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Discussion in 'Outboard Maintenance' started by Aquaman, Jan 15, 2009.
For me, it runs or it don't, if it don't, I fix it...
these guys know more about it:
My initial thought was that "loopers" were designed to be more efficient, newer technology.
Then I went back and read the link Brett posted, and it confirmed my initial thought.
What are your thoughts?
Loopers are sooper!
As long as it gets me out and back,
it doesn't matter, only that it works.
Well then it would seem you are indeed a "looper" kinda guy, then Brett!
Yeah, I guess so, of course if you saw me flycast,
you'd know they aren't very tight loops,
except when they end up spaghetti on the deck,
or my shoulders, or my arms, or in the water, or on my flyrod,
or hanging from a nearby branch...you get the picture.
And you expect me to fish with you?!?
No, I expect you to spend a lot of time ducking!