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Midwest Pea-shooter

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icarus pacific

icarus pacific

Nov 7, 2001
Oh hell yeah!

Aww, saahweeet!

The fact that it's dinner courtesy of your own rig is cause for major smoothness points Tedski! :cool: :cool: :cool:



tropical wuss
Sep 16, 2002
Thanks sven.

Sorry for draggin zman. I got a split-second offer on Friday to go to sand lake (20+ feet of vis and great fish) :inlove. I filled my stringer with 14-16 inch crappie. They were friggin' huge I tell ya. We feasted on fillets over some brews and a game of horseshoes - all while taking in the 'scenery' of the passing pontoons. My buds took photos...I'll have em soon.

That's what it's all about!



Well-Known Member
Dec 28, 2002
Gooday Unirdna
Aiming with 1 or 2 eyes should be like shooting a shotgun 2 eyes is better
but make sure your lining the gun up with your master eye for a simple test of this try pointing your finger at an oject some distance away say 20 feet with both eyes open use your right hand now close your left eye does your finger still appear pointed at the object or did it seem to jump about 3 feet to the left repeat this with your left eye and left hand one eye will move the picture when you close it this is your master eye and the one that is doing the aiming with both eyes open the other eye just gives you depth and movement definition and more field of view if your right eye is best shoot right hande or if its you left shoot left handed or close left eye and youll shoot straight but loose some vision and perception of distance and target speed.
Regards peter
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