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Old 07-02-2008, 04:11 PM
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When we’re out on the boat, we always want to have a bite but it’s obviously awfully inconvenient to do so. I know this is kinda a random topic for this discussion board, and I sure hope you don’t think I’m out of line for saying it. I mean, honestly, my wife bought me a container that my son and I take out on the boat, and I just thought of the forum and wanted to pass it along. I’m usually pretty quiet, but I definitely read through a lot of posts. The thing is called a Foldtuk. My wife cooks in it, stores leftovers, and then we bring the food on the boat. We collapse it when we’re done, so it’s really quite helpful to us. If this does seem like a good idea, definitely check out FoldTuk Bakeware - Finally, Bakeware That Does It All!... Happy fishin, folks!
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Old 07-03-2008, 09:01 PM
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Colapsible TupaWare Kool, I gotta get some for the wife so I won't wish I had a bigger truck to haul the kitchen.
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Old 07-04-2008, 09:56 AM
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We have some bowls like these in our travel trailer they work great and help save space. Not sure if they are the same brand, we bought them from QVC.


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Old 07-04-2008, 11:41 AM
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If it were an actual piece of fly fishing gear, I wouldn't say anything, but come on, this is tupperware. There are a thousand alternatives to food storage on a boat. Not to be any more insulting, but the OP is a textbook example of a spambot's work.
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Yeah, definitely spam. Note this is his/her only post, and you'll not see another one.
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