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  1. Hudson River
    So this weekend there is a food truck festivel in Troy on the waterfront park. My wife and my mother in law are excited to go to it. Mean while My father in law and I are more excited about being out fishing. I used to tie up to the docks in Troy for a few beers at Browns when I went out with...
  2. Stripers 101 - The Beginners clinic.
    If I want to go bottom fishing, is it alright to tie a weight to the line before the leader? Or do i need to attach it to a swivel?
  3. The Striper Forum
    I usually tie the improved clinch knot but you can't with heavy line, so what knot will be suitable to tie? A uni knot? Thanks.
  4. Stripers 101 - The Beginners clinic.
    Which is better tying the line to a lure or using a snap swivel.i mostly use top wATER PLUGS.
  5. Hudson River
    I have to weigh my trailer to register it as homemade and I want to tie it up down at the Coxsackie boat launch. Are any docks in yet and if not, are there any built in tie offs anywhere down there?
  6. The Striper Forum
    So, if my hook has a bent eye as part of it's design- either towards or away from the point- should I use a snell knot that grabs the shaft of the hook or just tie directly to the hook eye? I am just wondering if their is supposed to be any advantage with such hooks to using a snell as opposed...
  7. Massachusetts
    or any other recommended knot to join lead core with my 30lb test mono?
  8. Stripers on the Fly
    Dave?s Baby Bunker?: An Easy Tie For Beginners Link May 2004 DAVES BABY BUNKER: AN EASY TIE FOR BEGINNERS This fly, which stretches the definition more than somewhat, while time consuming, is simple to tie given the proper materials, a modicum of patience, and attention to details the prime...
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