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  1. The Striper Forum
    I have found that the Tube and Worm method of slow trolling for Stripers is nearly unbeatable to reliably catch fish during the daytime hours. That said I like to modify the tubes provided by my local shop. I typically add 18+" of Flouro leader, a ball bearing swivel and replace the hook with...
  2. 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...
  3. Bait & Tackle Shops
    Hi, I am looking for a 50 foot spool of red (also called wine colored) late surgical tubing for lure making. I need the 5/16 outside diameter size. Does anyone here have a source? I am located in Gloucester, MA. Thanks, Goatman
  4. Striper Guides & Charters
    Good god where did all the f'in blues come from. Holy crap everywhere I went today there was 8-12lb bluefish waiting to sink their teeth into my tubes!! LOL... well we did manage a couple of decent tube bass in between the chompers. The tube action this week has been excellent, so those of you...
  5. Kayaking Stripers
    anyone have a place to get colored surgical tubing for TnW rigs?
  6. The Striper Forum
    where can I buy surgical tubing.....I want to make my own tube and worm rig! any suggestions :BenNudd:
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