Do you love big bluegill?
That's looking more like it:
Determine the length of the "stem" and insert it into the body:
Pressing a glass bead into the stem. I despise the plastic beads used on most slip floats, as the wear too easily and pinch my line.…Continue
Since I'm unable to fish, I thought I would post a few photos showing what I'm up to with my floats. This first photo shows the materials I'm using: Cans of primer and topcoat, 3/16" rigid aquarium tubing, glass beads from the craft store, some 5/32" hardened drill rod used for a turning mandrel, 1" square balsa blocks, and some split, flat washers and O-rings, used for float weighting.…Continue
You're a fine one, Mr. Gill
You realllllyyy arrrrre the best.
It's a fact that Bass get better press, but still I find them such a pest, Mr Giiiilllll.....
I'll continue to pursue you with both.....passion and zessssst.
You indulge me, Mr. Gill
with your spirited, frennnnnzied fight.
I like the way you strip off line, when my drag is set just right, Mr. Giiiiillll......
To see my float sink neath' the surface is…Continue
"On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me: A shiny new Pflueger Su-preme"
Got out for 30 minutes before work this morning, and I caught 5 HBG. All good fish, although the cold killed the batteries in my scale, so estimating weight between 1 lb for smaller fish, and around 22 ozs. for largest. Ice jig tipped with spikes, water has risen to 44 degrees, air temp was 30 degrees.…Continue