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October 14, 2005
It's worth seeing one more time:
Sometimes you've got to "jiggle' it, and sometimes you've got to give it one big
March 22, 2004
March 22, 2004
April 29, 2007
Those were some cool close ups of the teeth! I hope Scott get's a lot more guide business now that him and his step daughter are famous. I remember talking with him after his seminar last year at the Butler show. He is a class act and has probably forgotten more about musky fishing than I'll ever know. He really takes the time to explain whatever it is you care to learn about muskies.
I know some people from the club know him...does that music in the video play in the boat all day when fishing in KY? ;D
March 19, 2004
October 1, 2008
Typically salmon trolling rods are long 9'-10' in length and have a parabolic action throughout the rod. They bend allot from tip down through the middle of the rod. In my opinion a muskie rod is not that type of rod. Muskie rods are usually 7'-8' long with a heavy action tip which is not very conducive to trolling salmon spoons. Hope that helps.
January 19, 2009