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  1. Cleaning out the basement and found this unopened quart of Val Oil. I simply don’t have time to make plugs anymore. I’m not sure if this can be shipped so local pick up only. I live in central Connecticut and can meet you at a reasonable distance (not Fairfield county). $20
  2. I know this is a very old thread but I figured I'd let you know. I was doing some winter cleaning and found an unopened quart. Any interest?
  3. Holiday Bump
  4. Going to keep it at $75 shipped. These haven't been taken out of the packages yet. They're brand new
  5. Cleaning out the garage and found these beauties. 6” Danny’s. New, never removed from package. Prefer to sell as a lot. $75 shipped
  6. Thread closed....lack of interest
  7. price reduced to $300 plus $10 shipping
  8. New, spoiled but never fished. Life gets on the way and this baby has been sitting in the garage for years. Time to find a new owner. There are 2 marks where the reel handle meets the body of the reel. Asking $320 plus $10 shipping
  9. The one on the right looks like a Harry. Not sure about his friends names though
  10. Fantastic review. Thank you so much for taking the time to post this.
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  12. I'm sure someone was paid quite well. The barrier wasn't even discussed publicly. It just appeared one day. :mad:
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  14. In not sure a lot of people are aware but the CT Yankee group put a barrier across the inlet by the former CT Yankee power plant in Haddam. This has limited access to some great fishing spots. This was done somewhat underhandedly and there is a petition to have the permit removed. Any bit helps https://www.**********/p/deep-comissioner-robert-klee-remove-ugly-orange-barrier-on-the-ct-river-in-haddam?recruiter=208387026&utm_campaign=signature_receipt&utm_content=forward&utm_medium=email&utm_source=share_petition I realize it's an outside link but it is merely trying to help preserve our valuable fishing resources. It sets a bad precedent if procedures like this go unchallenged.
  15. I think I'm going to try the Clambrella this year