Force Fins - Score!

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  1. dryflylarry

    dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    Taking a break, my friend Ron and I drove to Cabelas yesterday. I'm not that big of a lake fisherman, but there isn't much else up in my neck of the woods. My friends have been and others on this forum say "you have to have Force Fins!" They are SO much better than regular fins. I have put this off for a LONG time now because I think they were overpriced. Well, I scored in the "BARGAIN CAVE" yesterday. I spotted a box with new Force Fins. Price marked was $150, but also had a "purple marking" with a "C", which meant "take an additional 20% off!" Well heck, I got a new pair of adjustables for $120.00! My years of waiting may have paid off. Now, to try them and see if you guys have been bs-ing me all these years… Anyway, I think I scored a good deal! I'm so cheap sometimes...
     
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    Larry, they are not just for still water! I wouldn't think of floating the Yakima or Methow without my Force Fins on! In fact I rarely touch my oars on a day of fishing those rivers! Rick
     
  3. Ron McNeal

    Ron McNeal Life's good!

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    "SOMEtimes??" Mehhh....
     
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    I prefer to think of it as being a cagey old SOB.
     
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    dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    I'll go for "cagey". :) I used them for the first time yesterday and they worked great. I guess you guys haven't been bs-ing me all these years. Lots of power to move for sure.
     
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