bob_G

Lures found

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My wife was walking the dog this AM and found a small collection of lures. Several real pricey plugs and a few jigs.  If the owner can accurately identify the lures, what they were in, and the location where they were lost, I see that they're returned.

 

bob

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That's great the losers get a chance to win them back.    I'm curious to what they are, so after a certain time elapse can we get a peak of what they were?  :)

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Some random fisherman is frustrated that all the easy fish are gone and has quit fishing the canal -- They are all yours

 

Ed

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I lost 4 sp minnows in a week a Few weeks ago . All were 5", 13F. The fish were blitzing for a week, and were lost due to bail closing on cast ..... all lost E of mill creek....I see they were lost in some type of container, so I guess they were not mine ....haaaa

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2 hours ago, bob_G said:

My wife was walking the dog this AM and found a small collection of lures. Several real pricey plugs and a few jigs.  If the owner can accurately identify the lures, what they were in, and the location where they were lost, I see that they're returned.

 

bob

You should post this over on the Gibby Facebook page.

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2 hours ago, pops02 said:

and were lost due to bail closing on cast .....

Do you have manual bail(s) on your reel(s)?

 

I only use manual bails on my saltwater reels for that exact reason, which I learned the hard way. :)

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18 hours ago, zak-striper said:

Do you have manual bail(s) on your reel(s)?

 

I only use manual bails on my saltwater reels for that exact reason, which I learned the hard way. :)

I just picked this reel up a little while ago right here in the BST forum, and didn't convert it to a manual bail yet. I guess it's time  :-)

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18 hours ago, zak-striper said:

Do you have manual bail(s) on your reel(s)?

 

I only use manual bails on my saltwater reels for that exact reason, which I learned the hard way. :)

I just picked the reel up a little while ago, and haven't disabled the auto pickup yet....I guess it's time lol

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23 hours ago, bob_G said:

My wife was walking the dog this AM and found a small collection of lures. Several real pricey plugs and a few jigs.  If the owner can accurately identify the lures, what they were in, and the location where they were lost, I see that they're returned.

 

bob

Bob

 

 It’s great that you want the owner who lost the plugs to get them back

 

Udaman!

 

Mike

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I lost my favorite parrot popper by the sag. Got it on here. No idea of the make, but i can describe the chomp marks. 

 

And by parot it was just green and yellow

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On 10/12/2017 at 2:56 PM, zak-striper said:

Do you have manual bail(s) on your reel(s)?

 

I only use manual bails on my saltwater reels for that exact reason, which I learned the hard way. :)

Same here, expensive lesson learned

On 10/12/2017 at 10:56 AM, bob_G said:

My wife was walking the dog this AM and found a small collection of lures. Several real pricey plugs and a few jigs.  If the owner can accurately identify the lures, what they were in, and the location where they were lost, I see that they're returned.

 

bob

Hey Bob that is very nice of you! :howdy:

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