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Topic: Tools trade for fishing gear etc  (Read 1228 times)

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Jeffrm20

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Just upgraded to all brand new sockets and wrenches to do away with my 20 different sets I had mixed.





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What do you mean Jeff?  That stuff *IS* fishing gear  :smt044




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I do also find that the 7/16 is my go too wrench .  3/4 is when I am chasing the lunkers.

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All the leftover WD40 does the trick, way to wrench them off the bottom, cost of jigs down there must be OUTRAGEOUS....  :smt044


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All the leftover WD40 does the trick, way to wrench them off the bottom, cost of jigs down there must be OUTRAGEOUS....  :smt044

Banging a 9/16 box end off their rocks wakes the lings right up. 


Mojo Jojo

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All the leftover WD40 does the trick, way to wrench them off the bottom, cost of jigs down there must be OUTRAGEOUS....  :smt044

Banging a 9/16 box end off their rocks wakes the lings right up.
There's a doryman out of Pacific City Oregon that has a chunk of concrete the size af a brick and a half rigged up for ling fishing and catches some nice ones off the deep reef, if I catch him on the beach this year I'll hit him up for a photo.


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What kind of fishing gear you're looking for ?
Salt, fresh....anything?


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What do you mean Jeff?  That stuff *IS* fishing gear  :smt044




lol don't it would work good for bass and strippers cool idea though. Would be cool to grind some down and polish them up


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What kind of fishing gear you're looking for ?
Salt, fresh....anything?

I mostly fish freshwater delta stripers and bass but will hopefully be back out on the ocean this year.


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I have a bunch of stuff to trade - I will post pics later today


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I have more than one of each.....let me know what if any are you willing to trade with


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I have more than one of each.....let me know what if any are you willing to trade with

Definitely interested in the Yozuris


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Can you reel with a lefty?
I have plenty of bass gear that I'm not using anymore.
My son is getting started in mechanics and could use some tools.

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Bump! Still up for trade


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I assume you're not interested in trading for bass gear ?
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