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    Default Burbot 101...Video

    Had a lot of people ask me how I do my sets and instead of trying to explain it to one person at a time, I made a little video to show you how they are made. Hope it helps.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THTzU...e=channel_page

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    Default Maybe it's just me...

    ... but I don't see nuthin'

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    Quote Originally Posted by sayak View Post
    ... but I don't see nuthin'
    Sorry Sayak, I tried to embed it with no success.

    There's the link.

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    Thanks for the tutorial, personally dont fish burbot but it seems great for people who do. Nice shirt btw- buy it or win it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishwhacker View Post
    Thanks for the tutorial, personally dont fish burbot but it seems great for people who do. Nice shirt btw- buy it or win it?
    Bought it, not a good day at "that site", dropped $350.00.

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    Great vid, but do you use whole herring or just parts?
    "Ya can't stop a bad guy with a middle finger and a bag of quarters!!!!"- Ted Nugent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pike_palace View Post
    Great vid, but do you use whole herring or just parts?
    We use the 4"-5" herring and cut them in half.

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    Great video Curt! Now when is the 'practical' scheduled for this class?? You know....when you take me out to your favorite secret lake and show me first hand how to be successful?
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    Probably a great video, but since you sat in that chair in front of the window everything you are doing to too dark to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClearCreek View Post
    Probably a great video, but since you sat in that chair in front of the window everything you are doing to too dark to see.

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    Yeah, I know, was pretty dark. It was taken with my diggy camera on a tripod and the camera is not the best. I just got the OK for a new computer so I can have the memory/ram to edit my videos on the good video camera, this I am excited about.

    I will try to do a better video for ya.

    AkMud, You buy the beer and I'll take ya out for some good Burby fishin.

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    Just say when Curt! I have the 6x6 and my snowmachine all geared up for winter riding . I can carry a LOT of beer in that 6x6!
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    Thanks for the video. That looks like a cheap way to catch some fish. That beats buying those tipups. I will have make some for the next trip up the river.

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    Curt, I was kinda hoping ya could just take me out and show me, kinda a ojt kinda burbot thing.

    We still ought to try and hook up though and do some calling, fishing or something, even eat some of your good grub.

    Plus ya can loan me a coyote hunting book for a while. Just kidding about the book, it'll get back around some day.

    So how about the burbot fishing?

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