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    http://www.fries-rods.dk/lang/uk/flexi_stripper.htm

    Of what I've seen, I like this best.

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    No, but it looks pretty interesting and like something that might work pretty well. Be interest to give a try.

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    Flexi strippers are great, especially the ones you dont have to tip.

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    Very interesting idea that I would like to try, but I have a feeling that the wind around here will play havoc with the exposed line coils.

    Might have to make one and give it a shot.

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    We did something similiar back in the day. Didn't really work out. Think it had something to do with-lack of development. Think I'll be sticking with my casting basket while wading & casting tube on the boat.
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    No perfect anything. I am sure it has it's time and place where it would be really good. In the surf with wave action it may not be the best. I rarely use a stripping basket in the boat as there is a lip on deck and if it gets really windy I strip it into the cockpit while sitting on a pestal seat.

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    The demo video explains how to strip to use it more effectively.. I'll be fishing from the beach In Cabo and was looking for a bsket for that and stumbled across this. If my euro to $ is correct it's about $75 with shipping.

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