Golf Bag Tips - How To Care For Your ClubsWritten by Mike Ross
You have invested a ton of money in your golf clubs and bag. It makes sense, then, that you would want to care for your clubs and bag so that you get most use out of them. These following golf bag tips and golf club tips will help you do just that.
These tips are suitable for an ancient golf bag with dividers, an old set of golf clubs that you inherited from your grandfather, or finest set of clubs and bag that money can buy.
One of best tips for caring for your bags and clubs is to keep them indoors when you're not using them. Many golfers tend to leave their bag in their car trunk or in their garage. But this exposes bag to drastic changes in temperature and moisture, both of which can ruin a nice bag and set of golf clubs.
Skipjack was The KeyWritten by nlcatfish
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Skipjack Was Key
This morning I got my boat set up at my favorite fishing spot. I was using 2 rods today. One was baited with a chunk of skipjack, other with tuna blood vein. The rod with skipjack started tapping, then it bent down. The fish was hooked and fight was joined. My reward for this effort was a 12 pound Channel cat 29 inches long. Took my normal 2 photos of fish and put him back to fight another day. Put on fresh bait and cast line back into river. I did get a light tap on blood vein before heading for another place.
I moved my boat down river for second spot to fish. The wind started blowing up river, so I had to put out my back anchor to hold boat steady. Stayed there for a good 45 minutes without a bite. I pulled up anchors and started checking out other spots. I looked over area of places I thought would hold fish. Nothing really showed up with my fish finder to stay anywhere to fish. I returned to place I started and was protected from wind. I left that area just after 25 minutes of no action.
My final spot was a place I had marked fish with my fish finder in past, but never fished. Once again had I to put both anchors out to hold boat steady. I baited both rods up with skipjack this time. About 5 minutes later I noticed a good tap on my inside rod. I picked up rod and fish took off, so got