Loc: ..around the way, near Lk Waco
Originally Posted By: Weekender
Hope you find the owner. Thanks for doing this.
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Very honorable for you to do this. Best idea I have would be to post a note at the marina there and have them leave a note describing the rod and reel and their ph. # that way you don't get a lot of calls with guesses. If it's an expensive rig the owner will ask around and/or one of his friends will see the note. After a length of time and no one reports the loss, enjoy your new rod and reel. You did the right thing.
"Sometimes there just aren't enough rocks" Forest Gump
I found one there years ago. Apparently someone fishing with Water Dogs did not realize you should not put a baitcast reel on a spinning Rod. I still have the old Ambassadeur 5000 and Ugly Stick somewhere.
"Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him had better take a look at the American Indian".
Loc: Central Kansas
This is great. I found 2 combos on the bank near a dock one day. One was a st. Croix rod with a Lews tourney pro. Both combos were worth over $500. I turned them over to the local Sheriffs dept and they were claimed by a local soldier who forgot them......