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TNT stuff #2153445 04/09/08 12:07 AM
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I have been pretty busy of late trying to find new outlets for my baits. As it is now, I am in the process of cleaning out my shop, man it is a mess... might take a while. While doing this I have decided to try and sell a couple things I have moved to many times and might as well let them go. This is stuff that is good for Hybrids, Sandies and Stripers, so I am posting it here instead of the classifieds.

What I do have for sale might interest someone. I am looking to sale some what I call culls, not quite dones, didnt like them, extras, oops messed that one up, my tackle box is full of culls(I think that my culls are nicer that some of the slabs I have seen at tackle shops over the years, if that matters at all). As that is really about all that I use. I have been accumulating these over the past 5 years or so. I dont know how many slabs I threw in this box I would guess around 200 or more, some are complete, many of them dont have any hooks. Some of them may just be base coated with powder paint or vinyl paints. I would say that any of them could catch fish, there are also probably 15+ sassy shad heads of various sizes. The slabs could range from 1/4oz to 3oz of any of the types that I make now or have made in the past. The price well I would say the first $50 gets them and that is shipped to your door. Heres the deal if you get it and you don't think it was worth your $50 kindly box it up and ship back to me and I will give you your money back, and send it to someone else. I haven't never put a guarantee on culls so I guess thats a first.

I also have for sale holographic tape rolls. This is the same stuff I put on my TNT 180's. I no longer cut my pieces individual so these rolls really have no use to me. These rolls are 100 ft rolls when new. There are at least 6 of these rolls that are brand new, and a few of them are close to the 100ft. They come in silver, gold and I have a few really skinny tapes that are silver and chartreuse, I only used a lil bit off them. These rolls run between $10-$13 new if memory serves me right. If I was guessing I would say there is roughly $100 worth of material there easily. I will take $50 for this stuff shipped to your door. This stuff is from WTP which makes holo materials or eyes for lures,etc. I dont know if they would sale this stuff to just anybody or not, or if you need a tax id # not sure on that, I have been doing business with them for several years and there stuff is tops in my book. Same deal on this one, if you dont think it is worth the $50 send it back get your money back.

If the same person decides to buy both of these, I would sell them both to the same person for $85. Just a thought. Good fishing guys.





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Re: TNT stuff [Re: Slabman ‘180’] #2153525 04/09/08 12:16 AM
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Re: TNT stuff [Re: Fuzzy] #2153578 04/09/08 12:22 AM
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Slabs sold, tape still left.


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Re: TNT stuff [Re: Slabman ‘180’] #2155768 04/09/08 03:28 PM
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Bump up for the tape, heck weighed the slab box, and it pegged my 30lb scale, Fuzzy you have enough slabs to last you a life time now, heck probably enough to work on your sons lifetime as well,hope they are to your liking.


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Fuzzy needs to share!!!!

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Fuzzy is quick--and he tries to tell us how busy he is at work!

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Originally Posted By: justgettingby
Bump up for the tape, heck weighed the slab box, and it pegged my 30lb scale, Fuzzy you have enough slabs to last you a life time now, heck probably enough to work on your sons lifetime as well,hope they are to your liking.


You havent fished with him much--he could snag a tree in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico smile Just kidding Fuzzy.

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Originally Posted By: justgettingby
Heck weighed the slab box, and it pegged my 30lb scale, Fuzzy you have enough slabs to last you a life time now, heck probably enough to work on your sons lifetime as well, hope they are to your liking.


Heck! back to you Bryon Nolan. That 30lbs is what I order from you several times per year.

I love your slabs Dude. They just work!



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Heck weighed the slab box, and it pegged my 30lb scale, Fuzzy you have enough slabs to last you a life time now, heck probably enough to work on your sons lifetime as well, hope they are to your liking.


Heck! back to you Bryon Nolan. That 30lbs is what I order from you several times per year.

I love your slabs Dude. They just work!



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Re: TNT stuff [Re: Texas Guide Fishing - Mark Parker] #2156894 04/09/08 07:44 PM
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Your box does tend to get a lil bit heavy Mark. Glad ya like'em, I always enjoy getting the email from ya when time to reload!

I dont know how many slabs that Fuzzy might lose, but it wont be near as painful now, :whistle: grin If he is like me it seems that some of the people I fish with from time to time are not using stump magnets... fish




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Originally Posted By: justgettingby
Your box does tend to get a lil bit heavy Mark. Glad ya like'em, I always enjoy getting the email from ya when time to reload!

I dont know how many slabs that Fuzzy might lose, but it wont be near as painful now, :whistle: grin If he is like me it seems that some of the people I fish with from time to time are not using stump magnets... fish



Heck, Heck, Heck! That's a triple HECK, I got you beat Mr TNT on the Hecks.

I'm about ready for some 1oz castin spoons in my colors (chartreuse (banana) and if you will make some more of "The Parker Specials". The standard order of 30lbs. I'll call you. I'm still holding out good on the the 1/5oz.

You're the best.

Re: TNT stuff [Re: Texas Guide Fishing - Mark Parker] #2157346 04/09/08 10:03 PM
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I really appreciate it...and Jason I have been working = this is the first time I have been on the TFF today. Some of these slabs will go to the neighborhood kids when I take them fishing they can keep a slab to hang on the pictures that I give them. OK..a fishing buddy or 2 will get some too...

I could not believe when I logged on last night and Bryon had just posted...what a lucky day smile smile

I have a lot of TNT slabs and those are my favorites...now I got some to donate to the trees and Jason is right...I can find a tree anywhere smile

Re: TNT stuff [Re: Texas Guide Fishing - Mark Parker] #2157451 04/09/08 10:31 PM
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Sounds good Mark, just holler when your ready.


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Re: TNT stuff [Re: Slabman ‘180’] #2157504 04/09/08 10:46 PM
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I've lost my fair(and then some!) share as well-I think there are trees at Lewisville that have to look like Christmas trees thanks to me!-braid helped--I can usually staighten out the hook before the line breaks.

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