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Rico Himmeli <email@example.com>
Egnach, TG Switzerland - Tuesday, December 01, 2009 at 16:08:35 (CST)
Hey Rico in Switzerland - Greetings Again! No problem - your English is way better than my German or French or Italian. Damn you guys over there are multi-lingual!!!!!! Both braided and mono work good. Stretch isn't much of an issue because the length of line from the release clip to the lure is usually pretty short, like 7-15 meters average. See - Rocketman knows metric ha ha ha!!!! I think the clips get a better grip on the mono. It's thicker and some of the braided lines are teflon coated and those are slippery. The steelhead over here in Michigan USA like planer boards just fine. Bagleys, Bomber or Rapala minnow lures in firetiger or flourescent orange work great. If you want the lure to go a little deeper stick a rubbercore sinker
Hi Rocketman, thanks for this site! I fish for pike and bluesteel on the Lake of constance in Switzerland- the System with the Planerboards, I want to try also here. Our pikes only get to 25 pounds. :-( I would like to make the right setup here, thatfore I have following questions. 1. When/ How hooks the muskie? On the (hard) releaser on the planerline or right after the bit with a hard drag . (selfhooking)or with a weak drag you let him go and set the hook by a hit? THX for a short feedback. Rico
Rico Himmeli <e.himmelberger$bluewin.ch>
Egnach, TG Swtitzerland - Saturday, November 28, 2009 at 10:19:41 (CST)
Hey Rico in Switzerland - Greetings! 25 pound pike aren't too bad. I wish I would catch one that size! And what the hell is a "bluesteel"? It sounds like a bad ass!!! On the planer boards, the release tension sets the hook. Make sure it's nice and tight so it takes a pretty good pull for the line to come out. The drag on the reel needs to be tight enough to keep the line from coming out by itself. Make a sharp turn and one side will wiplash and speed up. If the drag clicks at all it's too loose. Planer boards work great for all kinds of fishing over here and I bet they will be great over there too. You're gonna kick pike and bluesteel ass. Get a BIG One!!!!!!
hey rocketman- need some fast help. i always dok at st jean ramp. they are closed . are there any ramps at metro beach and are they open. today is the 11 of november and i want to come up this weekend. going to fish the area from metro down towards the detroit river. how deep this time of year and are the dumping grounds a good place to fish. thanks for all your help from your website. bob
bob johnson <bobjohnson1958$comcast.net>
cedar lake , in. USA - Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at 18:59:52 (CST)
Hi Rocketman: I have been muskie fishing since 1971, fishing mostly in Pennsylvania. I have read your website and fishing reports with great interest. Your site is absolutely the best that I have ever found and would like to complement you for establishing it. The reason that I feel that way is because your site provides the most comprehensive one-stop muskie fishing information available. Any angler that is fortunate enough ot find it will be well informed.
Dick Puerzer <rpuerzer$comcast.net>
Harrisburg, PA USA - Thursday, October 22, 2009 at 11:40:24 (CDT)
Rocketman, Just started my Esox Masquinongy addiction and I really need a fix. I have had several follows that made me dam near shit my pants. My lack of experience and technique has left me with my pecker in hand, no friggen fish. Any way I have been casting around Horse Island(Erie)with the afforementioned success. I'll get to my point, your article is the most comprehensive tool I have found , I ve since been to BP for the basic set up equipment you sugessted so thanks for the help Also My boat "Smelly-Essox" is a tracker the same size as yours, I hope to earn the respect you enjoy and appreciate the information on the web sight, it would be cool to hear from you on the water, I give you shout. Question: superlines vs. mono for trolling? would a liberal drag setting compensate for the 62 inchers(I whish)shock loading?
Dennis (Smelly-Esox) <dennis.craig$emerson.com>
BeverlyHills, MI USA - Wednesday, September 16, 2009 at 09:59:23 (CDT)
rocketman, need some help. just starting muskie fishing on lake st clair. took a while to get the boat and everything else set up. question. we have our license for canada but no passport. we carry our drivers license and birth certificate.what issues will we have this year. we dock on the detroit side and fish in canada.also, what about coming back to the us. i am hearing diffrent stories and i do not want to get in trouble. i may just fish the american side this until we get our passports.i caught most fish on canadian shores last oct and nov. what do you think. p.s. your setup page was very helpful. bob
bob johnson <bobjohnson1958$comcast.net>
cedar lake , in. USA - Tuesday, August 25, 2009 at 17:06:21 (CDT)
In my opinion the border is a hassle and it's faster to just drive the boat across. Don't land or anchor in Canada and you don't need to go through customs. If you do land there you can call 1-800-Canpass from the marina and usually they will clear you through Canadian customs over the phone.
