A personal take on tackle development

The history & development of fishing tackle part of the forum.
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Kev D
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It's Ok,l've done penance .
20 minutes of scarification with a Jardine snap tackle( squashed barbs ) followed by genuflection and mumbled entreaties to ......The Black Prince.
I feel so much better.
In order to shoot some close-ups, wildlife photographer ,the late Len Scapstillon, lured the orca to him by dressing as a seal.......

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I always laugh at how cane comes from China. People usually cringe at the thought ^^

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Kev D wrote: Thu Nov 12, 2020 12:11 pm It's Ok,l've done penance .
20 minutes of scarification with a Jardine snap tackle( squashed barbs ) followed by genuflection and mumbled entreaties to ......The Black Prince.
I feel so much better.
Tread the way carefully..

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