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The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by iamski on Today at 05:20:54 PM »
Thanks Bassmedic46. Wife gets another day in hospital. I came in third today at tournament. Hope all had a great day and do be safe. 
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by bassmedic46 on Today at 11:45:45 AM »
Good morning everyone, iamski I hope your wife is feeling better. Good luck at the tournament. I hope everyone has a great day and tight lines to those on the water.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by iamski on Yesterday at 08:36:42 AM »
Mornin all, hope your having a great day and do be safe. On way to get wife home from the hospital. She should be set to come home today. Then tournament tomorrow.
Saw this on The Fishing Wire and wanted to share.

SEPTEMBER 18, 2018
NMMA Calls for Commonsense Actions to Prevent E15 Misfuelling

The sale of gasoline with 15 percent ethanol (E15) resumed over the weekend. Every year, fuels containing E15 are prohibited from being sold between June 1 and September 15. Last Friday, in response to the restart of E15 sales, NMMA’s President, Thom Dammrich released the following statement:
“Starting tomorrow [Sept. 15], E15 will hit the market again – an unfortunate, annual event that puts countless American consumers at risk, including 142 million boaters. It seems clear that lawmakers and regulators understood the myriad of problems E15 poses when they approved its sale in 2012. Otherwise, they would not have restricted the sale of E15 during summer months.
“Most consumers are unaware that federal law prohibits fueling small engines with ethanol blends exceeding 10 percent because of its corrosive and dangerous effects. Current lax labeling requirements are not doing consumers any favors. Instead, they are blindsided when they show up for an engine repair – or worse, become stranded on the water – to find out they’ve been misfuelling and voided their warranty.
“As E15 sales recommence, NMMA is once again calling for more robust education and labeling efforts to help prevent misfuelling. The Consumer Protection and Fuel Transparency Act of 2018, introduced by Representatives Austin Scott (R-GA-08) and Lois Frankel (D-FL-21), does just that. All members of Congress should lend their support to this important measure.
“We are also urging the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to revise labeling requirements for ethanol fuel blends exceeding 10 percent – a commonsense move that the agency could take immediately.
“With 95 percent of boaters fueling at retail gas stations, it’s imperative they know the fuel they’re using is safe – regardless of which month it is. Summer may officially end in a few days, but consumers will not mothball every product unable to run on E15 until next June. Congress and the administration should act quickly to increase awareness around the dangers of E15, so consumers are protected 365 days a year.”
For more information, please contact NMMA senior vice president of federal & legal affairs, Nicole Vasilaros, at nvasilaros@nmma.org, or NMMA director of federal government affairs, Mike Pasko, at mpasko@nmma.org.

The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by iamski on September 17, 2018, 08:14:52 AM »
Mornin all. Spent most of yesterday at hospital with wife. Brought her to hospital around 5 am. It was her copd acting up. breathing was tough. They kept her overnight cause her heart level raised while she was there. I think that was the main reason. Talked to her a few minutes ago and she said she feels a whole lot better.
Hope all have a great start to the week and do be safe. Keep all the people for the Carolinas in your prayers.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by joe waller on September 17, 2018, 07:13:09 AM »
Good Morning All :)Another week has come and looking forward to getting some of the honey do list started.  I hope all of you are safe and able to get out on the water.  Take care and GOD BLESS and tight lines to all.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by bassmedic46 on September 15, 2018, 03:41:06 PM »
Good afternoon everyone, lipripper prayers for you and your family thru this tough time. Good luck with your sleep study Joe. Prayers for everyone in the Carolinas. Hope everyone has a great rest of the day and tight lines to those on the water.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by joe waller on September 15, 2018, 04:31:19 AM »
Good Morning All:) I hope all of you are doing OK with the weather as it is.  So far it has not effected us here.  It's been hot in the mid 90's.  I pray for all those in the path of Florence.  Been having problems with the live wells again, the recirculating pump quit on me this week so I am working on that problem again.  I have a sleep study tonight at the  hospital. I wake up at all hours of the morning from 0130 to 0330 and can not go back to sleep so I get up and read books. I finished 32 books so far and still have more to read. All western novels, Louis Lamour, and William Johnstone. I can read a book in two days or less. GOD BLESS and Tight Lines to all.  Lets keep all those on the east coast states in our prayers in dealing with Florence.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by iamski on September 14, 2018, 01:21:01 PM »
Afternoon. Hope all are doing well in the Carolinas during this storm. Do hope Jared's doing well and are safe. It's a cloudy day here with a sunny weekend on the way. Tomorrow's tournament is going to be a good day. Hope all have a great day and be safe. Keep the people down the in the Carolinas in your prayers that they are safe.
Rods, Reels, Fishing Line and Knots - Fishinpedia / what next, back to 5'6" Pistol Grips
« Last post by Worm on September 14, 2018, 12:02:48 PM »
I am laughing today reading about the virtues of 8 ft, technique specific, must have fishing rods, preferably the new craze of custom wrapped 
  When I first started Baitcasting it was with a state of the art ABU 5' 6" pistol grip red rod with an ABU 5000 Round reel. Then I switched to Trions and 6'6" Med or MED Hvy / fast fenwicks HMGS 
 As Time went on I found what I have been using for years Bass Pro Pro Qualifier Reels and rods, all 6'6" Mor MH-Fast rods, nothing specific about technique which is a lot of sales generating BS
 So the they got the "Pros" and the fellas on all these forums who will shill write so many words per month to get the 7 foot models flying off the shevles
Than Hallelujah The pros have allowed  10 foot rods, or whatever now the larger rods are being written about by the shills, all the you tubers and whoever sponsors what board IT IS ALL TO GENERATE SALES, so you go and sell your perfectly good rods, so they can sell crap after I Cast , Its the fishing hustle, and the guys writing about these rods, do not even have to tell you their association with the company they are hustle for
2 Predictions, when sales slump a Pro will catch a winning fish with an old school 5'6" pistol grip rod and they will push sales the other way,TADA!!!!!
also watch soon they will be selling Drones that will cast across lake Michigan and selling them for 1000 bucks and they will interact with the depth finders
 This stuff amuses me to no end :lmao: :lmao: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :lmao:
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