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Old April 7th, 2006, 10:25 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
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First tourney of the season tomorrow. Temps are supposed to drop in the mid 40s for a high and rain in the morning. Got my paper rain suit and my Zebco ready. Hell.....at least I'll be fishing. Just hoping to be doing some catching as well......

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Old April 8th, 2006, 01:23 AM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
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"Sandon L. Joren" wrote in message
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First tourney of the season tomorrow. Temps are supposed to drop in the mid
40s for a high and rain in the morning. Got my paper rain suit and my Zebco
ready. Hell.....at least I'll be fishing. Just hoping to be doing some
catching as well......

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Sandy Joren
Pesci tutto il giorno.....drink tutta la notte

Good luck. My first of the season Sunday. Forecasting 70 plus degrees down
at Lake Yankton South Dakota. Red Rattle Traps. Each your heart out
Minnesota and Wisconsin. ;- ) Joe Z.


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Old April 8th, 2006, 02:15 AM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
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On Fri, 7 Apr 2006 19:23:57 -0500, "Joe Z"
sent into the ether:


"Sandon L. Joren" wrote in message
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First tourney of the season tomorrow. Temps are supposed to drop in the mid
40s for a high and rain in the morning. Got my paper rain suit and my Zebco
ready. Hell.....at least I'll be fishing. Just hoping to be doing some
catching as well......


Now that is just plain cruel Joe. It should be close to 50 Sat and 55
Sunday here in WI.

Hey Chris are you looking for a fishing partner Sunday?



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Old April 9th, 2006, 04:03 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
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Well now.......That was plainly the most miserable day of fishing I believe I have ever had in my life. Rained all day long with temperature around 40 degrees with a constant wind making it feel in the low 30's. To top it off, around 11am it turned to sleet and before that was over (about an hour and a half), there was almost an inch of ice in the boat. Myself, I didn't do too well but learned quite a few lessons. However, my best friend and fishing buddy that lives about a block from me won the tournament!!!! It was the first fishing tournament he has ever won in his life as he only started fishing tournaments last year and he won it from the back of the boat as it is a draw tournament(ABA, District 10). He ended up with three fish for a total weight of 9.74 lbs!!! He missed lunker by only 2 100ths of an oz. But you know what the best part of the whole things was?????? He caught all of his fish on a birthday present I gave him last year. Right out of the package white and chartreuse SECRET WEAPON SPINNER BAIT. I got him three for his birthday last year and he caught every fish that day on a 1/4 oz with a small silver Colorado front spinner and a gold larger willowleaf back spinner. When I asked him what was the blade arrangement, he said he didn't know (he didn't know the difference between a Colorado and a willowleaf). He just said he opened the package and tied it on and added a white split-tail trailer. He had, in the past, had rather inconsistent hookups when using a spinner bait. He told me he landed EVERY fish that hit on the Secret Weapon. 100% success rate Needless to say, I am extremely proud of my fishing buddy.......

By the way, my buddy Barry would like to express his most sincere gratitude to Mr. Rickard and his wonderful product!!!! I sincerely believe that a Pro Kit order will soon be in the making.......

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"Sandon L. Joren" wrote in message ...
First tourney of the season tomorrow. Temps are supposed to drop in the mid 40s for a high and rain in the morning. Got my paper rain suit and my Zebco ready. Hell.....at least I'll be fishing. Just hoping to be doing some catching as well......

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Sandy Joren
Pesci tutto il giorno.....drink tutta la notte
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Old April 9th, 2006, 06:11 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
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"Sandon L. Joren" wrote in message
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Well now.......That was plainly the most miserable day of fishing I believe
I have ever had in my life. Rained all day long with temperature around 40
degrees with a constant wind making it feel in the low 30's. To top it off,
around 11am it turned to sleet and before that was over (about an hour and a
half), there was almost an inch of ice in the boat. Myself, I didn't do too
well but learned quite a few lessons. However, my best friend and fishing
buddy that lives about a block from me won the tournament!!!! It was the
first fishing tournament he has ever won in his life as he only started
fishing tournaments last year and he won it from the back of the boat as it
is a draw tournament(ABA, District 10). He ended up with three fish for a
total weight of 9.74 lbs!!! He missed lunker by only 2 100ths of an oz.
But you know what the best part of the whole things was?????? He caught all
of his fish on a birthday present I gave him last year. Right out of the
package white and chartreuse SECRET WEAPON SPINNER BAIT. I got him three
for his birthday last year and he caught every fish that day on a 1/4 oz
with a small silver Colorado front spinner and a gold larger willowleaf back
spinner. When I asked him what was the blade arrangement, he said he didn't
know (he didn't know the difference between a Colorado and a willowleaf).
He just said he opened the package and tied it on and added a white
split-tail trailer. He had, in the past, had rather inconsistent hookups
when using a spinner bait. He told me he landed EVERY fish that hit on the
Secret Weapon. 100% success rate Needless to say, I am extremely proud of
my fishing buddy.......

