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Old 09-24-2010, 02:34 PM
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Default Forget Bonding with Nature. Here's the Future of Fishing!

Especially useful for folks like me with a sore shoulder! This rod will cast the heaviest nymph, and drop it into a Dixie cup.


*Found this video on the UL FF'ing forum...
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Old 09-24-2010, 02:45 PM
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Default Re: Forget Bonding with Nature. Here's the Future of Fishing!

I have a few clients that could make good use of that.
Spending $700. on a rod when you can't cast, and won't practice, is silly.
$40. bucks and you're in there!
Perfect for night fishing too.
Hell, I want one!
I wonder how often Roland uses his?
Thanks for the chuckle Frank.

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Old 09-24-2010, 02:49 PM
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Default Re: Forget Bonding with Nature. Here's the Future of Fishing!

I'll get one if Wile E. Coyote approves the improved Acme Products version of it.

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Old 09-24-2010, 02:54 PM
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Default Re: Forget Bonding with Nature. Here's the Future of Fishing!

LOL!!! Overhanging branches are no longer a problem with this baby! You could even go Navy SEAL, and launch one from underwater.
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Default Re: Forget Bonding with Nature. Here's the Future of Fishing!

Doesn't the Navy use something like this to toss a line between ships at sea?
Reminds me of the K-Tell pocket fisherman.
Still wish I had bought on of those.

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Default Re: Forget Bonding with Nature. Here's the Future of Fishing!

Frank: That would be perfect for my 3 year old grandson! He would have a blast firing that thing off.

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Default Re: Forget Bonding with Nature. Here's the Future of Fishing!

Hey Guys. I thought this would get some Friday afternoon attention.

Forget Wile E. Coyote. Rodney Dangerfield came back from the dead to endorse this thing. Said it's almost as sweet as the putter he used in "Caddshack".

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Here's the not yet released big game version:
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Default Re: Forget Bonding with Nature. Here's the Future of Fishing!

That would work well at Pyramid lake when it's windy, to get way past the lineup.
(Or even clear a spot)
Probably back in the pricey range though.
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Default Re: Forget Bonding with Nature. Here's the Future of Fishing!

Anyone know if they make it in Boron?
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Default Re: Forget Bonding with Nature. Here's the Future of Fishing!

Well, since Roland Martin endorsed it, it gotta be good! My crazy casting days are over!
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