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09-03-2001 06:42 PM
juro Thanks for the URL.

I think a stripping basket has a few advantages. It doesn't matter where you stand, for instance. It doesn't take any room on the deck. You can use it on shore too. It's cheap.

This device has a distinct advantage over the basket though - it holds the rod between spots.

In any case, thanks for the URL.

09-03-2001 06:42 PM
juro Thanks for the URL.

I think a stripping basket has a few advantages. It doesn't matter where you stand, for instance. It doesn't take any room on the deck. You can use it on shore too. It's cheap.

This device has a distinct advantage over the basket though - it holds the rod between spots.

In any case, thanks for the URL.

09-03-2001 06:42 PM
juro Thanks for the URL.

I think a stripping basket has a few advantages. It doesn't matter where you stand, for instance. It doesn't take any room on the deck. You can use it on shore too. It's cheap.

This device has a distinct advantage over the basket though - it holds the rod between spots.

In any case, thanks for the URL.

09-03-2001 06:42 PM
juro Thanks for the URL.

I think a stripping basket has a few advantages. It doesn't matter where you stand, for instance. It doesn't take any room on the deck. You can use it on shore too. It's cheap.

This device has a distinct advantage over the basket though - it holds the rod between spots.

In any case, thanks for the URL.

09-03-2001 06:42 PM
juro Thanks for the URL.

I think a stripping basket has a few advantages. It doesn't matter where you stand, for instance. It doesn't take any room on the deck. You can use it on shore too. It's cheap.

This device has a distinct advantage over the basket though - it holds the rod between spots.

In any case, thanks for the URL.

09-01-2001 10:05 PM
topwater www.alumarine.com/construction/productmarine.asp?ID=52
09-01-2001 10:05 PM
topwater www.alumarine.com/construction/productmarine.asp?ID=52
09-01-2001 10:05 PM
topwater www.alumarine.com/construction/productmarine.asp?ID=52
09-01-2001 10:05 PM
topwater www.alumarine.com/construction/productmarine.asp?ID=52
09-01-2001 10:05 PM
topwater www.alumarine.com/construction/productmarine.asp?ID=52
08-27-2001 10:31 AM
juro Chris - can you give us a brief description of the fly tamer? Are we talking about a stationary large bucket on the deck? (any info appreciated)
08-27-2001 10:31 AM
juro Chris - can you give us a brief description of the fly tamer? Are we talking about a stationary large bucket on the deck? (any info appreciated)
08-27-2001 10:31 AM
juro Chris - can you give us a brief description of the fly tamer? Are we talking about a stationary large bucket on the deck? (any info appreciated)
08-27-2001 10:31 AM
juro Chris - can you give us a brief description of the fly tamer? Are we talking about a stationary large bucket on the deck? (any info appreciated)
08-27-2001 10:31 AM
juro Chris - can you give us a brief description of the fly tamer? Are we talking about a stationary large bucket on the deck? (any info appreciated)
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