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Mario Kok

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  1. I'm also not quite sure what to make of this. I haven't bought an awful lot from Carpkit, but when I did Simon provided an excelent service. So has every other vendor I have bought from in the US, including Resistance Tackle in the past, Wackerbaits and Big Carp Tackle. All very profesional with an outstanding service. Never had an issue. We don't know if the initiator of this post has had personal beef with the vendor, or something else entirely initiated the online dialogue. Or maybe Simon really messed up. Who knows. But either way, I am not a big fan of trying to burn a business online. It looks bad, it feels bad, it smells bad. There are better ways to handle this.
  2. Excellent suggestion Dave.
  3. All yours to play with guys. Just think Diggs has a point and I would guess that the majority of the CAG members want to see a North American scene on the cover, with or without fish, I don't really care either way. It's a great opportunity for the CAG members to put themselves in the spotlight so to speak. I would try not to copy the 20,000 other European magazines out there. Dare to be different. But you guys are right, if no members submit proper pics it's a mute point anyhow. Members: It's your magazine, paid for by your membership contributions. If you want to be in it, be proactive and help out the NACA staff.
  4. Diggs has a point though. As to the struggle for content, quality content does not come in by mail. A post on the forum is also fairly unproductive. Content has to be proactively chased. A phonecall or a pm works wonders... Other than that, well done! Lovely pictures inside by the way...
  5. Dean, Just don't underestimate the workload. A printed Special Edition NACA is not the same workload as a regular digital copy. I suggest getting the content asap.
  6. That's disappointing. I think everyone would have been more than happy with 3 digital copies and one printed version. I know it’s a lot of work. Been there, done that. But having sponsors available and no one doing the work is a tough one. Huge missed oportunity in my opinion.
  7. Guys, I think we started a well received project last year with the printed NACA, Special Edition. I understand there might even be some volunteers again to contribute in the costs. Is anyone working on this? I think the members would be more than grateful for the 2015 Special Edition!
  8. Ah, the title is slightly misleading, but I am no longer a Director. Mods, be aware...
  9. Not sure, maybe one of them fancy perks for members only?
  10. There you go Spoon. Finally a hard copy.
  11. This ex editor never uses chili powder. But it sure makes you think twice, doesn't it
  12. Finally. Anyone else got one?
  13. There you go Todd. One friend request on its way. But don't worry about it. I'm not sure many people actually actively use that function. Most people just come on here to chat and have a good time. Welcome on board!
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