We received some new gear
last week, more set to arrive this week. Got
another good shipment of Andros reels from
Okuma, smaller sized ProGear reels... We finally
received more Yo-Zuri and Toro Tamer poppers -
the large size lures which sold out in early
summer. Nice timing with long range fishing
swinging into action. Some nice catches on the
longer trips. Our six day departed Sunday,
heading for Guadalupe Island aboard the Royal
Polaris.* Nice yellowfin tuna fishing there, with
some dorado to be had along the way I'm
guessing. At the end of next month our Red
Rooster 8 day departs. There are a few openings
on that trip that became available due to a
cancelation. Great opportunity to enjoy some
quality fishing if you can squeeze your schedule
and get away with us. The trip had been sold out
for some time, unexpected opportunity for a few
folks to get on the boat. The Rooster and some other LR boats got into some pretty good wahoo fishing
recently. So, if you are on an LR trip better
get prepped for the "skins." Take advantage of
the Wahoo Rippers and Killer/Pep casting iron.
As nice as summer fishing is, fall is the right
time for long range trips. Nice to be in warm
weather as the boats travel down the Mexican
coastline...with eagerly biting fish, and
greater odds of an exotic or catch of a
lifetime. Can't think of a better way to spend a
week or so!
Thank you for
visiting our Weekly Specials!
Great Stuff, Mark Smith
* Drove down to SD to see the RP
charter off Sunday after posting the specials. WOW! You
wouldn't have believed all the wahoo that were stacked up. More
wahoo than tuna, it appeared. There were tuna, but the big scores
wer on the 'hoo. Seems like the storm down south already began
pushing up 'skins.' Not huge fish, most in the 40-50# range
from what I saw, but there were hundreds, literally. At least one
boat limited out but from lookiing over the fish it appeared that
several boats got into 'em south of Cedros but above the Ridge.
Seemed like everyone that wanted to catch wahoo got into 'em. Five
day and up trips scored the fish.
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- FREE SUPER BRAID SPOOLING!
received the full compliment of Andros
reels, the 5NII, 5II and 12 AND 12N & 16 size
previous model Andros 2 speeds were superb,
I well know having purchased both the 5 and
5N myself. I fished the crap out of 'em over
the past 2 or 3 years, they were my go to
reels for their line classes - fishing these
for 20-40 lb test lines (40-50 lb braid as
backing). The new reels go my own previous
generation reels a few steps better, pricing
dropped, cosmetics in my mind improved,
construction got beefed up a bit, oh, did I
mention the price dropped. The first one I
bought cost $399...the new ones $319! No
buyers remorse here, I love those reels, but
no doubt the new versions are even better.
The first of this new series to arrive were
the 5's, followed shortly after with the 12 and 16 sizes. The 12S -
high speed was delayed...for over a year's time. Finally, all
models are now available!
Andros 12SII IS NOW AVAILABLE!
And, the 2016 ICAST introduced 12 2 speed NARROW
(only available in high speed S form).
Both versions of the 12 are in stock as well as the new 12N in the
higher speed (2 speeds).
The full Andros lineup for 2017 16, 12, 12N, 5, 5N
Pictured above, new 2017 12II and 12NII
FROM A CLIENT Subject: Okuma Andros reel used on Polaris Supreme 5 day last week 8/8/2013
Hey, thanks for setting me up
with a great reel. It seemed too tiny to do what it did, and did
it well. We were into Bluefin over 60# and it never balked. I
checked the drag each evening and it stayed close, fricking
amazing for what looks like a fresh water bass reel. I fully
expected it to fail under the conditions we were in (and with a
50/40 set up getting used hard). Maybe that company has stepped
up design and quality control. Also, thanks for the freebee package
you sent to my dad (John Costello). He caught the #2 and #3 fish
on the same reel.
360 view with magnifier for close up views -
must have Flash enabled to view.
Andros Series Reels Feature
Rigid1-piece frame and
left sideplate construction
What's New for 2016? Okuma Metaloid
Reels Two New Lefty Options...
and now the 12NII!!
ICAST INTRODUCTION - Here's one we were
very excited about, actually a few more than one. In the Metaloid
Series there are three sizes, 5 narrow, 5 and 12. The 5II and 12II
are now available in lefty form as well as standard right hand
retrieve. The new series offers a rigid 1
piece frame and left sideplate, 6061 T6 Machined aluminum frame and
sideplates. The reels are cold forged (not machined - same process as
the infamous bike makers $500 models...), type 2 anodized. The spools
are made from machined aluminum. They feature a corrosion resistant
coating process as well as the anodizing for dealing with saltwater
corrosion issues. All reels in the series offer 4 ball bearings and
best of all they offer 17-4 grade stainless steel helical cut gears!.
The drag system benefits from Cal's drag grease and Carbonite drag
washer. All models offer a clicker, and the freespool performance is
simply amazing. The price is very aggressive, definitely puts all
other manufacturers on notice. There's even more to talk about,
handle, arm construction... Bottom line, these are some excellent
reels and their price point, their value, construction (my gosh
helical gears!) simply sets new standards for the fishing reel market.
