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Bushnell Offers Two New Sentry Spotting Scopes
Overland Park, KS. — Bushnell has added two new 18-36x50mm models to its line of Sentry spotting scopes. The Sentry line of spotting scopes offers performance and value with many of the same features found on more expensive models. The new Sentry spotting scopes are available in black or camo rubber armoring.
Sentry spotting scopes feature fully coated prisms and lenses for greater clarity and light transmission. The large 50mm objectives lens has exceptional light gathering capabilities for better viewing in early or late light.
The 18-36x eyepiece make these spotting scopes ideal for birding, hunting and shooting. Both spotting scopes are lightweight, waterproof and rubberarmored for durability in the field. They come with a tripod and hard carrying case. Suggested retail for both models of the Sentry 18-36x50mm is $157.95.
Covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty, these new products will be available in the first quarter of 2003 at Bushnell dealers nationwide.
For more information, visit the Bushnell website at http://www.bushnell.com. Bushnell Performance Optics is a global manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer products based in Overland Park, Kansas.
Mag-lite Solitaire Flashlight and Victorinox Swiss Army Knife
Each "Classic Combination" comes complete with Mag Instrument® flashlight, alkaline battery/batteries, and Classic Knife stored in its own unique and attractive gift box. Our Mag Instrument® flashlights are already classics. The Mini Maglite® and the Maglite® Solitaire® flashlights both feature a high-intensity light beam that converts quickly from spot to flood with a twist of the wrist. With shock-resistant anodized aluminum casing, spare lamp and capability of converting to a freestanding candle mode both the Mini Maglite® and Maglite® Solitaire® flashlights are the first word in personalized flashlights. They're made to last with our limited lifetime warranty on all components except lamps and batteries.
Another original is the Victorinox® Swiss Army Knife. A hardworking tool made with expert craftsmanship, this model is called the Classic and comes with blade, file/screwdriver, and scissors.
Terminator Titanium Spinner Baits Introduces Quad Blade
Quad Blade. Introducing the Quad Blade. The direct result of demand from our loyal consumers to build a multi-bladed spinnerbait.
Four premium quality blades combine to look just like a small school of baitfish moving through the water. And to make sure they're all spinning, Terminator goes beyond ordinary and tweaks the very tip of each blade to make sure our valued customers experience superior performance.
Of course, at it's heart and soul is Terminator's patented nickel-titanium SnapBack frame. Plus, it features our easy-to-change QuickSkirt, making it a cinch to change skirt colors quickly and easily when patterning fish... another feature found only on Terminator Titanium Spinnerbaits.
Mann's Bait Company is proud to announce the newest addition to its popular line of shallow crankbaits, The Baby 8-.
The new Baby 8- has the identical size, noise and fish actching abilities as its tournament winning predecessors, the Baby 1- and the Baby 4-.
The Baby 8- utilizes a slightly longer lip than the Baby 4-. This new lip allows the Baby 8- to dive to a depth of just under 8 feet and gives it the ability to be fished through structure with reduced hang-ups.
Designed for covering a lot of water in a hurry, The Baby 8- casts great into the wind, runs true at all retrieve speeds, and the special shape of the lip makes it bounce off stumps, logs, and treetops while providing added protection for the hooks.
The Baby 8- is available now and is offered in 10 proven fish-catching colors.
Size: 2 1/2 inches Weight: 1/4 ounce Hooks: 1 size 4 and 1 size 6
Order quantity: Minimum 6 per color. Packaging: Card and blister Features: A. Same fish-catching action and sound as Baby 1- and Baby 4- B. Special lip design bounces off structures C. Dives down to 8 feet D. 10 proven top-selling colors
Okuma-Titus Gold Series
Okuma designed the Titus Gold for those anglers in search of the strongest, fastest fish in the ocean. Powerful fish such as tuna, and speedsters like wahoo were the primary targets for designing the Titus Gold. The side plates and one-piece frame of the Titus Gold are machined from T6-6061 aluminum. This offers precision alignment of the forged aluminum spool for the smoothest free spooling around.
The castability of the Titus Gold is further enhanced by five stainless steel ball bearings. The internal strength of the Titus Gold originates from the stainless steel main gear and pinion gear. Both of these gears were engineered with angled teeth and oversized for the strongest possible gearing available. To compliment the strength of the new Titus gears, Okuma equipped the Titus Gold with the smoothest most powerful, oversized composite and stainless steel, sealed drag washers. The loud clicker is also designed with an all-new stainless steel pawl. The aluminum frame is available in two models--an open face, one-piece frame for fisherman who want to increase their casting distance and a level-wind model featuring a top bar for down rigging and bottom fishing.
