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About Basschaser

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  • Birthday 06/08/1964

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    Chisago, Mn.
  1. That is exactly what we are going to do fivebucks. We are going to stay at Bud N Mary's and fish the backcountry of the Everglades for two days. We are going to hire a guide for both days so we don't have to bring any equipment with. Can't wait to get down there!
  2. Thanks mainbutter! Here are the answers to your questions: 1.This is a fishing only trip. I am taking two clients so I want all three of us to fish together out of the guide's boat. The company I work for will be paying for the trip so as long as the guide is in the $500 to $700 per day range I should be okay. 2. We will not be bringing any tackle. We will need to hire a guide that supplies the tackle. 3. We are planning on two full days of fishing. 4. We are open to any location. Just looking to show a customer a good time. I would say numbers of fish would be more important than size. If you have any other advice I would like to hear it. Thanks.
  3. We are wide open. Hopefully we can find a place within a few hours drive from one the major airports. We have not purchased any plane tickets yet so we are very flexible to where we go.
  4. I'm going to take a quick trip to Florida in February or early March to try some in shore fishing. Not sure if that is a good time to go but it is my only choice. I am clueless when it comes to fishing down there so I intend on hiring a guide. Can anybody steer me in the right direction as far as where to go or even better yet, any guides that they can recommend? We do not have a preference on what type of fish we want to catch just looking for some good action.
  5. My prediction is if you watch this game, you're going to wish you went fishing instead. Vikes lose by a field goal.
  6. I have the same problem with the faucet in my master bedroom. The smell only occurs when using the cold water. The plumbing is only 6 years old.
  7. Shimano Cumara 7' Medium Power - Fast Action Shimano Curado 51 Baitcaster 10# Seagar InvizX Fluoro
  8. Large fish get pinned against the side of the boat and little ones get flipped into the boat. Bass will hold surprisingly still when you hold them under the belly. With cranks I remove the hooks with a pliers.
  9. I'm pretty confident I know what lake these guys are fishing. If you have read these posts long enough, you will see that they have spilled enough beans to figure it out.
  10. I believe either Paycheck Baits or Reaction Innovations make that product. Check at Tackle Warehouse.
  11. Anybody know how these are for towing a boat? I am also looking to possibly buy a used one. I've heard these vehicles are extremely reliable but I'm not sure how they would handle towing a 2500 pound boat.
  12. Basschaser

    drop shot rod

    Smaller reels are not a good choice if fluorocarbon line is going to be used (which is my line of choice for drop shotting). If fluorocarbon is used, I would use a 2500 size spinning reel or even larger. It also helps to use a quality line like Seaguar Ivzx.
  13. Basschaser

    N/S Center

    According to Frankies, there are still plenty of bass to be had on North Center. I haven't been out there myself but will soon.
  14. Basschaser

    dock fishing

    I have been a homeowner on a lake for the past 30 years and have experienced the same. I put my dock and boat in a PUBLIC LAKE every year knowing very well that they are going to get hit many times over the course of the year and just accept that that's the way it is. I try to make a positive out of it by asking how the fishing is. Some fisherman will give you a lot more information than you asked for.
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