Hi Rocketman. Interesting, cool, informative site. Well done. My question is: "Why do you continue to show pictures of vertical holds." All this does is continue to promote the idea that these holds are OK whereas they are not...much higher mortality rate! Also, those lip-lock tools should never be used...they can easily break fish-jaws once they start to thrash. Ron Edwards, Canadian Esox Association
Ron Edwards <pingpongatmts.net>
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada - Tuesday, August 18, 2009 at 08:22:07 (CDT)
Thanks for the input. When I post pics they are "as received". I guess I could rotate them 90 degrees - but then I would need to turn my monitor sideways to look at them. That's too much like work!!! However, I do agree that a horizontal hold is definitely better and hanging a fish from a "lip-lock tool" is not a good idea.
Hi Rocketman! This is your sibling, KE! Writing to tell you that this is a great website for people who love to catch the big ones, me included. I cherish the T3 you gave me. Not sure about the "babe factor," being I am your sister and all. . .but you sure do know your stuff, and it's great that you have created this venue to share your knowledge with others. So, keep up the good work, Rocketman, aka, KKB. Love, KKBE!
Karen E. <kinderkaren$hotmail.com>
L.P., MI USA - Tuesday, June 23, 2009 at 07:39:29 (CDT)
Since you're my sis you can be an "Honorary MuskieBabe". That still sounds kind of weird though ha ha ha.
Glad to see that Lynn is back as the cover page MuskyBabe! I stole her pic and used it as my screen saver on my work computer. After several days of productivity disruption, due to my co-workers wanting to see the big fish (heh, heh, heh,,,), I was sadly instructed to remove it. Most of my co-workers were crushed. 1 year later, the company went belly-up, obviously because nobody wanted to show-up for work.
Detroit, Mi USA - Wednesday, April 15, 2009 at 14:17:24 (CDT)
Me and my buddy are looking to get into muskie fishing this year and were looking for some tips from anybody and everybody. If you have some advice we would really appericate it. Please just shoot me an email, also if anyone every wants to set something up like a live guide to muskie fishing I would really appericate it. Thanks everyone, for the help and keep catching them muskies.
Michael Schmidt <mike_anaschmidt$yahoo.com>
Lapeer, MI USA - Thursday, February 12, 2009 at 17:47:40 (CST)
Hey Rocketman I just want to comment on the durability of your lures. I caught a 55" 48lb muskie that would not fit in the net. In and out of net with front and rear treble in net and middle treble in jaw. A lot of thrashing and jerking on lure but lure held on. Treble and eyelet were bent but they still held up under the torque of the monster. The details are as follows Nov. 8th 10:00 am ten ft. of water LSC at Belle River on a 9$bass Terminator. Since then I have purchased more of your lures and reccommended them to all of my muskie buddies. Take care and keep up the good work with your lures. All the best. Clendon Coombs Goderich Ontario Canada.
Clendon Coombs <cns$cabletv.on.ca>
Goderich, Ont. Canada - Saturday, January 24, 2009 at 14:43:48 (CST)
I have the opportunity to go after St. Clair Muskies later this week. The forecast sounds promising to me. Winds from the SW and there's only a slight chance of showers/thunderstorms. However, all this talk about a "heat wave" (30+ degrees over the next several days)has the guys in my boat concerned that it may put the muskies off. We are thinking about the hump area which I suspect has been pretty churned up over the last few days from W and N winds. I would appreciate any opinion from some of you more seasoned muskie hunters who know better how this hot weather affects the lake and the muskie bite. Do conditions look good for W, Th, Fri, Sat. or should we wait a week or so until the heat wave has passed or at least stabilized? Thanks.
Captain Ron <Captainron16$hotmail.com>
Waterloo, Canada - Monday, July 14, 2008 at 18:02:44 (CDT)
Hey Rocketman--Great web site! Do you or any of your fishing buddies know where I can get a Canadian fishing license near Belle River, Ont. My son and I will be arriving very late Thursday night and we are staying at a motel in Belle River. I don't want to have to travel back to Windsor Friday morning if I can help it. Thanks
Wauconda, IL USA - Friday, June 27, 2008 at 16:22:05 (CDT)
Deerbrook Marina on the Ruscom River, about 5 miles due east of Belle River.
