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    Bake replied to the thread Our new boat..
    Three times I have had the "Best-2-Days", a boater can have. I wish you the best of luck with your boat!!!
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    Bake replied to the thread Recommendations?.
    A black doll fly jig, about 1/4 oz. nake, or a black doll fly jig 3/16 oz. dressed with plastics would be my first choice when fishing...
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    Bake replied to the thread Rod/reel combination for surf perch.
    Check out the Alvey rods & reels. After some practice, you will be amazed at the distances you can reach.. Alvey
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    The rod that I had was about 10'6'' long, with the striper guide about 5' in front of the reel. The reel I had held about 500 yds. of...
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    I didn't ty a 2oz. weight, but did throw a 1oz. weight over 120 yards
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    Bake replied to the thread Hook color.
    "Match the Hatch" if I'm tieing a fly that features a bloody gil, I would use a red hook. Now on the other hand, if I was tieing a fly...
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    Bake replied to the thread Fixer upper.
    A-Men!!!, and don't forget O.B. motors, and remember most things are worth what you pay for them...
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    Bake replied to the thread Fixer upper.
    I would go to the local Auto Parts Store and buy a small sample of their cheapest epoxy repair. Clean a small spot with sandpaper, and...
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    Bake replied to the thread Cabela's rebate.
    Just go to their Website, and click on their Store Flier. The only problem, in person, between the dates, and only good that day (N0...
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    Interesting question. I being a long time Largemouth Bass fisherman from the upper midwest, and Texas, I was wondering if a "plastic...
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    Bake replied to the thread Got wood (plastic)?.
    Not living in Oregon, my knowledge of the Fish & Game Reg's is kinda thin. I remember having to change hooks on my crankbaits...
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    Bake replied to the thread Got wood (plastic)?.
    WOW! 28 or 29" Chinokanee is a MONSTER in my book. Actually, I'm' down here in Atwater, California. Atwater is in the north end...
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    Bake replied to the thread Got wood (plastic)?.
    Are your Chinoknaee pretty large? Our Kokanee are not much more than 16 to 18" long. and more than 4 years old...
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    Bake replied to the thread Got wood (plastic)?.
    Do your Chinokanee grow to a pretty good size? Our KoKanee don't get much bigger than a large 16 to 18"trout...
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    Bake replied to the thread Got wood (plastic)?.
    I first started ('77 to '79) using them in S. Dakota, in the Black Hills, (trout & largemouth bass), and some of the stock ponds out in...
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