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About surfdaddy

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    Tackle Craft (Making rigs, Tying teasers & bucktails etc.)
  • What I do for a living:
    Quality Control

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  1. Have a black VS200, $380 shipped.
  2. Try octopus hooks. 4/0 & 5/0
  3. The fish are still here. I have been fishing in central Suffolk, on both the south and north shores with much success. Mainly catching bass. Mostly fish in the 20"to 26" range with a few keepers in the mix. Just started seeing Blues in the past week on the north shore in my area. All of the Blues in the late afternoon and all the Bass at night at the bottom of the out going tide. The north shore has been producing most of the fish by far for me. All caught from the beach on light tackle and no bait, strictly lures. These 3 color patterns seem to work the best. Good luck.
  4. Try Clorox Urine Remover. This stuff works great. Squirrels had gotten into my boat over the winter a few years back. I tried everything to get the stink out with out any luck. Came across the Clorox Urine Remover in Home Depot by accident. Gave it a shot and it worked. Just as a note, there is no bleach in it so it is safe on the carpet and upholstery.
  5. Looking for someone feedback on Frogg Togg Waders. Are they any good?
  6. Does this count?
  7. Here's my story. After 2 seasons using 4 pair of leaking waders held together with anything from duck tape, shoe goo and even rubber roofing tape, I finally broke down and bought a new pair of waders. I have used them at least a dozen times already this season. I can't begin to say how great it has been taking off my waders and being dry after hours in the water. But as things always go with me and waders I took a hook in the the thigh tonight and sprung a leak. Can anyone recommend the best way to repair a leak in breathable waders? It is not a big hole at all. Just enough to get you wet and uncomfortable. I could just cry!!!
  8. Okay I'm convinced. Thanks all for your input.
  9. I am looking for some feedback on the Daiwa J-BRAID X8. I need to replace the line on a bunch of reels, so before I invest in a 1500 meter spool I was hoping to get some feedback on the stuff. Thanks in advance.
  10. I was using Devon 30 minute epoxy. It is extremely thick and the work time seems to be very limited.
  11. Thanks for the feedback guys. Going to give it a try again this weekend.
  12. So would you say it is thinner then regular epoxy?
  13. Is Flex Coat lure epoxy gel coat, thinner then 30 minute epoxy and what kind of working time does it have?
  14. Payment sent, thanks
  15. I can do that. PayPal?