Thanks Rocketman!! Got my shipment today My T2- pukebait will be the first one in the water This Sat Morning it's Mooooski time
USA - Wednesday, June 04, 2008 at 17:13:45 (CDT)
Folks, Please let me know if I have lost all my marbles or not. Did I just read in the OMNR regs that we can use 2, yes TWO rods in Canada this year??? If so, it is about damn time. This was like steriods in baseball. Everyone cheated, but nobody admitted it. Well, now you don't have to worry about ending up in a Ontario jail on a Saturday night with the local drunk who got to rowdy at the Windsor ballet, errr strip club. Rocketman, you probably are still trying to pick yourself up from the news of multi rods.
Toledo, OH USA - Wednesday, May 14, 2008 at 15:01:51 (CDT)
Yes Mike - there really IS a Santa Claus.
I just wanted to thank you for the great website. I am an avid fisherman, but this will be the first summer I will be going for Musky. I won't waste your time by asking where to fish, but I just wanted to thank you for this website, it has been a great resource for learning how to fish Lake St. Clair for the monster musky. I assure you I have every intent of practicing catch and release, and am a strong believer in doing so.
Troy, mi USA - Monday, March 24, 2008 at 14:04:32 (CDT)
Please Help, I am looking for a place to stay close to St. Clair Shores MI, I am going to be there July 19th for a family reunion and was going to bring the boat and stay a couple extra days and take my mom and dad out on St. Clair for their first time. Looking for a place either on the water with a boat slip or very close to it with "secure" parking for a boat. Also, can I fish both US and Canadian water if launching out of MI? Any special papers needed? I have fished St. Clair before but stayed on the Canada side near the Belle River. Any help would be appriciated, Thanks!!! Doug
Shelocta, PA USA - Thursday, February 21, 2008 at 11:00:25 (CST)
Heyguys, i have a bunch of used terminators i've collected over the years. I recently moved to Florida And i am trying to sell them.if interested please contact jared at 586-215-1905 or jfrankffl$yahoo.com.
USA - Wednesday, January 16, 2008 at 11:42:29 (CST)
Jared, Jared, Jared - Need I remind you of the 650+ pound Blue Marlin caught a couple years ago on a Terminator? They are not just for muskies you know. But if you still want to sell them then I'll vouch for the fact that they are legit. Enjoy the sunshine!
Thank's Rocket man I final have some of your awsome Lures on order!!!!! You can suprise me by sending a free terminator with my order... (just kidding) unless you want to? Thanks see ya on the lake
MI USA - Sunday, January 06, 2008 at 17:03:04 (CST)
reading your articals you mentioned several times water temp and 40 to sixty feet how do you determine this, if by sensor i would like to find one that works. and what type of graff do you use. thanks for your help Dr Jim
Dr Jim Thor <drthor$drthor.com>
norfolk, ne USA - Monday, November 19, 2007 at 18:17:33 (CST)
I use both Eagle and Humminbird fish finders. They have speed/temp sensors that mount on the transom and display surface temperature continuously right on the screen. If you're referring to 40-60' back, that's just an estimate. If you're referring to 40-60' down, that would be based on either the line counter on the downrigger or in the case of Lake St. Clair, wishful thinking.
Was wondering if you could list our sportfishing expo coming up in February on your web page. The information are as follows:
MI-OH Sportfishing Expo - Monroe County Fairgrounds Expo Center
Great Site! I am planning to be on LSC this weekend. If you could provide a little more content on the use of down riggers I would find it useful. A link to this site has been posted a www.bluewaterbridge.com. Thank-you for your help and content.
