Skipjack was The Key

Written by nlcatfish

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a good hook set. He did not want to come offrepparttar bottom, so I knew it was a nice fish. Once he was inrepparttar 142430 boat, he was 27 inches long and weighed 10.8 pounds. The out side rod got a good bite about 15 minutes later. This fish checked out also at 10.8 pounds but was 26 inches. Just as I was starting to pack it in forrepparttar 142431 dayrepparttar 142432 outside rod got another good hit. This guy just would not come up offrepparttar 142433 bottom, even though he did swim towards repparttar 142434 boat. I did not horse him even thoughrepparttar 142435 rod I had would do repparttar 142436 job. That was when he wrapped my line aroundrepparttar 142437 back anchor rope. I now had a real chore of holdingrepparttar 142438 rod as I gotrepparttar 142439 anchor rope up enough to un-wrap my line. I did take my time to get that task done. Oncerepparttar 142440 line was cleared I then got a lot more forceful about getting this fish torepparttar 142441 surface. This topped out at 11.2 pounds per my digital scale and 28 inches long. I took 2 photos of him as I did with all other fish of evidence of this trip. Allrepparttar 142442 fish were returned torepparttar 142443 Ohio River and home.

Allrepparttar 142444 fish were caught using chunks of Skipjack . That isrepparttar 142445 greatest poundage of catfish I have caught when fishing out of my boat. I have never caught 4 catfish over 10 pound onrepparttar 142446 Ohio River in one trip before. So I am now starting to believe more, that Skipjacks help catch more & bigger catfish. Tight lines to all. webmaster for Cincinnati Catfishing AND SHOP WITHOUT DROPPING Over700Bargings4YOU XXXXXX

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Taylor Made, Aldila Shafts - History Being Made

Written by Mike Ross

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Now, though, shaft and club technology has completely changed how engineers and players look at their clubs. About ten years ago in golf history, a steel shaft came out onrepparttar market that revolutionized how clubs were designed.

These steel shafts helped golfers with a tighter flex and more responsiveness. Onrepparttar 142429 golf course, this shaft technology translated into a longer distance golf shot, better accuracy, and more consistent performance.

Even more recently, shaft technology has progressed club design even further. The goal of golf club designers is to create clubs that best transmitrepparttar 142430 energy fromrepparttar 142431 golfer's body, throughrepparttar 142432 club, torepparttar 142433 golf ball. Of course, like any technology, we can only await better and better golf clubs inrepparttar 142434 future.

Mike Ross is the founder of He writes reviews of all golf equipement including discount golf clubs, balls, shoes, carts and bags.

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