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About HanoverStriper

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    Full time dad. Part time fisherman.
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    Golf, Dungeons and Dragons, collecting sea shells
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  1. It starts when FB and Instagram start blowing up with pics and real time reports. That's when I go...
  2. They do this. Maybe not for the initial purchase, but with returns. I returned my waders, and they asked me for a license to keep records of returns.
  3. I don't hunt, but thanks for the advice.
  4. It’s on a well traveled game trail. I won’t put anything out and just leave it as is. Thanks for the feedback guys.
  5. I know not to put out apples, and other things deer don't normally eat this time of year, but wondering if there is anything that is safe to put out. Just put up a trail cam recently, and would like to put something out to attract deer and anything else that might wander through my woods.
  6. Good stuff. It's only going to be worse next season after this past year.
  7. Yep, got this email today: A Letter to Our Customers Since 1912, our mission has been to sell high-quality products that inspire and enable people to enjoy the outdoors. Our commitment to customer service has earned us your trust and respect, as has our guarantee, which ensures that we stand behind everything we sell. Increasingly, a small, but growing number of customers has been interpreting our guarantee well beyond its original intent. Some view it as a lifetime product replacement program, expecting refunds for heavily worn products used over many years. Others seek refunds for products that have been purchased through third parties, such as at yard sales. Based on these experiences, we have updated our policy. Customers will have one year after purchasing an item to return it, accompanied by proof of purchase. After one year, we will work with our customers to reach a fair solution if a product is defective in any way. This update adds clarity to our policy and will only affect a small percentage of returns. It will also ensure we can continue to honor one of the best guarantees in retail, with no impact for the vast majority of our customers. To learn more, please view our full return policy at llbean.com. L.L.Bean has stood for quality, service, trust, and getting people outdoors ever since my great-grandfather founded our company over 100 years ago - and that will never change. Thank you for being a loyal customer and we look forward to continuing to inspire and enable you to Be an Outsider. Sincerely, Shawn O. Gorman Executive Chairman
  8. Would you do the same price for the 150?
  9. I paid $550 for it. I'd like to get that back. PP and shipping fees, it would be about $575
  10. Redbones is good
  11. I apologize, it was only one occasion with TFO. I was thinking of St. Croix. TFO - I bought the older model 10'6" from KTP a couple of years back. Loved the blank, but the components were fragile. One of the plastic guide rings popped out near the end of the season. They then released the newer, blue model. I called them to tell them what happened, and asked if they could send a top half. Told them I would send pics, and did not want to have to pay for shipping. Guy told me to cut the blank just for the section where the guide was. I mailed it back in an envelope, and they sent me a new one (newer model) within a week. No shipping. Newer guides are much better. I rarely fish sandy areas.