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10-20-2002, 10:26 AM
JUST FOUND THIS SITE, LOOKS GREAT. I'VE BEEN SLINGING STEEL FOR 25 YR AROUND TARPON SPGS. JUST LOST A SHAFT AND WAS SURPRISED AT THE COST OF THEM , HAVE NOT LOST ONE FOR 7 YRS. DO YOU KNOW A PLACE THAT HAS THEM AT A DECENT COST.
I DIVE ALOT ESP DURING THE WEEK MAILY OUT OF TARPON AND I SOME TIMES NEED A BUDDY. CONTACT ME IF INTERESTED. I HAVE A 23 FT SEACRAFT RIGGED FOR DIVING, I DO FISH SOME ESP IN WINTER.
10-20-2002, 11:08 AM
Welcome to the board, MadMax. Your question about shafts at a reasonable price comes at a good time for me. Hope someone can point us in the right direction.
10-20-2002, 11:53 AM
Welcome a board
I might be up for a week day trip this week if you or any one else makes up your minds send a message to me
10-20-2002, 12:50 PM
Welcome to the board bud, there are a helluva lot of guys in here with great attitudes, and even a greater amount of experience and info, Im sure you will like it. As far as the shaft thing.....I would always get 5-10 guys together and travel to a dive shop that could order a bunch of spearshafts bulk. It was alot cheaper, escpecially when you are buying a coiuple of bundles. Most shops will cut you a good deal on "bulk" purchases like that. We do the vast majority of emptying our wallets at EZ scuba on Hillsborough. 813-887-5712, but I haven't really had to deal with other shops too much. I am sure the Tackleshack on 66th st. in St Pete can do the same deal with ya. Good luck and welcome to the board!
10-20-2002, 07:42 PM
10-20-2002, 11:25 PM
Welcome to the "Locker Room":D :D Cool place I'm sure you'll like it here!!!( wow my 100 th post).:cool:
10-21-2002, 09:26 AM
Welcome to the board. If you like the thrill of the hunt and killing fish, you're in the right place. Try to make it to the Clw Hooters on 10/30.
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