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View PostBernie,

 

Is that the show I went to with Furzie last year?

 

 

 

Yes it is Todd, I know it's a small show but it's a good way to spend part of the day, do some visiting and have some preety decent food!

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View PostStandish Sportsman's annual show is coming up on Jan.23&24

 

Hopefully see you there!!!!!!!!!!1

 

 

Are you showing?

 

If so, any new products this year?.

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View PostAre you showing?

 

If so, any new products this year?.

 

 

Yes Joe I will be there,I think this is my 8th or maybe 9th years there.

 

This year I will be marketing bucktail Jigs in 4 different styles, 2 to 4 oz. in three different colors. We are pouring a Spro lookalike jig, 2,3, and 4 oz. using a Mustad 8/0 forged hook also Smiling Bills,Pancake, and spire point styles.

 

Come on down and check it out!

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View PostYes Joe I will be there,I think this is my 8th or maybe 9th years there.

 

This year I will be marketing bucktail Jigs in 4 different styles, 2 to 4 oz. in three different colors. We are pouring a Spro lookalike jig, 2,3, and 4 oz. using a Mustad 8/0 forged hook also Smiling Bills,Pancake, and spire point styles.

 

Come on down and check it out!

 

 

 

Jigs? Did I hear new jigs???????????

 

I love those Spros in 4 oz.

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View PostJigs? Did I hear new jigs???????????

 

I love those Spros in 4 oz.

 

 

 

Ok Mr. lure tester and angler in charge of the Stan Gibbs Canal Cleanup, I will set aside some samples for youdrool.gifdrool.gifdrool.gif

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View PostYour the man! WE are in charge, not just me pal! Co Chairs!

 

Are the jig heads painted or plain?

 

 

 

Are WE an item???????????????ok agreed we are Co-Chairs

 

Yes they are powder coated with black, white or chartreuse (methiolate) paints!

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