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Old 02-27-2011, 03:32 AM
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i found this model of a lip grip on ebay that i figured would be sufficiant for my newly founded pike fly fishing addiction. anyone use this? anyone?

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i found this model of a lip grip on ebay that i figured would be sufficiant for my newly founded pike fly fishing addiction. anyone use this? anyone?
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While I havent used this model myself I am sure it will work just fine. I generally land them and run my stringer, then rip gills to bleed them out. In my book pike are fun to catch but never get released. They eat to many of the other game fish I like to catch and are good enough to eat. If pike werent delicious it might be a different story, otherwise they are stacked up for the fryer.
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I use one of these. They're light weight, they float, and cost around 10 bucks

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