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Jigging Bob

Rock 'n Reel

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Jigging Bob

Have any of you other fisherman tried the Rock 'n Reel's T-bone makes. I was borrowed one for the weekend & I couldn't beleive how sensitive it was. I caught some crappies I would have had know idea they were even biting if I just had a simple bobber on like most of us usually do. It jiggs itself and works great all around. Everyone in my house was amazed at how great it worked for such a simple idea. Needless to say I am getting some Rock 'n Reel's and so are my buddies. If you want to catch more fish I would strongly suggest useing the Rock n' Reel. It has my approval. Thanks good luck fishing

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GRAND DAD

I want some how do you get them

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Gissert

Jigging Bob -

I am glad that you are now a believer in the Rock N Reel, By T-Bone.

I knew if I let you use it for the weekend that you would want your own.


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Jigging Bob......You have to admit, it ain't rocket science but it works. That's what i like most about ice fishing, the KISS principle applies. (Keep it simple stupid!).....Yours will be in Gissert's hands for the weekend. .......T

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Jigging Bob

T-bone,
I can't wait,
Thank you,

Grand dad,
I just emailed t-bone on fishing minnesota. You will have to work it out with him as to where to get one. I will sum up its performance in 3 words though. "There the ****". Every true fisherman should have at least one in his/her arsonal of fishing weapons. Trust me you won't be sorry for buying one.

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ChuckN

Me too, me too!! grin.gif

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Paul Rohweller

They are pretty neat! Good idea too, the operation is simple and it will put more fish in the tub! Paul

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Dano_the_jigasaurus

Could you elaborate more on these Rock'n Reels, i am interested in exactly what they are and how they function, if it is secret or you would rather not post it, if someone would e mail me information that would be great. dano_the_dino@hotmail.com

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Gissert

Dano -

Check this out:

http://fishingminnesota.com/ubb/Forum30/HTML/003533.html


The rock n reel holder for your dead stick that you would normally fish with a bobber.

The rod balances on a peg and it will detectet the very light biting walleyes and the up-biting crappies. The fish don't feel the resistance of the bobber, so they are less likely to spit the hook.

I almost never fish with a bobber any longer.

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Rick

I have an original by Tbone and one of the first manufactured.

If you don't have one...you want one even if you don't know it yet.

Just e-mail Tbone at:
turbofix@yahoo.com

or call
(218) 751-9669 and ask for a Rock-n-Reel

Tbone, do you have any phone numbers you can be called at?

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