Quality workmanship can be seen throughout the Titus Gold. The tension control knob for drag adjustment and the drag lever itself are both forged aluminum. The construction of the handle is stainless steel with a machined aluminum tubular handle knob to match the reel's gold finish. The finish of the Titus Gold is polished anodized aluminum gold and complemented with etched cosmetics. Introducing the Titus graphite lever drag reels
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Deluxe Action Ladder Stand
I bought the unit off of Discount Hunting Supplies.com just a few months back. I'm pshyced for this upcoming season although it's not coming fast enough.
This is my first ladder stand and although it won't move as easily as a portable, it's not permanent like a home made job. I can't tell you how many times I've built a permanent stand only wishing I had moved a few feet this way, or that way. The unit it self seems very well constructed and don't let me forget that padded seat if you know what I mean.
Since I've been moving mine quite a bit during scouting missions it gets pretty heavy after a while. I'm drenched in sweat every time I have to move it. So far that's the only thing I don't like about it.
It has some flex to it which scared me at first so I gave it a good workout by doing my best to flex it, but it held strong.
It's a nice little unit at a price that's tough to beat. I may just upgrade in a couple of years to one of those deluxe jobs, but for the time being this is great for me.
PSE Nova Jr.
My Grandpap got it for my birthday. He didn't tell me where it's bought.
It's my first bow and arrow. It's really powerful and shoots straight. It looks a lot like Rambos.
It's sometimes hard to pull back. Granpap says in time that will go away. It's been 8 days and still hard to pull back. My friend has one he got from his Uncle and his isn't easier and a lot older.
It's really nice I told all the kids at school today about it. Tuesday gramps might come shooting with me. His bow is old.
Fish Finders Hummingbird
I've put a lot of stuff on my credit card since buying this last year. I am going to take a guess and say they run around $225.
It has nice read out and the directions were easy to read and understand. I love the water temperature read outs as well. You'd be amazed at the difference you can see in several different parts of a lake. Learn where they'll be and when and that's half the equation.
It's middle of the road compared to some of the more expensive models out there. I'd reckon it does it's job well. It's just that I had my eye on another more expensive model with some more features I was looking for.
It'll last a long while, amybe even longer than the old boat I have it hooked to. As with many of the fish finders I would like to see them have a little lower profile to keep taking hits which add up after a while.
A nice unit, not top of the line, not bottom of the line. If truth be told it will do the job just fine. I'd sure would have liked their deluxe model from Hummingbird or another company.
I paid $2.99 from Bass Pro Shops on line. I wasn't familiar with the line at the time, but decided it was worth the gamble because of who makes it and I can always use it for pond fishing if I didn't like it.
Ties and knots nicely. It's also very easy to handle compared to some lines that make tying together tough. I went with the clear over the green as many of the places I fish are very deep and the clear will reflect well as blue.
Sorry, but nothing to report here.
It's hard to describe the quality of fishing line in that you either like it, or you don't. Tourney tough has passed my test. I was looking for a good quality line that doesn't tangle easily and doesn't break on the first tug and this does just that.
Give it a try.
Basser Kit Lures
Dunham's Sporting Goods had a sale on for $21.99 for all six of them. That was the beginning of Summer, but I'm sure they'll be on sale throughout the warm months.
Maybe we should ask the Bass what they like about them. There's bound to be something they like in this pack. I usually start with the Black Fury and work my way down the color spectrum from there. Too many of my fellow fishing buddies discount spinners to fast and turn to them as a last resort. For me their the best thing going and the first I turn to.
I wish they offered these a little smaller in size. It's my belief that Bass quite often aren't interested in the larges item on the plate, just something with a good presentation as if it will taste good.
Mepp's are well made and believe me when I say you'll lose them to a snag before this lure gives out on you.
Great lures at a great price. I like how they picked the selection for me using their research rather than me always hunting and digging for different styles and colors. I wish all lure manufacturers offered different assortment packs like this. I'd be a lot richer and if I was catching something I'd be happier to and in the end those two are all that matters.
Paul Jacksonville, FL
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