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Old 09-02-2011, 01:01:55 PM
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Just joined and already have received some very quick answers to questions about a small engine--you people are good. Am posting some then and now photos showing some of my interests over the years. New member of Florida Flywheelers-rust disease is taking over.
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You are doomed! Rustitis is incurable.

Welcome to the Stak from the Redneck Riviera, located in the scenic Northwest area of Florida.

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Welcome! It looks like the fish get smaller as time moves on. You better quit fishing soon or you will have to use a window screen and sift for them. In the early photo, is that a Tarpon? Impressive looking. Working on old engines is a great way to spend the day if the weather is to bad to fish.
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Welcome to the stak. I still enjoy the salt water fishing and my old Iron. Bill K
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Yes it is. What would be most impressive would be if I had actually caught it on that 15# Zebco spinning rig that I am holding. I actually did catch the smaller one on an artificial salamander.
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Welcome to the forum John. I'm located in St.Cloud Florida and a member of the Florida Flywheelers. Hope to see you at the shows.
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