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Old 10-26-2006, 10:52 AM
ScottP ScottP is offline
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Glass minnows

Hoping to try out "new" secret weapon against schoolies in the next few weeks - bead-head Rhody Chovy. I've had decent luck with standard ones when current isn't too strong, but once it gets moving, I'm thinking a little extra weight might help.

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ScottP
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