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  2. Princess Auto is selling off the remainder of their Tear Aid repair kits. On clearance: $5.73 ea. I carry both Type A & Type B in my safety kit. Even at the regular price, they are well worth the money. These patches will get you back on the water in no time. I've had to use them on two separate occasions.
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  3. I rec'd a suspicious email from "Susan" and she confirmed it is not from her. See attached. She asked me if I would tell people. She is working on sorting it out. Perhaps one of you techy types could give her a call with suggestions. Clive Coaldale
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  4. I've never had a problem with bringing on a rod tube with both Westjet or Air Canada to Mexico. My tube is 4" which will hold 5 saltwater rods. Your rod tube however is classified as your carry-on so you are allowed a personal item but not a second carry-on bag. Sometimes people get lucky but I have never tempted fate. I also bring all of my reels in my personal bag with line on the reels flus one day of fishing clothes. Arrive early as security sometimes will make you take each section of rod out to be examined. You are also allowed to bring on flies that are 6cm or less so it doesn't hurt to throw a dozen Bonefish/Permit flies in a zip lock bag so you have something when you arrive. There was a law years ago on the Mexican Government website that stated any more than three rods and reels you could be charged duty on the value cuz they think you are going to leave them or sell them. To me it is pretty clear on the Catsa website that you are allowed to bring rods on board as carry-on along with reels and lures 6cm or shorter. Enjoy!
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  5. Fan wing Royal Coachman.
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