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Went to Canadian Tire last night to buy light bulbs. Of course, no visit to "The Tire" would be complete without a visit to the tackle wall! I came out with a new pair of Rapala fishing pliers and some mini-spinnerbaits. I've always needed a good set of fishing pliers and you can catch just about anything on these mini-spinnerbaits! I also got some mini-jigs.
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nice! i have an older pair of the Rapala pliers and they get more use than all the expensive ones in my boat/bag

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New fishing stuff is awesome!

Those mini spinners work awesome! They catch everything.
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I go threw different pairs of piliers all the time. How much did you pay for your rapala pilers I think I'm gonna have to get me a pair. Its hard to find good cheap pilers that last and don't rust.
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bassfishinh123 wrote:I go threw different pairs of piliers all the time. How much did you pay for your rapala pilers I think I'm gonna have to get me a pair. Its hard to find good cheap pilers that last and don't rust.
They were $20. Pricey, but worth it IMHO. The long nose will be handy when dealing with toothy critters and it's spring loaded. I also like the belt sheath it came with! Hopefully I will get a chance to use it this weekend!
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I have a similar pair of pliers like that. Rapala, but without the long nose. The handles keep turning on me....but they still work. Great stuff.
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Always love new stuff
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Nice, I have the same set of pliers. Just noticed today that the metal tab tat springs them open is busted. I tossed them to a guy on another boat who had a pike inhale his crankbait, and apparently the guy broke the damn things :evil:

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Nice, i need to invest in a good pair of fishing pliers but instead i carry around 3-4 diffrent pairs to do all the jobs the one can do................................ #-o
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Got to use the pliers Saturday on a toothy Muskie. worked great. Pictures to follow.
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I love my Leatherman Charge I just wish they would come out with one that has longer jaws for fisherman. Anyone have the Gerber Flik Fish? How is it?

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