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Discussing some fishing-related ideas

Published 02/22/2012, The Daily Republic

As long as I’ve jigged for walleyes in the Missouri River, I’ve been a strong advocate of tying the jig directly to the end of the line. No leaders. During the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, I’d lose a lure on occasion to a toothy northern pike, but not often enough to outweigh the number of additional strikes I had because of a leaderless presentation.

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