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For Sale/Want / Re: lund boat
« Last post by apenland01 on December 12, 2018, 05:13 PM »
Just use the search tempest website and it will search craigslist locally or all over the country in one click.  I usually choose the single view, so it shows each listing and I can review based on the title of what I see.  I used it when looking for my boat earlier this year.
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For Sale/Want / Re: lund boat
« Last post by OneBlade on December 12, 2018, 04:36 PM »
If you're looking for used, best to search craigslist in Phoenix and then setup same search in Tucson, Las Vegas, etc.  If you fine tune the search well enough, you can then have it email you only when a new item is posted in the search. You can also put limits on prices in case you want to limit the really cheap duds or expensive models.  Here's a search for Lund or Smokercraft or Alumacraft or Crestliner with min price of 1000.  You can adjust as needed.  You can use "-" in your search to remove items in this case I didn't want any results that had 'pontoon' in them. 

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/search/boo?query=lund%7Creata%7Csmokercraft%7Calumacraft%7Ccrestliner+-pontoon&srchType=T&hasPic=1&min_price=1000

There is a Lund in those results.
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For Sale/Want / Re: lund boat
« Last post by Easy on December 12, 2018, 10:48 AM »
They are hard to find.  When I was looking, there were no dealers in AZ.  I bought mine from the Lund dealer in Las Vegas and towed it home.  They were friendly and fair.  Good Luck.
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For Sale/Want / lund boat
« Last post by Mountainman on December 11, 2018, 09:27 PM »
Wanted 16" Lund Boat> Jerome_ida@hotmail.com
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Roosevelt / Re: Roosevelt 12/11
« Last post by OneBlade on December 11, 2018, 07:31 PM »
Thanks for the report Art
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Roosevelt / Roosevelt 12/11
« Last post by Art Chamberlin on December 11, 2018, 06:05 PM »
We fished today from 8:15 until 1:15 on the Tonto end and they had a severe case of lock jaw! On the first habitat at 8:50 I caught 2 nice crappie on back to back drops and that was it for the day! We fished three habitats that were loaded with fish but no takers.  ........Art
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Bartlett / Re: Bartlett 12/7
« Last post by Stevert on December 10, 2018, 12:54 PM »
Fishing was spotty at best for some and poor for others.  DS minnows and slow troll double jigs tipped with a minnow is what we looked like.  Nice job in the yak for sure. 
 
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Bartlett / Re: Bartlett 12/8
« Last post by ejcrist on December 09, 2018, 04:49 PM »
Roger and I very much enjoyed meeting everyone at the meeting yesterday - thanks for having us.

Fishman - that sounds like a winning Crappie fly rig. I never tied any Green Weenies but I've read good things about them so I'm gonna tie a few up for the next outing. I've got plenty of Hare's Ears so once I make up some Weenies I'm going to try that same rig. I've got Rio Type V sinking line for one of my 4 weights, and also intermediate for 4 and 3 weights, both with short leaders of 4'-5' that might work good with that rig but I'll have to be on guard for any light strikes while it's on the way down. I made a couple of ultra-lite fly rods from 1-3 weight that are all under 9' so leaders longer than 8' can get a little unwieldy. I came up with a new jig based off of Ward Bean's Crappie Jig (http://www.warmwaterflytyer.com/patterns6.asp?page=8) but I used a chartreuse marabou tail, white body, and tied in 4 herls over the back and added a red hen neck feather collar - I think that'll work well the next time out. I used a 1/64th jig on a #8 hook.
What kind of strike indicator did you use? I started making my own out of foam and an o-ring because those commercial kind that you twist your leader into never seem to stay on, or in one place for me.

Anyway sorry fella's for getting so long winded but I love talkin 'bout bream.

Gene
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Upcoming Events / AZCA January 2019 Meeting at Roosevelt Lake
« Last post by OneBlade on December 09, 2018, 02:33 PM »
The January meeting location will be at Roosevelt Lake on Saturday, January 12th.  The time has not been decided yet but will be posted here within 3 days of the meeting. The meeting will be held at the in the parking lot next to the old fish cleaning station near the Bobcat boat ramp.  See attached map.

This meeting is for AZCA club members only along with any prospects that have already attended one previous meeting within the last year. Meeting is closed to the general public. Guests of current AZCA members are encouraged and welcome. If you would like to check out our club as a guest member, please post below expressing interest or ask an AZCA member who will be in attendance at this meeting to sponsor you as a guest.

If you are new to our club, please feel free to introduce yourself here or in this thread: http://www.azcrappie.com/forum/index.php/topic,1563.0.html
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Bartlett / Re: Bartlett 12/8
« Last post by whaler on December 09, 2018, 02:27 PM »
enjoyed seeing everyone at the meeting. great guys
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