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  1. The Wiper Room
    Okay, I caught wipers every time I went through mid June. I have been skunked every time since then. 30 fish days below the dam at Truman Lake in April. Then, I was trolling crankbaits from a kayak and caught my largest 12+ lbs in small lakes in KC area. Caught at least one fish every time I...
  2. The Striper Forum
    well, now's the time to be aware of heat stroke and heat exhaustion. with the coming weeks will be potentially record high heat so it's important to be aware of that. low potasium levels and dehydration can cause cramps/heat exhaustion/even heat stroke.. make sure you drink plenty of...
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    oops --- my account has been deleted and banned.
  4. Boaters Forum
    Heat shrinkable tubing can be found in all major markets, including the automotive, electronic, audio & video, aerospace/aviation, military, telecommunications, shipbuilding, appliances, rail/transit industries plus many more.Typical uses for heat shrinkable tubing include: electrical...
  5. The Lounge
    Hey everybody! Just want to give you all a little warning/advice to be careful in this heat. Stay well hydrated, don't over do things. I just got out of the hospital this afternoon. I got overheated this weekend working on my car, and ended up in the ER room yesterday with atrial fibrillations...
  6. Surfcasting Central
    Re: fall run gathering in sandy hook sunday DEC 2nd zim > khary and jim at the fort morning of the hook outing
  7. The Lounge
    Good luck and enjoy your vacation. thumbsup.gif
  8. Saltwater Tackle Shop
    I know the last place to leave your fishing mono/reel on a hot summer day is in your car. Do braided lines get damaged by the heat as well?
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