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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Old Drum and Light Tackle

Saturdays March 1 Old Drum Light Tackle Seminar Specials are Ready - This is what caught many a Old Drum last year and held up great ready for another season.

TFO 7 and 7'6" H rods - $90 reg $100 + tax
Diawa Lexa 3500 Spinning Reel - $140 reg $140 + tax
Diawa Excelor 4000 Spinning Reel - $120 reg $145 + tax
TFO/Diawa Lexa Combo - $220 reg $230 + tax
TFO/Diawa Excelor Combo - $200 reg $220 + tax
DOA Airheads - $5.00 reg $5.29 + tax
DOA Popping Corks - $3.00 reg 3.99 + tax
VMC Hooks - $6 reg 6.79 + tax
Drum Rigs - $8 - reg $8.79 + tax
DOA Eat My Lure shirts - $5.00 reg 12.95 + tax

Come join us by responding by tomorrow if not ticketed yet and enjoy great information and deals as well as trip discounts available to participants. Bring some extra cash.

Posted by Capt. Dave on 02/26/14

Monday, February 24, 2014

Power Pole

As I mentioned earlier - I am now a Certified Warranty Repair Center for Power Pole - only I told them there was a problem - they dont break much!

 

Now heres the deal - I have a guys $250 Power Pole discount coupon that expires in May - only wants $50 for it - call me to order one and take advantage of a great offer. Save $200 off your choice of pole! First taker gets it.

Posted by Capt. Dave on 02/24/14

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Show Stuff

I have my show order stuff in-bound to be here hopefully by the weekend.

Items coming and ready to go at great prices:

Watersnake Trolling Motors
SWDR-ET54-48 Ambush 12v
SWDG4V80-54 Combat 24v
SWXB80-54  24v

Diawa Spinning Reels
Procycons
Lexas
Excelers
AIRDs
Opus Plus Drum Combos

TFO Rods
7’ L, M/L, Med and Hvy
7’6” Hvy (heavies for old drum light combos)

Ruger
380 LCP pistol

Call and come see them – wanta move as quick as I bought it!!!!!

Trolling motors carry 2 year warranty and I can do the install as well.
I am authorized warranty repair on Watersnake and just completed training to be assign Certified Warranty Repair center for Power Poles as well.

On to other stuff – Drum Seminar on March 1 still has eating available but we need pre- registration to assure lunch we provide. We cook to the numbers so pay at door without confirmation may leave you hungry and would hate to see you miss Grady Dixons chicken. I have enough rigging material provided by DOA Lures and myself for 50 people to tie and take home their own Deadly Combo for Old Drum. I will have Rods, Reels, and tackle needed for this exciting fishery there or sale also. With all of this I will also give a $50 discount on a drum trip if booked seminar day or within a week after by an attendee. You may win a whole day with me as part of the give-away raffle – good luck.

Get geared up for a great season – even with trout closure – catch and release aint bad (ask the ole BASS guys)
 

Posted by Capt. Dave on 02/19/14

Sunday, February 16, 2014

My Travel Story

Well, me and wife finally made our maiden extended camping voyage. 5 weeks in Florida with 4 days in Georgia. No broken bones or black eyes either; matter of fact we are both ready to do again!
We started with our stay in Tampa/St Pete region for 2 weeks with some Shriners friends. Great socializing, eating and shopping plus a couple trips wade (freeze) fishing. Waded Anna Maria and Emerson Point areas one day  with wife and caught notta. Only saw 1 sheephead. Fished MacDil Airforce Base flats with Coronel  Dean Franks and finally got him on 1 trout on a DOA shrimp. Cold and crappy weather there in Florida terms. We both had leg cramps after coming in.
On to Jenson Beach to see and fish with my DOA family. I went out one day with Capt Ed Zayak and fished Indian River flats with some decent success. Waded and boat fished catching trout, drum, and snook. We saw some really nice fish but didn’t hook up. Next day was our afternoon with Mark Nichols. Me and Kim got on the boat for a ritual cold beverage to start our trip. We were looking for some pompano which usually get fired up when it gets cold – which it had! Started with plenty of ladies and jacks. Moved around and found a nice trout and made it another fun day on the Indian.Mark was kind enough to let us again use the Gheenoe for our lone ventures. We first went back north and man here comes the wind. We started drifting a slough and found some decent trout and jacks. Left and went up on a flat but water was stirred up bad, Never saw a fish. Back out to the slough and amn wind was up more. The Gheenoe did well and we made 3 more drifts with the same success as earlier before Kim said she had enough! The next morning she wasn’t wanting to go so solo I went. Beautiful light breeze.  Found the same big Ladies and jacks as with Mark but no trout. Fish a couple hours early and called it in.In between fishing and sleeping – Tony Romas provided great priced beverages and a great Super Bowl Party!
On to Port Canaveral for a few days. Really nice campground on the ocean and river with a view of all cruise ships going out. You can also fish from the jetty, pier or beach. Fished one day with my friend Capt Willy Le of Native Fly Charters in Mosquito Lagoon sight fishing for big drum and trout. I finally got my wife to experience sight casting thanks to Willy. We each caught trout and drum having a great day on the water. He showed us a nice happy hours for wings and brews before we headed in to get ready for our introduction to Vietnamese cuisine – my request. I cant tell you the name of what we had but it was a soup with meat and veggies and was excellent. Also had the chance to meet Kristen and Jasmine – great family!
Now on to Cedar Key. This has got to be to best quant fishing island. Nothing around but marsh, islands and a small fishing town. Camped at Anglers RV Park which is an excellent site. Paul is the owner and very personable with all his clients. He took me and my buddy Noble Brother Ron Hartman and 2 others out red grouper fishing. We had a blast with me getting the only 2 groupers yet undersize. We caught loads of Cedar Key grouper (grunts) and some nice sea bass coming in with a load for the campers to clean for a fish fry. Ron and I ventured out one morning and found some nice areas to fish but only 1 trout. Hopefully Ron will get on them before he leaves – I left him plenty of DOA!
That is it for the fishing – Tybee Island was just a stop to break return trip home – hate to come come but – Until Next Time – Back in the saddle at Minnesott ready to fish and sell gear!

Posted by Capt. Dave on 02/16/14


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