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Author Topic: Big Tackle Presence at the Show  (Read 13368 times)

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jim 2row

Re: Big Tackle Presence at the Show
« Reply #40 on: January 06, 2010, 08:32:51 PM »

Have a question for you guys since you guys were talking about the gobies. Fish erie quite abit and have you guyus noticed that the gobies almost turn blackish in the fall?

Durand Dan

Re: Big Tackle Presence at the Show
« Reply #41 on: January 07, 2010, 08:14:48 PM »

Just got back from the show,(that was a ride I didn't need). Helped out at the GLB booth for a few hours. I did have a chance to look around and there are lots of new inovations in lures and equipment on display. Some great deals too! Get down there and check it out!


Re: Big Tackle Presence at the Show
« Reply #42 on: January 08, 2010, 09:34:11 AM »

I was wondering how the drive was for you back to Durand.  Not bad back to Livonia.  It only took me 20 minutes instead of the usual 15 minutes.      :o          ::)         :P  Anyway I was at the show last night as well.  I agree with Durand Dan.  Lots of new innovations from what I did see.  I wasn't able to make it around to all the booths either.  I will tonight as I will be attending as well as Saturday with my son.  I did attend Wayne's seminar at 2000 hours (8pm) on Stage C.  This is stuff of the future.  I love technology.  This thing that Wayne is doing is "cutting edge".  He is going in a direction that will make you a "techno geek" if you are not already one such as myself.  I LOVE THIS STUFF.  He is on the road for taking our sport to a whole other level.  GREAT STUFF Wayne.  GREAT STUFF!!!!      ;)       8)  Even though tournament anglers probably make up most of Wayne's customer base, this is stuff for recreational fisherman also.  I would recommend anyone and everyone to log on to the new site and sign up.  I know I am.  I will go out on a limb here and say that this site will be the hottest information site on the web for actual real time data on the World Wide Web for bass fishing on at least as a start, Lake St. Clair.  Awesome!!!!   Here is the link...Wayne's New Site.  Be sure to check it out!!!

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Re: Big Tackle Presence at the Show
« Reply #43 on: January 09, 2010, 12:25:45 AM »

That's a huge compliment coming from a hard core researcher like you BD, thanks. 

One of the cool features is that I can upload data on the water and the search engine makes it available in a matter of minutes. 

Thanks goes out to all of those folks who attended the seminar the last two days and also to all the information and tackle customers who have supported this business for over a decade to make this possible.  More to come...
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