Sarnia, on Canada - Thursday, September 06, 2007 at 15:21:40 (CDT)
Thanks for the suggestion. Downriggers are definitely very useful for certain situations. There are some references on my structure trolling page. I'll add more downrigger info when I get done with the lures that I am working on right now and have some time.
hey rocketman GREAT site i have been trying to learn all i can over the internet before i take my boat out for the first time after musky....and to be honest i didn't know much of anything about catching these monsters b-4 i found you site because i am only 17 but i have done alot of pike fishing in the U.P. and i found that there are a few things i have learned pike fishing that i could carry over to musky fishing but there is one thing i couldn't figure. out every thing i read said that musky spend most of their time in 15 feet of water or so. so when i clicked on the map link of L.S.C. and took a minute to look at it i couldn't find were there was water deeper than 5-10 feet on that map so were is it so deep is my question sorry for the ignorance but im new to this tyoe of fishing and this lake but if someone could answer that question or give me any other helpful tips they would be very apperecitated ill keep every one posted on my progress thanks anyone who can help and rocketman for the great site
Emmett, MI USA - Wednesday, August 01, 2007 at 21:30:33 (CDT)
The map on my links page is in meters. It beats the hell out of me why it's like that. Maybe it was originally from Canada or something. I just found it online and copied it. Don't be too hung up on the "musky spend most of their time in 15 feet of water or so" rule. They can be almost anywhere. We've had great days fishing in LSC in water as shallow as 6 feet and as deep as 25 feet. Watch your graph for baitfish and/or structure and/or big fish. Look for good color water, mudlines, jumping muskies or maybe a bunch of other muskie boats (or an especially cool red and silver Lund that says Terminator Muskie Lures on the side ha ha). Those are all way more important than some arbritary ideal depth.
I have to thank you again Rocketman, I've finally got your structure trolling system down, and put my first 30 pounder 47"x24" in the boat out of Skegemog. Released her unharmed. She hit a perch depth raider 10ft back in the prop wash.
James A. Heegeman <jheegeman$aol.com>
mancelona, mi USA - Monday, July 23, 2007 at 20:44:34 (CDT)
Hey rocketman-I am a newbie caought 6 last year ready to try this year. I hear there's action over by the "red barn" in canada. Can you tell me where that is?
warren, mi USA - Thursday, June 28, 2007 at 09:37:06 (CDT)
I am an avid muskie fisherman in Lake St. Clair. We fish mainly by belle river and the lighthouse. I was just wondering if anyone knew of any other Muskie tournaments in Lake St. Clair other than the Walt Sadowski Annual Memorial Muskie Tournament held out of Belle River on August 10, 11, and 12. I would appreciate any info. Thanks for the help, and good luck fishing
Dresden, ON Canada - Wednesday, June 13, 2007 at 15:27:47 (CDT)
Rocketman, or to anyone willing to give up a little info. I have trolled salmon for the past 11 years and the cost of dragging the boat to Lake MIchigan is out of hand. This site is awesome to get me started to switch over and give it a good try for Muskie a little closer to home. My question is what part of the lake (US) should I try? I have fished LSC for walleye and perch mostly and recognize the names in some of the reports, but have never gone after Muskie. I would like to take my 11 year old out on Saturday and need a little help on where I should get started. Thanks, Tony
Walled Lake, MI USA - Tuesday, June 12, 2007 at 07:19:00 (CDT)
Right, unless you have a Canadian license you are going to have to stay in US waters. You might want to try around the edge of the deeper water in Anchor Bay or the NW corner of the main lake where it joins with Anchor Bay. Follow structure or weedgrowth edges in the 9 to 15 foot depth range. Or then again you could use a scientific approach (like the Rocketman) based on your understanding of the muskie food chain. Phytoplankton and some small forms of zooplankton come first. These microscopic plants and animals are the base of the food chain. Small fish, such as minnows, young sportfish and forage fish depend on this food for survival and growth so they tend to congregate where the phytoplankton and some small forms of zooplankton is. In turn, larger fish eat these smaller fish so they follow them around. Muskies eat the larger fish so they follow them around. The charter captains want to catch the muskies so they follow them around too. They are in charter boats with all kinds of advertising written on the sides. To be at the top of the food chain all you have to do is find one of those charter boats with all kinds of advertising written on the sides and follow IT around!
Congrats on the fish in the pictures!! I see lots of vertically held fish in the pictures. Try to hold them horizontal folks. Holding them vertical with a boga may be good for your hand, but it's not good for the fish. Hold them horizontal and support that belly! Holding them vertical can cause the guts to detach and slide or separate/fracture the fishs "spine" at the back of the neck. These fish deserve our every effort for a safe release!!! Good luck and let them grow!
