Old man fisher

Old man fisher
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2020/06/29 19:51:04 (permalink)

Old man fisher

Hi, was wondering if someone out there could answer my question.  If I want to put a crawler on my spoon, how should I do this. Thanks for any help.

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    Re: Old man fisher 2020/06/30 09:29:05 (permalink)
    It's way easier to put em on a fork....just sayn.
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    Re: Old man fisher 2020/06/30 15:02:48 (permalink)
    With the right materials, you can tie harnesses for about $.70 a piece. Colorado and Willow leaf blades will be your most upfront costs. Get yourself a box of wide gap kale hooks, also. We bought 3500 beads at a craft store for about $30.
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    Re: Old man fisher 2020/06/30 16:48:35 (permalink)
    Go to the Fishusa store and get you some wormburners. They're spoon harnesses. Best of both worlds. They work great.
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    Re: Old man fisher 2020/07/01 09:57:56 (permalink)
    Sound advice on the FishUSA spoon rigs and some other food for thought.

    PM Crappiefisher, his son is big time into fishing lures and stuff and maybe ya can get some deals on spoon rigged harnesses.

    Good times and tight lines.🎣

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