Dan Tinman

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About Dan Tinman

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    Fishing, travel when possible and did I mention fishing?
  • What I do for a living:
    Semi-retired machinist and small time commercial tackle maker.

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  1. Yes you can. PM on the way.
  2. With all due respect, no. The whole purpose of this flea market thread is to sell off surplus items because I don't do shows or flea market anymore. Substituting something else would defeat the purpose of this thread. What I can suggest is a package group of bullet heads and paddle tail grubs that I offer on my website. They go for 8.00 plus 5.00. for shipping. Here's a picture.
  3. How about the automatic cowl flap gazoxilator? That's one most guys forget to check.
  4. You mean this Megan?
  5. OK. If I can be of help let me know. Good luck with the search.
  6. The ones shown above are available from 1/2 oz to 8 ozs. Also made in a forward balanced version.
  7. Do they have to be Spros? Ultra Minnows won't work? https://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/topic/760379-more-bucktails-again/
  8. I gotta believe if it was successful we'd hear about it and it would be copied.
  9. Just a thought. Cwitek is very knowlageble on these subjects. I wonder what his thoughts are.
  10. Good! It can't hurt. Everything helps.
  11. That was the idea with the Navesink River sanctuary. It was supposed to extend from the Navesink River all the way out to part of the Raritan Bay.
  12. I added tags in consideration of pressphotog's comment.
  13. I intentionally picked the heading "BOHICA" hoping it would draw attention. Anyone that knows what it means would be curious and one who doesn't would also be curious to find out. I remember the Navesink River sanctuary deal. It was somewhat larger than just the Navesink River. Glad it got shot down. As for the proposed Hudson Canyon sanctuary I hope there's a large enough public outcry that it doesn't get traction. That area is well regulated as it is and is too important economically to go thru. We fishermen, both recreational and commercial, have enough battles to fight.