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[flash=][/flash]Magnus, how old are you? I ask because I can’t wait to reach the age where being this grumpy is not only acceptable, but almost expected 😬. Regarding switch rods - I seem to remember a Daiwa called CC98, I think? They were what we today perceive as a “switch rod” as far as I remember...
SA also has a lot of their lines marked "one line weight heavier". But what the H..l is the point? I can't (almost) understand MPX et al. that are half a rating heavier, but one - or for that matter two? Whty not just mark the true to standard and let angelrs know the obvious: Up-line by all means i...
- Thu Jul 25, 2019 5:43 pm
- Forum: Photography
- Topic: Any fellow Pro photographers/ sound engineers?
- Replies: 14
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I suppose you could say I'm 1/4 pro photographer as I'm in charge of all photography going out of the house at the museum I work for.
I don't find float tubes to be particular hard work, as long as you accept their natural limitations - your reach is limited compared to pontoon boats and kayaks, of course, but still you can get around quite well. The best advice is to find a good compromise between effort and speed, when moving ar...
The lake has an interesting depth chart. I would seriously consider getting a float tube or something similar to fish such a lake, especially with the treelined shore you describe. Get an extraspool for your reel, mount a (monofilament) shootingline and with 2-3 sinking shootingheads you are setup u...