Do you love big bluegill?
I was sitting in my shop the other day drinking a beer (minding my own business) when my little bride came out, looked around and announced that I had twenty eight fishing poles (not counting the four in the truck). I pointed to the work bench as I informed her that I had fifty wrenches and they were all for different jobs. After the door slammed I got to thinking (with another beer) that I was obsessed with garage sales. It occurred to me that about two dozen of them havent been used in a long while. Question is how to get this stuff in the hands of new fishermen or women (young or old)? Any Ideas or suggestions?
my parents don't understand "having the right tools for the job" hahaha
just saw that handle off mark.not kidding i have done many times
great work Mike!
nice,whole garage is very organized.scary to me
You're not married Debbie. She makes me move all my stuff out once a quarter so she can mop the floor. You know what they say, "Happy Wife Happy Life".
whoa mister organizer!! that's sweet rack!
good idea Jim I use a mini chop saw for cutting my arrows to length guess that would do the trick on a rod too it turns at a high rpm.
first I would have to ask the wife-- so whats your point??? how many shoes do you have?? do you wear each pair every day??? checkers there guys!! its their move!! but if you are intent on getting rid of a few rods and reels;; contact your local wildlife agency;; very often they have a kids day of fishing and need all the rods and reels they can get. also like Mark Steine mentioned;; the wounded wariors project would be excellent!!
good move ... playing the shoes card! gotta remember that one.
can I get you to come organize my tool shed to??? might need a bit of cleaning first;; LOL!!!