VPark 30w & MaxTank Mini Review, Giveaway & $2000 Innokin Product Raffle info

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Product Review: Are Circle Hooks for You?

Originally published in Procats Online Magazine

Circle hooks have created a debate in the last few years between anglers who fish rivers and those who fish lakes. When using circle hooks in rivers, I haven’t had much trouble fishing in good current. Although they performed well in current, fishing calm water areas such as the big reservoirs I ply for giant blue cats, the hook design gave me a bit of a problem with the hook-up ratio in the slack water. I began having hook-up problems when I fished areas with no current because the bait wasn’t held straight on the hook. Full circles were oftentimes double hooking back into the chunk or live baits causing me to miss a lot of fish. What would I do when I am anchor fishing in a lake with a lot of slack in my lines due to boat sway from the wind? I went back to my old standby treble and J-style hooks for quite awhile.

Circle hooks are designed to hook the fish without much rod movement by the angler. Just leave it in the rod holder and as the line gets tight and the rod bows down, the pressure penetrates the hook into the corner of the mouth of the fish and the fight is on. I felt this was a no brainer in current areas, but I tried to picture how these specialized hooks were going to work in lakes without current. I tried to imagine how a fish swims off the bait in a lake as opposed to a river. Without current, the fish could swim in any direction with the bait. The fish might swim at your boat or they might swim crossways with your boat, making a tight line hook up with a circle hook very difficult. A year ago I learned from some other catfishermen that Daiichi came out with a modified circle hook that would work in all situations. If the fish didn’t swim away from the boat, the angler could still set the hook on the fish! Last year I gave the new circle hook called the Circle Hook Lite a try.

After I began to use the hook, I found out in short order that a quick, had jerk wasn’t the ticket to hooking blues manually with circles. As soon as we started using a long sweep of the rod, we started hooking fish that weren’t being very cooperative. Fish would move to the boat, away from the boat, along side the boat – every direction you could imagine and we were catching them just as good if not better once we learned good circle hook technique.

Anatomy Of The Circle-Hook Hook Set

Once you notice a fish has taken the bait and is not moving away from the bait and is not moving away from the boat and tightening the line, pick up the rod. Then reel in as much line as possible until you feel the steady pressure of the fish on the end of the line. Once the tip of the hook has started to penetrate, the hook and the fish will do the rest. It’s as simple as that. If the fish isn’t giving much resistance, you can use a long sweeping motion of the rod to bury the hook.

Other Benefits

The other neat option that the CircleChunk Light has is a bait-stop barb on the shank to help with that persistent problem of double hooking your bait. There is no perfect hook, we all have to accept the fact that sometimes the most bone jarring of strikes never result in a hook up, and some little pullovers result in a mighty deep hook set, but after using these hooks for a year I’m convinced they work better than my old stand bys.

I was a pretty hard sell at first, I’ll have to admit, but I’m glad I gave the circle chunk lite a try. I have used them in both current and slack or dead water situations. These hooks perform the same wherever you fish. I feel good about using hooks with such consistent performance as well as being a quality-made and super-sharp hook right out of the package. After years of trying all kinds of hooks from big treble hooks to kahyle hooks, I believe that the improved circle hook Daiichi has come up with is a fantastic option for any angler.

Fishing done right is work, and the harder you work at the perfect hook set the happier you will be with the reward at the end of your line.

Copyright © 2004-2005 Jeff Williams

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Sony a7S vs Gh4 Review

New 5 hour Getting Started with the GH4 course:


2:49 Detail
5:02 Brittle Hair
6:35 Rolling Shutter
9:28 Aliasing
10:17 DOF
10:57 Purple Fringing?
11:37 Low Light
13:13 Banding
14:15 S-Log2
16:35 Cine2 Cine4
16:58 Exposing S-log
18:50 Color
21:27 Dynamic Range
22:55 Lenses
24:17 Focus
26:47 Stills
30:40 Don’t like
33:01 a7S vs GH4
39:21 Which Camera?
41:48 Audio
44:29 Conclusion

Sony a7S pricing:

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See my blog post (link above for all other products like lenses).

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DAMAGED HAIR: new product loves, hair update, aphogee review

HEY GUYS! Here is an update on my damaged hair + products Im currently loving and using. All of the products I mention (except the Redken conditioner) are available from Sallys Beauty Supply! Enjoy 🙂 r
Aphogee Balancing Moisturizerr
Aphogee Hair Strengthening Kit (2-steps)r
Aphogee Pro-Vitamin Leave-In Conditionerr
Aphogee 2-Step Protein Treatmentr
Ion Repair BB Creamr
Ion Bond Repair Maskr
Redken Extreme Conditionerr
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SOME Aphogee products above were sent to me as PR. However, I purchased the Balancing Moisturizer and the Protein treatment with my own money. I also purchased both ION products and the Redken conditioner with my own money.r
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Product Review – Rheem Tankless Water Heaters

The range of Rheem Tankless Water Heater products score well in product review comparisons and the Ecosense model is no exception. As you would expect from the name, this water heater is designed to be friendly to the environment as well as producing hot water when it is required.

Replacing old water heater products can be a difficult decision because there are many products to choose from but it is a decision that has to be made. The new range of products are such an improvement on old model products. Older models would require a couple of hours to produce hot water, which is not acceptable for a busy family. This is why the Rheem product range, especially the Ecosense model, are proving to be very popular these days.

The Rheem Water Heater is easy to use

The digital thermostat makes it easy to read and can be adjusted with no difficulty. The design of the Ecosense heater may not be the most attractive but if you are only concerned about the performance, this is a fantastic appliance to own.

The reason that Ecosense models are good at saving the environment as well as money is down to the design. There is an environmentally friendly burner that exceeds industry standards and the venting unit also provides for better performance.

Efficient design leads to energy savings

The key factor in being environmentally friendly is eliminating energy waste and the Ecosense model is designed perfectly to do this. The compact size makes it ideal for even the smallest of homes, even if its capabilities could cater for much larger homes.

If you have ever read a Rheem review, you may note that some people indicate problems with the flow of water. This is obviously very annoying and concern for the people involved but quite often problems like this are not due to the water heater.

They can refer to water pressure or the quality of installation as much as the heater unit itself. When looking to buy a new tankless water heater, it is important to have it installed properly to ensure it can work to an optimum level.

With extensive warranties and a product that has been designed to last for over 20 years, the Rheem Tankless Water Heater may be the last such product you need to buy for a very long time.

Source by Robert Fitch