ICAST 2015 Okuma showed off two new color variations to the Metaloid
line. These are now in stock for the 5II and 12II - the 5NII is not
available in colored form - only black and silver.
Add to all this great stuff one more thing that beats
all other manufacturers: THREE YEAR WARRANTY - FROM A REAL COMPANY
THAT STANDS BEHIND IT'S PRODUCTS.
Several years ago we introduced our clients to the Makaira series of
reels. We were the first one's to discover just how good they were and
we took the time to try to educate folks, to erase old prejudices and
give 'em a try. We were proved very right. We also explained to folks
that Okuma is the sleeping giant in reel production, and to expect
great things from them. They have proven their point, and now they are
entering a new level of dominance with this series of popularly priced reels. No reel manufacturer is anywhere near this aggressive in terms
of value and performance, and three year warranty included...simply
For 2016 Okuma is producing two Metaloid reels in
lefty form, the 5II and the 12II. These are only available in black
& silver - no other color options.
For 2017, ICAST introduction, the
new 12N II speed is a piece we've wanted to see
since we first played with the Metaloid series
reels. The 12N is like an Avet JX in terms of size,
or a Newell 332 for those with a memory. Perfect
size, good line capacity using 50-60# braid as a
backing and fishing the piece as your 40-50# needs
require. For what it's worth, the new reels
came into our stock the day I came back from our
five day Red Rooster charter - 2016. If you watch
the video of that trip you'll see one of the guys,
probably more than one, fishing the smaller Metaloid
5II for bluefin tuna ranging from about 75-100 lbs.
For the 12N, bump that fish weight up a bit, it's a
very capable reel, and now two years after it's
first introduction we can also say it's a reliable
fish catcher that's also a rather incredible value.
12N pictured in black and silver bottom right image.
Max Drag @ Full
Max Drag @ Strike
6.4 & 3.8:1
42.1 & 24.8
* - Lefty Available 2016 (as of
1/16/16 - M5II's are in stock)
Penn International -
IN SILVER! 2 Speed Reels
with fresh cosmetics!
Penn Internationals are the
standards by which other trolling reels are
measured, and they do more than troll.
In Silver finish, they are beautiful!
Over the years
Penn Internationals have been upgraded
significantly. Certainly there are few if
any better heavy duty trolling pieces made,
and their drags and freespool performance
has been updated to be more in keeping with
what we seek for use at the rail for larger
grade tuna. They've always been a rich gold
in color, great anodizing finish, especially
when compared to some offshore produced
reels. Well, we have a window of opportunity
to add some spice and (in my mind) better
cosmetics to the Penn International mix,
with new SILVER anodized reels now being
made. Can't say how long this will be an
option, but you have to admit, the new
silver colored reels really bring more pop
to the Penn cosmetics. At our shops most
folks think they're looking at another
manufacturers reels! Beautiful performers,
and at least in my opinion, better looking,
All International models
are being made in silver as well as gold, 12, 16, 30, 50, and
if you can wait, we'll have 80's and 130's
VM Spin -
Plus something extra from CharkBait!
Actually 2 something extras...
(Free Rigging and
a Free Rod! This one's a bit of a no brainer...)
VM Series reel are newer models from Van Staal,
introduced a couple years ago,
available at a rather amazing value. Never before has Van Staal had a reel this affordable, packed with
so much performance. The new machined VM
150 offers both left or right hand retrieve
and holds 350 yards of 30# braid, and put out
up to 30 pounds of drag stopping power. The
fully machined aluminum and stainless steel
construction of the VM150 creates more than
enough strength to tackle big, exotic fish,
and the precision gears and smooth drag
performance make it the perfect go-to reel
from boat or from shore.
While the new VM 150
represent a bit of a change from the old Van Staals,
it's a reel series with wider appeal given
the flexibility of the reels. There's a
smoothness to the reel that's going to be more
familiar to folks used to the Japanese
spinning reels. The handle can switch between
left and right hand crank! She's still tight, still great
for surf use, but smoother in operation, and
having a bail has it's strengths as well. All
considered, the VM series reels open up the benefits
of owning a Van Staal to more fishermen, and
that's a very good thing.
This week we
sweeten the pot, with a free Travel Rod for
- that's in addition to the Free Braid
- for jigging, casting & bait
OFFSHORE EXPLORER 15-25 & 20-40 NANO
PIECE TRAVEL ROD
a nifty pair of four piece travel rod made for fishing 15 to 40
lb lines. The new rods feature use of Nano Resins and carbon fiber
for durable, high strength fishing success.
These new 7 foot rods travel at
only 24 inches
in their hard case (with protective soft case, too). Toro
Tamer's newest rods are nice casters, made for that application.
They belong in your hands rather than a boat's rod holders. But,
they do come with gimbals and protective cap should you
need to make
use of a rod belt or boat's rod holder. (rod pictured has
conventional guides - offer is for spinning guide version.