By the way, my buddy Barry would like to express his most sincere gratitude
to Mr. Rickard and his wonderful product!!!! I sincerely believe that a Pro
Kit order will soon be in the making.......


LOL, that doesn't surprise me at all. Afterall, my favorite secret weapon
is a Secret Weapon!
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Old April 9th, 2006, 06:19 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
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On Sun, 9 Apr 2006 11:03:09 -0400, "Sandon L. Joren"
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Well now.......That was plainly the most miserable day of fishing I believe I have ever had in my life. Rained all day long with temperature around 40 degrees with a constant wind making it feel in the low 30's. To top it off, around 11am it turned to sleet and before that was over (about an hour and a half), there was almost an inch of ice in the boat. Myself, I didn't do too well but learned quite a few lessons. However, my best friend and fishing buddy that lives about a block from me won the tournament!!!! It was the first fishing tournament he has ever won in his life as he only started fishing tournaments last year and he won it from the back of the boat as it is a draw tournament(ABA, District 10). He ended up with three fish for a total weight of 9.74 lbs!!! He missed lunker by only 2 100ths of an oz. But you know what the best part of the whole things was?????? He caught all of his fish on a birthday present I gave him last year. Right out of the package white and
chartreuse SECRET WEAPON SPINNER BAIT. I got him three for his birthday last year and he caught every fish that day on a 1/4 oz with a small silver Colorado front spinner and a gold larger willowleaf back spinner. When I asked him what was the blade arrangement, he said he didn't know (he didn't know the difference between a Colorado and a willowleaf). He just said he opened the package and tied it on and added a white split-tail trailer. He had, in the past, had rather inconsistent hookups when using a spinner bait. He told me he landed EVERY fish that hit on the Secret Weapon. 100% success rate Needless to say, I am extremely proud of my fishing buddy.......

By the way, my buddy Barry would like to express his most sincere gratitude to Mr. Rickard and his wonderful product!!!! I sincerely believe that a Pro Kit order will soon be in the making.......


A 3lb average is not bad at all at stingy old Hopatcong. Especially
from the back of the boat. BTW, what were the water temps like?

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Old April 9th, 2006, 10:59 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
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Thanks for the good report, Sandon.

When I lived on Hopatcong a few years back, I could tell it would make a
good spinnerbait lake, but that was years before I met Rickard and his
Secret Weapons. I'm glad to read that Barry cashed in. Too bad he wasn't in
the ABA Special Ops program; that win would have netted him a $50 tackle
pack plus a shot at the April $500 drawing.

Joe

"Sandon L. Joren" wrote in message
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snip:He caught all of his fish on a birthday present I gave him last year.
Right out of the package white and chartreuse SECRET WEAPON SPINNER BAIT.
snip:


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Old April 10th, 2006, 04:52 AM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
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"Sandon L. Joren" wrote in message
...
Well now.......That was plainly the most miserable day of fishing I believe
I have ever had in my life. Rained all day long with temperature around 40
degrees with a constant wind making it feel in the low 30's. To top it off,
around 11am it turned to sleet and before that was over (about an hour and a
half), there was almost an inch of ice in the boat. Myself, I didn't do too
well but learned quite a few lessons. However, my best friend and fishing
buddy that lives about a block from me won the tournament!!!! It was the
first fishing tournament he has ever won in his life as he only started
fishing tournaments last year and he won it from the back of the boat as it
is a draw tournament(ABA, District 10). He ended up with three fish for a
total weight of 9.74 lbs!!! He missed lunker by only 2 100ths of an oz.
But you know what the best part of the whole things was?????? He caught all
of his fish on a birthday present I gave him last year. Right out of the
package white and chartreuse SECRET WEAPON SPINNER BAIT. I got him three
for his birthday last year and he caught every fish that day on a 1/4 oz
with a small silver Colorado front spinner and a gold larger willowleaf back
spinner. When I asked him what was the blade arrangement, he said he didn't
know (he didn't know the difference between a Colorado and a willowleaf).
He just said he opened the package and tied it on and added a white
split-tail trailer. He had, in the past, had rather inconsistent hookups
when using a spinner bait. He told me he landed EVERY fish that hit on the
Secret Weapon. 100% success rate Needless to say, I am extremely proud of
my fishing buddy.......

By the way, my buddy Barry would like to express his most sincere gratitude
to Mr. Rickard and his wonderful product!!!! I sincerely believe that a Pro
Kit order will soon be in the making.......


Dang, I should have bucked the winds longer. 2 fish for me. Both on SW
Bleeding Minnow. 20+ mph winds on a no gas motor lake. 3 hours and I
discovered the disks I herniated in my neck months ago are still not up to
white caps and rollers. I pussed out. sigh! :-(
Great job Sandy!
Joe Z.


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Hey, Sandon... shoot me an e-mail or call, ok?

Joe
swljoe at secretweaponlures.com


 




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