Southcoastphil

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  1. Generously donated by stripervision. Both are brand new and feature HD hardware throughout and extra-coated finishes. GUIDESSECRET yellow “Poppa Pencil” Chartreuse and white TA (Tactical Anglers) SeaPencil Popper. Minimum bid $25 Minimum increasing bid $5.00 Winner please add $8.00 for shipping Auction closes Friday, 12/15/17 at 8:00 PM
  2. Generously donated by an anonymous SOL supporter. You can quickly get fish alerts, bottom mapping, water temps, GPS tagging, weather alerts, trip logging and much more via your SmartPhone. (Note that SmartPhone is not included.) Minimum bid $25 Minimum increasing bid $5.00 Winner please add $8.00 for shipping Auction closes Friday, 12/15/17 at 8:00 PM
  3. Generously donated by stripercrazy. Minimum bid $15.00 Minimum increasing bid $2.00 Winner please add $4.00 for shipping Auction closes Friday, 12/15/17 at 8:00 PM This is a sweet plug that rarely comes up for sale in any condition, much less a new one. Dark back over rose shoulder, followed by gold sides that drift into white belly. Its 8 1/2" inches long and weighs a little over 2 oz.
  4. I'm heading SW soon!
  5. now $41 for the lot
  6. you have a bunch of bidders for those sweeties, Todd!
  7. Here's a link to an intersting approach:
  8. Yes I do. Redfins, bombers and Mambos
  9. Scorched-earth doesn't do anybody any good. Having said that, I could understand getting very irate with a mfr. if one had returned a defective product several times, and each time it was still defective. In that case a simple and objectively-worded statement would serve to notify others. I've had the pleasure of fishing with beerdoh a number of times this year, so I was not surprised in the least to see his initial post herein, and how he handled it. Way to go, mate!!
  10. Yes they cast a bit better, which is great. Also, loaded ones will hold better is rougher water.
  11. Might have already been mentioned, but if you don't have a soldering iron, just heat up a nail. I use an 8d nail in either pliers or vice grips, heat the pointed end either over a gas stove burner or a propane torch and melt a small hole. After loading up my plugs, I heat the head of the nail and use it to smooth over the hole, then add a lil glue.
  12. Some of you asked me a few weeks back if the Christmas Family Auction was over for this year. Yep, things slowed down a bit in our Christmas Family Auction a week or so ago, BUT IT AIN'T OVER! Thanks in great part to generous donations from our fellow Ditch Trolls, we've posted many more items, including a Tagger plug that I have NEVER seen for sale (Thank you again,Carl, for donating such a special plug from your collection.), some great salmon/steelhead flies, shad fishing spoons with a half-day trip on the CT river (courtesy of TBYRD) and lots more. Many of these end tomorrow (Sunday, 12/10) at 8:00 PM, so you don't have much time to score some amazing deals. (And every single cent goes to families in need.) Would you please consider bidding on some of these items in the next 20+ hours to support a great cause? http://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/forum/87-christmas-family-auction-forum/ If you'd like to donate anything--plugs, books, reels, hooks, flies, plug-making stuff, fly-fishing gear, fly-tying stuff, knives, plug bodies, etc.--it is super-simple to do. Just PM me for details.
  13. If so, take a look at the Christmas Family Auction, because an SOLr has generously donated a bunch of shad spoons and a 1/2 day of shore fishing on the lower CT River. ENDS SUNDAY 12/10 at 8:00 PM. Thanks to your generous donations, we've posted many other items, including a rare Tagger plug, some great salmon flies and lots more. Many of these end tomorrow (Sunday, 12/10) at 8:00 PM, so you don't have much time to score some amazing deals. (And every single cent goes to families in need.) Would you please consider bidding on some of these items in the next 20+ hours to support a great cause? http://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/forum/87-christmas-family-auction-forum/ If you'd like to donate anything--plugs, books, reels, hooks, flies, plug-making stuff, fly-fishing gear, fly-tying stuff, knives, plug bodies, etc.--it is super-simple to do. Just PM me for details.
  14. If so, take a look at the Christmas Family Auction, because an SOLr has generously donated a bunch of shad spoons and a 1/2 day of shore fishing on the lower CT River. ENDS SUNDAY 12/10 at 8:00 PM. Thanks to your generous donations, we've posted many other items, including a rare Tagger plug, some great salmon flies and lots more. Many of these end tomorrow (Sunday, 12/10) at 8:00 PM, so you don't have much time to score some amazing deals. (And every single cent goes to families in need.) Would you please consider bidding on some of these items in the next 20+ hours to support a great cause? http://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/forum/87-christmas-family-auction-forum/ If you'd like to donate anything--plugs, books, reels, hooks, flies, plug-making stuff, fly-fishing gear, fly-tying stuff, knives, plug bodies, etc.--it is super-simple to do. Just PM me for details.