot about fishergirl Thanks for all the input guys
  7. lol.....hey if my little girl wants to come fish with me and have her own pink downrigger card, you can consider my man card turned in!!
  8. I know I can get rods generally used for other types of fishing. I know I can spray paint as well but would rather purchase one that is already pink. My daughter wants her own downrigger road, and we can settle on pink, just no princesses on it.
  9. As the title suggests, im looking for a pink downrigger rod! I have been looking around and can not find anything. I know it may be a stretch but im just curious if anyone out there has seen one or would know of where to get one. Thanks
  10. http://www.marttiini.fi/en_GB Marttinni knives, straight from Finland. IMO one of the best. Was in Helsinki for the world juniors and got to handle many of their collections. Excellent knives
  11. he made downrigger mounts for me as well....absolultely amazing workmanship!
  12. thanks for kind replies guys, and for keeping a topic like this civil. hahah
  13. hahaha thats what i thought...i always thought that the fight of an atlantic was 6 feet below and 6 feet above the surface. This thing bulldoged. I was just looking through my scott and crossman freshwater fishes of canada (which i should have done before), and its a brown thanks everyone for the help
  14. this is a bad picture, but this one says brown to me???? :wallbash: [/url]">http://
  15. Thanks for the id guys Sault Michigan is below the locks at the St. Mary's River, which is why i was a litle baffled at this. the MIchipicoten is around 220 km north of the locks
  16. I recently caught and released this gorgeous 27 inch fish. At first i thought it was a brown but more and more i am thinking its and atlantic. it was caught in Lake Superior out in front of the Michipicoten.
  17. If there was a "like" button, i would have hit it for this!
  18. Pick you battles.....i would try to teach the difference between hunting and animals that have lived free and animals that end up in the grocery store? You are definitly in a tough spot, but i think overall support is what she will probably need.....although us dad do need to stick together
  19. I am about to make wine for the first time, and my wife's uncle told her to be careful of a few things. First off, she is pregnant with number 2 and i know there will be a smell associated with the process, but how bad will the smell be and will it actually have an effect? The comments kind of worried her, this with her hesitations of me doing this, isn't boding well for me. She doesn't want the house smelling like a winery for 2 months. I remember my dad making wine when i was young, but never remember a strong smell, only when he was transferring to the carboy's or bottling. Thanks
  20. i think why the moose count seems to be low, or why hunters are not seeing more like they use to, is due to logging. in the past most hunts were done around clear cuts, new and old logging roads etc. with the decline in the wood industry here in Ontario we have seen an almost dead stop in logging. That being said hunters are now forced to hunt roads, and the chance of seeing them in a 25 foot long corridor surrounded by thick bush......its hard. But i have a strong belief that the moose numbers around my area are not suffering at all.
  21. Moose hunting for me is about meat and food for the table. I take pride in not purchasing beef at the grocery store. On occasion when my wife wants to make chili will we buy ground beef, but that is the extent of it. All other red meat we eat is moose. Moose hunting will never be about the "bling" or the sport of it, is it fun and connecting with nature and others....absolutely! There are years where we go without harvesting one, but i am fortunate to be part of a great trio that will get called for road kills....in other words, moose is a way of life for us that we have dived head first into. Us legal sportsmen, hunters and fisherman included like it was stated before, we need to stick together
  22. This is definitely fishy! Thems a lot of votes for first and second. Your wife's fish is the best one in that contest!
  23. If you do have time and a facebook account, would love the help! https://www.facebook.com/HiwayVariety/photos/a.801010739946091.1073741870.483776768336158/801202189926946/?type=3&theater thanks!
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