SCS, MI USA - Thursday, June 07, 2007 at 21:14:20 (CDT)
Good luck Rocketman, Can't wait put a few of your lures in the prop wash See ya on the water !!!
New Baltimore, Mi USA - Wednesday, May 30, 2007 at 19:49:23 (CDT)
I have a weekend scheduled to go to The Little Munuscong River Resort (thanks for the link by the way) but I am having trouble finding any information on it as far as lake maps, tips, what to bring/use, etc. If you ave any information or know where I can get some I would greatly appreciate it. Also wanted to sathanks to Bert Rimer for the great deal. Thanks on advance.
Tristan Schramke <twitty420$hotmail.com>
Caro, MI USA - Tuesday, April 03, 2007 at 22:03:55 (CDT)
I heard from many sources that you sold the Terminator Company to NORMARK!!!! is this true I have read this on a few websites and hear that at the fishing show a few weeks a ago at the Rock shown place in novi that you were going to do it,
St. Clair Shores, Mi USA - Friday, January 26, 2007 at 20:35:37 (CST)
Whoa - that's the first I have heard of that rumor. It's 100% not true. I am still making Terminator Muskie Lures myself and for the forseeable future I have no intention of trying to sell my business. All I can think is that perhaps Normark bought the "Terminator" line of titanium bass spinnerbaits. Incidently, my own company is Esox Design, Inc., and Terminator Muskie Lures is a registered trademark of Esox Design, Inc., and I am not in any way affiliated with the people who make the spinnerbaits.
Hey Rocketman...have you heard anything about allowing 2 rods per person in Ontario waters of St. Clair for 07? I have been hearing this rumor every year for several years now, but was told it really is happening for 07. I won't believe it until I see it in writing. What to you know about it? Thanks
Adam Andresky <d_dice$msn.com>
Gibsonia, PA USA - Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at 06:36:31 (CST)
Yeah, it seems to be the same rumor every year. I'll believe it when I see it in the Ontario MNR Fishing Regulations. When they come out they are available on their web site. I just checked for you and the 2007 regs are not posted yet. Try again in a few weeks. Here is the URL http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/MNR/index.html
Hey Rocketman, I am hoping you will let Muskies Canada post info for all of the Rocketman readers to see regarding the 2007 Muskies Canada Odyssey in April. This is a great show and all proceeds go to help support the Muskie fishery in Canada. Many thanks, Jeff O'Hagan, Muskies Canada Odyssey Committee
2007 MUSKIE ODYSSEY
Hi guys, been checking this site for years now, but now I am heading south for work. Got a plano big game box full of nice plugs (even some sweet terminators!!!) gonna sell em, keeping my rods and other equip. until I see what South Carolina is all about. If anyone needs an instant trolling collection, email me, will send pix. Not a fire sale, but you will be good to go right away!! thanks, and will miss my musky and walleyes!!
Scott K <aquasport13$yahoo.com>
Riverview, MI USA - Tuesday, August 29, 2006 at 20:13:19 (CDT)
Hey....I know it's been 6 years but how 'bout a "Lynn update?". After all, she's the reason we're all here to begin with.
USA - Tuesday, August 29, 2006 at 18:58:23 (CDT)
What do you think folks - Is it time for a new Miss MuskieBabe contest? Maybe a whole Miss MuskieBabe calendar if we get enough entries????
Rocketman, Just got the new batch of Terminators today! As usual they are AWESOME! Opening day in just 3 days! THANKS. Bob
SCS, USA - Wednesday, May 31, 2006 at 16:05:25 (CDT)
Hey Rocketman, Its obvious that you're a Rollin Rock Lover. Whacha gonna do about supporting that beer when them tight ass chickenshit pussys take the plant out of Latrobe and move the brewery to the toxic wastelands of Jersey. Ill tell ya, what a giant slap in the face of a great brew. It will never be the same. Latrobe PA will probably be a ghost town now until them Mighty Steelers start warmin up at mini camp.
Pittsburgh, PA USA - Thursday, May 25, 2006 at 11:51:43 (CDT)
OH NO!!!!! That's the worst news I've heard since they made the dancers at Leggs Lounge start wearing pasties!!!!
