Do you love big bluegill?
Lookie,Lookie Lookie, Look what I got in the mail this weekend, these pieces of art with my logo on them, and on top of that they glow in the dark, THANKS Carl, the only thing I have found wrong with these is you need to sign your works of art, or at least put your initials on them . If you only new how many bluegill are going to be hooked under these with my fly rod. Again Thanks a lot for mine and Kendall's new Quills. LOFR
Just plain outstanding Carl !!!!!!! I have a few of these and they are beautifully crafted .......
Just wondering were do you buy the quills?
TERRY;; I HAVE TRADED FOR SOME;; BOUGHT A FEW IN A BAIT SHOP CLOSE TO MY HOUSE;; AND GOT SOME FROM E- BAY;; HAD SOME GIVEN TO ME TO!!
good looking floats.would hate to fish them.
thanks Ronald;; but its what they are for!! fishing!! easiest floats to see !! and the deadliest!!
Carl, I've been using imitation quils, I believe balsa wood, but these look awesome, great job.
You know Carl, John has a point. If you have lots of quills that are not sized properly for floatation, how about adding a bit of balsa wood to increase the girth, and maximize the buoyancy to match the bigger, thicker, premium quills? A bit more work, but saves plenty of money in the long run.
hey John;; thanks for the kind words buddy!! guess I just got a bit lucky making these up!! HEY LEO!!!!!! I gave Keith Ritter several very short quills ; he is going to see what he can do with them;; adding some kind of girth to them. I'll sit back and see what kind of idea Keith comes up with!!!!
I can't wait to see what he comes up with. Mastermind at work.
John;; where did you find any imation quill floats?? we had wondered why somebody hasn't made any. also;; check out Keith Ritters ;; home made floats!! he makes some excellent ones!
Ebay is eat up with them, Carl. I got a bunch.
Look for wagglers. Heres a start:
hey Lofr;; dont forget to bring these to the rendevou!!