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    South Ozark MO (Long Creek Junky)
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    Killing Deer, Shooting Bows, Organizing Tackle, Anything I can jerk out of the Lake or River, Getting ready to fish hunt

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  1. fozzype

    Shimano Bantam Curado 200 CU

    sold..sorry guys
  2. fozzype

    Lure Identification

    the bottom are some value bin cotton cordel baits
  3. fozzype

    Shimano Bantam Curado 200 CU

    I think these should be $70 bucks a piece after looking what they bring in Ebay. They bring 80 there, so I will take 70 from you all. These are in great shape with little use.
  4. I have two of the green bantam 200 CU 6:4 Shimano reels. These are in perfect shape and only a little rod box rash (very little). They have set around in my shop for over 10 years and someone should use them. They were serviced last year and weren't used much. I will take $80 each or $150 for the pair.
  5. If you want to just catch something, throw a crawler on a drop shot or split shot rig. The big gills should be on points and you probably will run into a few small k's and smallmouth. I would guess 25 to 35 feet.
  6. sorry you should have it now
  7. fozzype

    BLADED JIGS from www.jigs4bass.com

    I have ordered these products and they are truly top of the line, priced right, and got to me fast. I would highly recommend his products.
  8. fozzype

    Rock Bass at Table Rock

    all the time...the old goggle eye are great to eat too.
  9. fozzype

    Spinnerbait Question

    Take the smallest zip tie they sale and slide the open end (part you stick the strap through) on the hook. Use the tag end to pull it over the barb and then cut the tag end or the Strap part off. This works very well, only takes a second or two, and is cheap.
  10. fozzype

    Getting the green algae stain off my boat?

    You need to get the boat as clean as possible before you buff it. I have done this for years and what you want is to take off the green with a harsh cleaner first. I recommended foaming lime away. Just remember to not let it dry! This will not effect the clear coat in any way. If you begin waxing before cleaning, you sometimes can "burn" the slime into the gel coat and it will require even more work to remove. Then after getting it clean, buff with a mild rubbing compound , then a cleaner wax. I recommend a fine cut 3M product or a meguires synthetic wax. The gel coat is very thick and you are trying to remove a tiny fraction of the outer surface of it and then buff back to a shine. Then seal it off with a good wax like RejecX.
  11. fozzype

    Smallmouth or Mean Mouth?

    looks like a regular smallmouth to me
  12. The brakes will touch a little when it is jacked up and you spin the wheel..but very little. You can you tube how to manually work the brakes with a screwdriver to see if they work. If, you do see excessive brake dust, I would guess it isn't the problem. Make sure your boat is all the way up on the front of the trailer and the brace the winch on is tight. Also, have the tires balanced! Anyone who tells you this doesn't matter hasn't ever pulled a light trailer much. This is especially true on single axle trailers with lighter boats.
  13. fozzype

    Topwater Setup

    For the reel, I prefer the lews bb1 or bb1 pro in 7:5 or higher gear ratio. They hold slightly more line than others and cast a mile. The gen 1 revo sx or s will out cast them all. However, the current Gen 4 versions are good reels but do not cast as far as the lews. I do not like the dawia stuff, just my opinion. For my topwater rod, I like the lews david frits crankbait rod. They have a 7 ft med heavy with a mod tip that works well. Once hooked up, it has that nice bend for fighting fish. You really should try 4O lb braid with 2 ft leader of mono..it will change your topwater life..lol

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