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screaminreel last won the day on September 12 2019

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  1. Good to hear and thanks for sharing. I have 3, 5000DD's to send in with issues.
  2. I use two lines on my 6wt streamer rods. Rio In Touch Streamer tip. 10ft intermediate sink tip for low flo clear water and Rio sink tip 15ft 6-7ips for faster murky water.
  3. I'm tired of the straps on these disposable masks coming apart. If you put a small dab of thin UV resin on it then hit it with your light no more broken straps. Simple easy fix so I thought I would share.
  4. That is an awesome video! Great watch.
  5. Last week my wife decided to take over the bar downstairs to start her planting. Garage too cold and workshop full of renovation supplies to keep me busy during the pandemic. I guess I'll just have to suck it up but if she encroaches on my fly tying area, I will have to put my foot down!
  6. If you can source a used TFO TiCrx 8wt salt rod, that is an awesome pike rod. The 9 wt I don't like. Virtually impossible to break IMO. I have a few TFO salt rods along with Sage and Loomis and sometimes I almost prefer the TFO rods because I never worry about breakage.
  7. Try Amazon or an aftermarket truck shop. Hyde could care less about Canadians or their orders. I've tried to order in the past and it is one screw up after another. Damn Republicans!
  8. I am in the same boat as you. I've stuck to buying good used boots and just re felt them. I have not found a single quality boot for a narrow foot.
  9. All you need is a 15 - 20 lb anchor front and 12 - 15 lb at the back. Don't use just one anchor. Scotty mounts are great.
  10. 14' a little big for one person although it would fit (Marlon) an eide/4 boys boat loader. The 1250 Sp has a 60" beam so fits a boat loader and allows for me to tow a trailer into the backwoods of BC. My pram/ boat above has a 48' bottom and 65" beam so too wide for a boat loader and on/off would play havoc with the varnish on the gunnels. Unfortunately, one needs a fleet to meet all requirements. Thanks all.
  11. Thanks danhunt but looking into the heavier gauge aluminum. Hard to give up all my dry storage with my current set up but I think I can do some custom work to the Spratley.
  12. Just interested in looking at it to see the size, layout etc. Have always fished from my mahogany pram but thinking of switching to a tinnie.
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