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Old 09-14-2011, 05:36 PM   #11
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I love it Terry! I completely forgot that is an option!
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Old 09-20-2011, 05:34 PM   #12
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Hey Crabman, I just re-read your post. Honestly, I think I am humbled and a little jealous myself. I had a 1976 GMC Suburban 2 wheel drive with a 454- it use to be a dynomite wagon for a company. It was a great vehicle- crank windows.....etc. I still think about it today and smile. If you ever get another tv- you will obviously love the new one- but miss sorely the old ride- and the lack of payments! Thanks for your feedback- I am happy and lucky- but jealous too. Hats off to you, and a firm respect I now have for older TV that get the job done!

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Old 09-20-2011, 07:55 PM   #13
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Hey Crabman, I just re-read your post. Honestly, I think I am humbled and a little jealous myself. I had a 1976 GMC Suburban 2 wheel drive with a 454- it use to be a dynomite wagon for a company. It was a great vehicle- crank windows.....etc. I still think about it today and smile. If you ever get another tv- you will obviously love the new one- but miss sorely the old ride- and the lack of payments! Thanks for your feedback- I am happy and lucky- but jealous too. Hats off to you, and a firm respect I now have for older TV that get the job done!

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Yeah my old Chevy is probably used 90% for work. It has hauled and towed a bunch of stuff. Crabs, ice, gas, pots, boats, pot trailer, Boy Scout trailer, TT, lumber, firewood, garbage, etc. Not just a grocery hauler!

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snip...... pot trailer ........snip
Lee, I won't even ask.

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Lee, I won't even ask.




I guess I better edit it to say CRAB pot trailer.
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OK Bob, Here`s a POT trailer


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Lee,

Ok, now I do have to ask..., what is the difference between a "pot" and a "pod" when referencing crab fishing? I have heard some say the bait inside the "pod".

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Bob, these are the crab pots we use here. I have not heard the term pods used, perhaps a typo or some other areas crab terms. Even the huge pots on
'Deadliest catch" are called pots. But these are much, much smaller


This thread may clear things up about how we do it here.

https://www.jaycoowners.com/showthread.php?t=1838
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Lee,

That's why I asked, your the expert when it comes to this stuff.

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Bob, it is possible that the container that holds the bait on large pots such as the ones used in the Bering Sea could be called bait pods. Here they are called "bait boxes". I`m sure the terminology differs somewhat form place to place. Hey mtkeg we hijacked your thread! Oh well Its a friendly laid back forum!
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