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Old 01-09-14, 05:19 PM   #1
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I have a hundred dollars to spend on Amazon. How about some suggestions on new baits or something. Was going to buy a veritas rod but I have enough rods right now. Was looking for KVD line conditioner but they don't have it. I'm good on hooks and line. What would you buy for 100 for fishing if you had it?
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Old 01-09-14, 05:31 PM   #2
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Since it looks like you're set on tackle and stuff, how are you set on fishing shirts? Man, I'd pick up a couple Columbia shirts, long sleeve is what I usually buy for sun protection. I know a lot of guys that fish in tee shirts and polo shirts, but I like those quick drying, light weight, fishing shirts. I wear them all summer, in the hottest weather and love them! I'm partial to the Columbia Bonehead, because I can get it in TALL sizes. Available from Cabela's and other retailers.
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Old 01-09-14, 06:50 PM   #3
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Whenever I have what I like to call, "free money," like gift cards or if I've returned an item and have store credit, I like to buy things that I might not normally buy. That's when I will drop $80 on Megabass baits or spend $70 on a swimbait.

If you have $100 to spend on fishing tackle and you don't really need anything specific, treat yourself. Splurge on something you wouldn't normally buy yourself. Maybe put it toward some Boga Grips or a fancy landing net or some high end baits, something you don't really need but would enjoy having.

Bruce's idea about fishing shirts is great too. I've taken to wearing Columbia pants and long sleeve shirts in the summer, along with a buff and boonie style hat and I don't have to wear sunscreen. I find it to be much more comfortable.
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Old 01-09-14, 10:02 PM   #4
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I'd do exactly what has been mentioned already. New fishing clothes and high end lures you would normally not cough up the cash for. For me, that would be lures from Lucky Craft. Maybe a high end surface bait or something like that. The people who gave you the gift cards no doubt want to you have fun with the purchase, so make their day and yours too.
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Old 01-09-14, 11:19 PM   #5
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http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=amb_link...d_i=B003D5FSL0

The boneheads are on sale too.
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Old 01-10-14, 03:40 PM   #6
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I always purchase expendable supplies like Horny Toads or Flukes in bulk..

Another idea would be a Kindle if your a reader or have Netflix.
The fire is 135.00 and it is pretty cool.

Netflix runs very nice on it..

Or the paper white Kindle if you just like to read.. or you could get a prime account and never pay for shipping for a year.

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Old 01-17-14, 01:25 AM   #7
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Megabass World 2013 (Eimukku 2584) (Japanese edition) ISBN-10:4777926427 [2013] (0010) $53.99

Megabass ITO Vision 110 MSS by Megabass $24.99

Owner's Weighted Black Chrome Beast Hook with Twistlock $8.69+

6" 4-Seg Hard Sinking Swimbait Hard Bait Fishing Lure HS4 by wLure $5.50

3 UNPAINTED 228mm Sebile Magic Swimmer Type SwimBait by Reel Power Handles $29.95

War Eagle Nickel Frame Spinnerbait Double Willow 3/8oz Purple Shad by War Eagle $5.99

Need any more??? Plenty of stuff available on Amazon.....
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Old 01-17-14, 10:12 AM   #8
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SO??? What did you buy? DO NOT tell me you went to Taco Bell and blew the whole $100.
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Old 01-17-14, 02:10 PM   #9
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I bought three depps buzz jets a lucky craft crank and 2 Booyah Boo Teaser rigs. Really can't wait to try out all of them. The Boo Teasers look pretty promising as do the buzz jets.

On a diet since the new year. Got to lose a lot of weight so I can get back to work. Doing weight watchers along with the girlfriend.
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Oh boy, there's an opening in that last sentence but I'm not going to touch it. Enjoy the new lures once the water isn't so hard.
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Oh boy, there's an opening in that last sentence but I'm not going to touch it. Enjoy the new lures once the water isn't so hard.
Yes it is hahahaha ha. I'm glad your doing weight watchers along with your girlfriend. 2 ways to knock the pounds off.
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Old 02-14-14, 03:22 AM   #12
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I'm looking to buy a light micro guide rod this year. I have a couple of Bass Pro Carbonlites but I wanna try like a Veritas Micro or Lews or something like that in the $100 range. Just a different band and have it as my all purpose I'm taking only rod with me to walk around the lake rod.
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Old 02-14-14, 10:05 AM   #13
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The lures you will enjoy,as for clothes fitting your lucky in that respect even dollar general stocks tall and or extra large me im micro,wore size 20 boys until late in life now 32-34 mens-small and cannot hardly find.132 pds sopping wet,and with a minor pot belly.And no aint going on no diet to get rid of it,was 118-125 most of my working life.
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