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    New Member w/ inquiry? #2047 06/15/09 08:07 PM
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    Greets All..As a lead/aluminum caster I have been making sinkers & downrigger balls for years but want to learn how to make and get a better education on building out some more commonly used rigs....as we never had much extra cash we always made our own gear and I'm helping to cover the rent by expanding the lead business a little. Can you point me to a good source of How to Make Its??even some good pix would suffice. Also does everyone make up their own rigs or would you buy them in quantity at a discounted price? I was thinking of speaking to charter companies? Thanks for the space, just tryin to beat this economy!! blush
    Thanks for listening to the new guy!ML


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    http://www.marksworx.com

    Hand Made Sinkers/Weights & Downrigger Balls:
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    Re: New Member w/ inquiry? [Re: foamfollower] #2053 06/20/09 04:49 AM
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    good idea try the Texas fishing Forum and go to the saltwater section.


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