WOW Hey Rocketman Just received my bad ass termies. As always kick ass job on paint and quality. also a huge thanx for treating the first customer of new headquarters so kind.AWESOME!!!!!. didnt make it out on the big water in florida so no bigass fish picture i have decided to wait for the opener. good luck on opening weekend talk to ya next time i place order.(around 3rd weekend in may ha ha) thanx again Bill
bill finch <Bilcream2$sympatico.ca>
exeter, on canada - Tuesday, May 16, 2006 at 16:49:06 (CDT)
Rocketman, Are you going to take orders for TX later this year?
PS If you need any help in the nail shop drop me a line.
Bill B <iamwalleye1$aol.com>
Roscoe, IL USA - Friday, April 21, 2006 at 15:54:42 (CDT)
Hey Bill - I was counting on making my fortune airbrushing toenails but so far the nail salon biz hasn't had too many customers. Maybe it's the fact that Terminator jet fuel resistant ultra high gloss hardened urethane paint takes 48 hours to cure. Nah, that can't be it. It's probably just insufficient marketing. I am thinking that I just might need a few more trips to Scarlett's to try to drum up some business!
In the interim, I guess I am going to have to take a few more lure orders. I still have about six more batches to paint before I am all done with my present orders. Then I will open for business again for a short while. I'll put a notice on my main page a few days before I open back up. That should be sometime around the third week of May (hint hint). If you want some bad ass TX's for fall that will be your chance.
Custom toe nails ... now I've heard everything You're the man! Good luck with all that.
M.Nolan <mnolan$highlandproducts.com >
Ohio, USA - Thursday, March 30, 2006 at 12:07:08 (CST)
So far the nail painting biz is a little slow but I am sure it will pick up once the word gets out or the weather warms up or something ha ha ha.
Hi! I am the Area Director for the state of Michigan for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). We are a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for research, education, depression and mental illness awareness and suicide prevention. Our national organization is based in New York City, but I started the Metro Detroit/Ann Arbor chapter of AFSP five years ago after my father took his own life. We would like to do a fishing tournament as a fundraiser and I am wondering if you could help me get something started. I'm sorry for using this page to reach you, but I just didn't see any other way to contact you on this web site. A good friend of mine is a member of your group and he suggested I contact you about the tournament. Can you get in touch with me about this? We are a growing organization doing great work in Michigan and across the country. Since so many people suffer from depression, and children are taking their own lives at earlier ages, we need to do more to create awareness and educate people about this national health crisis. Thank you for your time, and again, sorry for contacting you this way. Tammi Landry, Michigan Area Director, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) www.afsp.org, tlandry$afsp.org
Tammi Landry <tlandry$afsp.org>
Commerce, MI USA - Sunday, March 26, 2006 at 08:01:08 (CST)
Hmmmmm, a member of "my group" huh? I wonder who that might be... Well, sorry but I am way too busy painting lures and toenails right now, and besides I don't know diddly about organizing fishing tournaments. Any of you guys want to help Tammi out?
GREAT SITE!!! I myself am just starting fishing for muskie in fact this will be my first year trying to catch one of those buggers. I have wasted my fishing time on walleye ( great eating) & salmon/lake trout/steelhead but I want something that has an at-a-tude like the wife!! Your site has givin me more info at one sitting than I have found anywhere. Thanks. I was going to spend the money to hire a charter but I think after reading everything on this site I will give it a go. I see that I'am going to have to buy some more equipment DAMN & the wife just started speaking to me again after the new E-tec I just bought (For water safety). Boat is a 21ft Hydra sport 212WA (200 E-Tech thanks to Lockemans)Boat name is Clown-N-Around See Ya on the water Rod Dunham
Rod Dunham <rdunham$comcast.net>
Belleville, mi USA - Friday, March 24, 2006 at 03:25:32 (CST)
Rocketman How do I send a picture to you? Got a nice one around 7 mile road in 9 feet of water end of September, estimating about 1 mile off shore. Chuck
Chuck Smith <clsjan$comcast.net>
Howell, MI USA - Friday, January 27, 2006 at 16:15:34 (CST)
Cool! Send it by email to my esoxbiz address. I'll do my best to get it uploaded and posted ASAP (in between making lures and empties of course).
This muskie fishing madman is dying to get some lures.Will do carpentry services in exchange for cold Rocket-fuel bruwskies and fishing lures.This service alone should make everyone much happier. UNCLE-DANBO
Danny Kane <uncledanbo$yahoo.com>
ANDOVER, NJ USA - Wednesday, January 25, 2006 at 13:03:01 (CST)
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