by bill piatek
I've been refining the Daiwa X-35 and egg setup a little bit. I'm down to using the smallest slotted strike indicators rather than the Thill ice bobbers. Last week I caught one native Brown and a bunch of stocker 'Bows.
Only thing I haven't solved yet is fishing in spots where I have to cast cross current. I know a longer Keiryu setup would be the ticket but there's a torn rotator cuff to deal with. :-/
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