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 Post subject: Re: cooncrazy's line
PostPosted: 12 Dec 2014, 22:35 
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those white fiberglass rods have sudden valley coni clips on them.adjustable for water depth!!! not good on hard bottoms tho,i'm thinking cementing a brick on the bottom to solve that problem!


The guy told me they use RR plates, he puts a bait clip or duke 1.5 clip on each side of the plate and it holds really well. I tried it and it worked for me.

Great catches on all the rats especially CC! I love those rat pics :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: cooncrazy's line
PostPosted: 12 Dec 2014, 22:41 
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Per the rock, you could drill a hole and screw in an anchor, particularly if you found a good location that you could make catches at year after year.

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sometimes ya gotta go for meat ! the 45/70 speaks,deer listen!!

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 Post subject: Re: cooncrazy's line
PostPosted: 13 Dec 2014, 21:17 
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After all these years....that old 45/70 still knocks holes through em....lol!

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used it in Alaska for bear protection,as a lever gun. got out of the service and in pa I don't need 5 shots, so I got a ruger #1.i'll take on everything in the world with it! I reload,so I can almost duplicate a 458 win mag with it!

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 Post subject: Re: cooncrazy's line
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I have lusted after that Ruger #1 for years! I love those rifles....VERY pretty and a sharp shooting weapon as well.... cat's meow! :mrgreen: Lucky dog you! :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: cooncrazy's line
PostPosted: 13 Dec 2014, 22:04 
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Nice looking buck, there be some good eating there. Congrats


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I can smell the loins cookin now. Great job! :wink:

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Nice buck, congrats! I love the old"vintage" cartridges and espescialy the straight wall ones. I had a NEF Handi rifle in .45/70. Had a stout kick but i wouldnt have been feared to face anything in North America with it. That big chunk of lead is very impressive out too 100 yards. Found it drops fast after 100 yards but we could still hit a paper plate at 200 with a little Kentucky windage.

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That is a fine lookin set up! I like! :D

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went to check this morning and seen this guy running around.problem is he went by 4 110's and kept going!mabe next week!!

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 Post subject: Re: cooncrazy's line
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The pics are messed up on my screen. All blurred up. :?

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Their video, try tapping the screen?

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 Post subject: Re: cooncrazy's line
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lol.I would but now they are gone.

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