It's a tough choice after hearing a rod go. Spend the money on the b18c1 and live the big baller life or spend the money and boost the un loved b18b. Both are fast. Both are hawt sauce. But as an old school Honda turbo guy I miss that blow off vavle and crave the boost gauge climbing while pulling on domestic muscle. Boost here I come!
Any Honda/Acura performance folks on this forum? If not this must be gibberish.
Originally Posted by donaldpieper
yeah that would be really nice!
Congrats and keep it up and it will happen sooner or later. I will finally be going on my first trip this year and it will be at patty.
Originally Posted by CatHunter24
Thanks Dave for making your first post on the forum a doozie. Great contribution by name calling and what not. Travis was just trying to make sure laws were being abided by and even said if you were doing it legally then you would not have anything to worry about or be bothered. So.....whats the issue if you are on the up and up?
oh i am on the up and up. it is just the fact that this guy is out to get me and he even stated it on his post, and i dont care for him taking pics of
A fishing lure is an object attached to the end of a fishing line which is designed to resemble and move like the prey of a fish. The purpose of the lure is to use movement, vibration, and colour to catch the fish's attention so it bites the hook. Lures are equipped with one or more single, double, or treble hooks that are used to hook fish when they attack the lure.
Lures are usually used with a fishing rod and fishing reel. When a lure is used for casting, it is continually cast out and
Originally Posted by Brenardo
Hey guys I am new here but have read several posts/threads on the site. But anyway lets get to business. I have been catfishin' semi serious for the last 3 years with pretty good luck with catching some nice blues along the way. But I am yet to hook up on a flathead big or small. ZERO.
I fish with cut and live bait. Eel, Bream and Shad (when I can get em). I fish holes, bends, flats, feeder creeks, log jams and everything else that holds fish. Use circle hooks and every other thing