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bassNspear

OK Everyone, Since you Asked.. Heres My Spears!!!!

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have had this one for years, this is the one that i was talking about about the chrome tips that can be exchanged. Awesome Awesome spear.

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Newest spear that i got. This baby was lazer crafted and has awesome designs on it. The guy that made it was a master with it. I have two of them, might want to sell one if someone is interested Let me know.

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you can see the awesome writing and pictures of two pike on top. This spear is top of the line, thats why i have two. The tines on this spear will not move at all, there is no give. The one that i am using now, i hit a monster rock on the bottom of the lake spearing a 32 incher, and the thing never mad a mark, or bent at all. Awesome spear!! grin.giftongue.gif

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shamalex72

I saw one of those lazer cut spears just after I bought my spear. Maybe someday I will get one. Do you know who makes them?

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bassNspear

They are awesome spears. Alot of people make them, just a matter of what your looking for, and how much experience they have.

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Central Bassman

Nice Spears there BnS... I like the first one looks kinda what mine looks like!!!!

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bassNspear

Thanks man. Ya ther both great spears. The first one has been in the family for years, and the second one is great.

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Early Riser

Bassnspear, thanks for getting those pictures to us. The lazer cut spear is by Jeff Doty I believe. Mr. Doty also makes a very good spear hole scoop called the "darkhouse dipper." Where exactly did you find that spear?

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Stiff

Very Cool. I've heard of those lazer cut spears, but that is the first one I have seen.

~T

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Central Bassman

Where can you get one of them Dark house Dippers... Or see one??

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silverhair

BNS;

How much for the extra one and is it the one in the picture?

Bob

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bassNspear

180 for it. and its the same thing thats in the pic

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shamalex72

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The lazer cut spear is by Jeff Doty I believe. Mr. Doty also makes a very good spear hole scoop called the "darkhouse dipper."


I heard that he was making spears but didn't know it was those. He was one of my teachers in high school.

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bassNspear

Great spears

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Laska

If i had the demensions I could get one made for cheap, My uncle works for a company that cuts steel n such with a water jet machine, I know I could because he has made hardened steel bottle openers that look like sharks with initials inside. Awsome spear tho, wish I had one like that!

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Gordie

I seen the spears and the dark house dippers at reeds by lake mille lacs a couple of weeks ago .very cool

as soon as my plasma cutter gets back frm the shop I might try and make a couple of them.

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welcome to FM Laska. Glad to have you part of the family!

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