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About Winch

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    Way too many!
  • Birthday 03/27/1958


  • About Me:
    Certified crazy
  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    West coast Surface fishing stripers, hunting Cougars in the off season
  • What I do for a living:
    Vertigo Challenged

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  1. I’ve never used them huge eyes. Here’s some winch stuff
  2. As far as we are concerned it’s called a “Fish? Wad fish?” Less they know the better it is for the fish.
  3. I having been turning plugs for over 20 years and still find no need for a duplicator. i think I do alright. Lol
  4. The dreaded hand carves
  5. Buddy hooked and released a 63pounder this week. Sorry no picture for you guys as he has asked me to not promote it. it did measure out to 56 inches in length.
  6. Due to a family event, I will not be able to attend. My apologies
  7. Yes those four tags. Lol
  8. These are a horrible product compared to the originals. it would be better to look for warrior pre 80’s. Then get them refurbished Ine I’m redoing for a friend.
  9. More big fish that Harry landed and weighed in.
  10. Yes we did have a lot of salmon runs off the beach. Though looking at Jimmy in his wetsuit my guess would have been the big Rock at mussel. As for buying my first Fixter’s Yes all my money for gear came from my paper route. That or I’d find lures the day after big runs. Guys would be popping off plugs like crazy.
  11. John and Steve Scott. John was part owner in the first Coastside bait and tackle. He was still active in the fishing world. If you ever walked into the Rusty Hook he was the old guy playing Cribbage. Note the limit was 3 or 5 when this picture was taken
  12. Old timer. Way before my time. Rumor is this is Moocks but he flatly denies it
  13. Young guns back in the day. Jimmy Zoph and I think Eugene Otenello.