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Thread: A couple of tools from The Old Days

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    A couple of tools from The Old Days

    The original Boga-Grip "Dettys Lip Lock Hand Lander" and a 30" Barbed Gaff Billy Club.
    Gaff 'em, Whack 'em, then lay 'em down next to the 30" Billy
    oops 29 1/2" now what?

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    A couple of tools from The Old Days

    The original Boga-Grip "Dettys Lip Lock Hand Lander" and a 30" Barbed Gaff Billy Club.
    Gaff 'em, Whack 'em, then lay 'em down next to the 30" Billy
    oops 29 1/2" now what?

    http://www.muskyhunter.com/forum/user_files/616.jpg


    http://www.muskyhunter.com/forum/user_files/617.jpg

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    RE: A couple of tools from The Old Days

    seem to be more and more tools fishing now ...

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    RE: A couple of tools from The Old Days

    seem to be more and more tools fishing now ...

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    RE: A couple of tools from The Old Days

    I remember my dad having a gaff and a 22 pistol in the boat "for that big one" back in the mid 1950's and early 60's. Just how it was back then.

    Times have certainly changed.

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    RE: A couple of tools from The Old Days

    I remember my dad having a gaff and a 22 pistol in the boat "for that big one" back in the mid 1950's and early 60's. Just how it was back then.

    Times have certainly changed.

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    RE: A couple of tools from The Old Days

    When i was a kid in the 1960's it was still very common to have a gaff and a club in the boat to land and subdue your musky. Nothing was let go back then if it was legal. Baked musky and grilled musky was also pretty common with sub 40 inch fish

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    RE: A couple of tools from The Old Days

    When i was a kid in the 1960's it was still very common to have a gaff and a club in the boat to land and subdue your musky. Nothing was let go back then if it was legal. Baked musky and grilled musky was also pretty common with sub 40 inch fish

    rnovak

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    RE: A couple of tools from The Old Days

    My grandma used to tell the tale that back in the day a .38 was best for boatside dispatch.

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    RE: A couple of tools from The Old Days

    My grandma used to tell the tale that back in the day a .38 was best for boatside dispatch.

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