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(WI) Lee Young

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  1. We also are all equipped with the ideal social distancing tools... if you can tap anyone with the tip guide of a 12-13 foot Carp rod... then they need to back up a bit. 😉
  2. Facebook Link for the Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/393465841126456/
  3. Sunday April 15th; count me in please Carver! 👍👍👍
  4. Lee, more anglers the better. But please advise them that Joliet is no comparison to Two Rivers fishing in Joliet can be very slow at times. Don't get me wrong I would like more anglers I just do want them to be disappointed.

    All of Joliet regulars know how slow Joliet can be at times.

                                                                                  Thanks again, Larry

  5. Thanks (I think? LOL) to all those who "voted" for me to host something in WI. It's good to know that my efforts to help the North American C&R Carp Tournament Angling Community, the WI CC Organizers, and Two Rivers Business Association are appreciated. I agree with much of what has been said in this forum, and I believe that there are a few misconceptions about fishing tournament organization still circulating here (just my perspective, so I may of course be wrong; I often am!). Unfortunately, any one of those misconceptions can seriously and adversely affect an event, to the point that it becomes uneconomic to run. I would be happy to provide some free consulting to the CAG Board (I have 25+ years experience in successful fishing event conceptualization, initiation, planning, execution, and closing, up to and including FIPSed World Championships), if needed.
  6. Best of luck Guys, with this event. I wish I could get there to help Marshall; unfortunately I have Team USA activities every weekend right through to World Championships in October. Maybe next year?
  7. OK, no problem, I just noticed this thread (been a little busy with Team USA and the 2015 WI CC). I can definitely do something around the 2015 WCFC in Spain. I look forward to seeing the articles on Floatfishing, Zigfishing, and Stalking.
  8. Not sure if you've already got all your articles lined up, but if not, I'd be happy to share an article or three, on Floatfishing, Zig fishing, or Stalking?
  9. I received the first 24 from the first production batch this week... the Senior Stewards from the 2010 WI CC will think that Christmas has come early this year... I've also been in contact with the folks at St. Croix this morning; both 12 and 9-6 rods are still on target for early October delivery to dealers placing orders NOW. While there's always a risk that some components may not come into stock in time (for example, these rods do have the 2010 New Release Fuji Black Alconite Carp Guides; let's hope Fuji anticipated the demand!), I'm fairly confident that St. Croix will be close to this target date. A couple of answers to rumors and concerns: 1. The 12 footer is $280, is of course hand-crafted in Park Falls, WI, and has state-of-the-art fittings, as well as some very advanced design and engineering principles underneath the skin. It also carries St. Croix's Lifetime Warranty. It's no secret that I've replaced my UK rods (made in China, of course) in 2.75, 3.00, 3.25, and 3.50 tc's with this one rod. The price for 3 Avid's is $840, and the 12 rods cost me around $2,800... Seems relatively cheap to me to go with the more versatile, hand-crafted, American-made, high quality products. 2. I've been seriously thinking about a 12-6 "Big River/Long Cast" rod, but it isn't even at the design stage yet. I may start design work later this year, but that would mean a 2012 delivery date at the earliest... I'm very picky about my prototypes! 3. The 9-6 rod is just simply the one rod I would buy, if I could only afford one rod. I believe it's the most versatile big fish rod I've ever designed. 4. What do I get from the deal? I have 24 rods (awards for Stewards and rods for folks to "try before they buy"), and the satisfaction of knowing that my time and money spent in R&D and lots of testing (the FUN part!) has paid off with the first Carp Rods exclusively designed and hand-crafted in the US. And yes, I'm biaised... but I think they are good!
  10. Thank you for your help with the length of the hair question.

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