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  • rigging reel holder 200
    I got sick of carrying my custom rods in the bed of my pickup, so I built my own mobile rod holder from scrap lumber. Read More
  • The Dropper-Loop Knot is my preferred knot for joining two lines, and it's easy to tie. Read More
  • To relieve the potential pain of a larger-than-expected fish on light tackle, I designed a very simple solution: portable harness lugs. Read More
  • I came up with a cheap, easy and permanent system to tie down my boat... Read More
  • Each time you pull a cable out from a winch - such as the one on your boat trailer - you're tempting fate. A frayed cable can really cut you deep. Here's how I eliminated that problem on my winch cable.... Read More
  • Glacier Bay 3480 Express BIG
    When fishing off a pier or bridge at night, you have to constantly monitor your rod tip... Read More
  • Fine Tune Your Dropback home page
    Fine-tune your dropback to hook more billfish. Read More
  • Many of you have been out fishing for tuna and have watched in frustration as some commercial boats sporting a green-stick rig consistently catch tuna with their plastic baits almost completely out of the water. Read More
  • I found I needed a bit of pressure on the line to hold the bait in place, but I wanted to leave the bail open so the rooster could take line freely. I decided to use a rubber band as a release clip. Read More
  • One benefit from this eye orientation is that the tag end from your leader knot can form a weed guard if you use a clinch knot. Read More
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