Rods come with a hard case.
PIECE TRAVEL ROD
Alternatively, you have a surf option (naturally, we're talking Van
Staal's here). The ToroTamer Surf Explorer is also a four piece rod,
near nine feet in length. These have been great rods to own for a
lot of guys, first introduced almost six years ago. Rods come with a
In case you were wondering, these rods carry a value of $129 to $199
and are well worth the money.
This week, they cost you nothing...except $20 for shipping.
High Quality Super Braid & FREE Travel Rod Too!
Superior Brass Construction - Super
Value 2 Pack Offer
About the lure, the Wahoo Ripper was based on the
original Spanyid Raider lure, the original
not the copy
which is available in the States. The original lure was
made from brass, a much more expensive metal than steel
and their model numbers (125 & 200) referred to their
weight in grams.
The new raiders are made of steel, about 20% less
weight, and they simply can't
match the effectiveness, the faster sink rate, of the
brass models. The steel copies also are running darn
close to $20 per lure. ToroTamer's lures run a tad less
for a more expensive construction, and this week you get
an even better opportunity to add a few of these great
lures to your tackle box. Lures feature a very sharp, very
strong single hook. Great lure in
either chrome or gold finish, that's a certainty. This
week's offer gets you two lures for a special price. For wahoo, it's a great
lure and proven to perform, it will also catch you some
tuna and yellowtail - especially in the chrome version.
We sold out of these lures in the very popular gold/pink
pattern months ago, but now we are up to speed and have
a very good opportunity for you. Get two brass Wahoo
Rippers one in chrome the other gold both with the
popular pink prism finish for a deal that's a super
With each selection below you'll get two
lures, one in chrome and one in gold finish, both with
pink prism. You'll be saving a good chunk of
change on this offer.
Fishing the lure: These cast like a bullet, for good
reason. Longer casts give you more time to entice a
bite. You can "fish the slide" but most will try to
cover as much water as possible through casting and
retrieving. Make use of a reel with high speed gearing.
The Cedros from Okuma, #1 special this week covers that
well with a 6:1 retrieve rate. Cast the lure out, and
allow it to sink - some wait for the lure to reach a 45
degree angle, I'll often count down to 20 and begin a
fast retrieve. You don't do much beyond winding, and
wind fast! Wind through the bite, don't stop or get
fancy, don't pump and wind. Don't do a darn thing beyond
staying in front of your fish and winding like the
dickens until the 'hoo is gaffed and on the boat!
Please do compare these to the current STEEL Raider jigs
which are on the market. They're trying to get about $20
each for those, and they are of a much cheaper
production material which won't prove as productive...
is best, but it's expensive.
pictured left was taken on the Eclipse out of Mission
Bay last year. The
lures get bit, cast well, drop quickly given brass
construction, and hold up over time.
Toro Tamer'S Topwater Poppers are
BACK in stock! The big one, the 200 MM size sold out at the
beginning of summer given the huge bluefin bite we had on
the West Coast. Over 1000 of these lures were sold, and they
proved VERY effective given their construction. Now, they
are back in stock, in time for long range season!
new product introduction incorporates some excellent new
features. Similar to the CB Poppers we've offered for a few
years, these new surface lures improve upon the original
design. The head is round rather than triangular, the
results are greater splash - especially if you are fishing
from a larger boat which is higher to the water line, such
as a long range boat out of San Diego. The improved "pop" or
splash allows the lure to be worked more effectively.
Additionally, the new lures are available in three sizes
200mm (8"), 160mm (6.3") and a new smaller 120mm size
(4.8"). The larger sizes have proven very effective for tuna
and the new small size will find great success for those
fishing from the beach for Rooster fish, stripers and many
other species where a slightly smaller and lighter lure
proves effective. Lastly,
new lures feature a change in hooks. The two larger size
lures incorporate VMC in-line single hooks, the smaller 120
size popper makes use of trebles.
The new poppers are available in three sizes 120, 160 and
200 mm (4.8", 6.3" & 7.9"), with weights of
50, 90 and 150 grams (1.5, 3.2
& 5.3 ounces).
great weights for casting, and the size is wonderful for
most fish you'll come across, from little schoolie tuna and tails to some
larger fish. There are no better lures out there from any
manufacturer in terms of construction and finish. If you
don't agree upon seeing these lures, I'll be glad to cover
their return - I'm that confident of 'em. They are far nicer
than the Braid pieces, nicer than YoZuri's, better weight
distribution than anything from any major manufacturer - and
they are tough!
Yo-Zuri Bull Pop -
Surface Popper 2015 ICAST
Pop has been one of Yo-Zuri's most successful
lure designs for offshore anglers targeting tuna
and other species. The product has gone through
some changes over the years, with the Sashimi
Popper being the previous, quite expensive,
series. At ICAST Yo-Zuri announced that they
getting back to more popular priced lures. Some
of the features which added expense were to be
scaled back - first among those was the "color
change technology" type effect where the lure
had one color when looked at from one direction
and another from the opposite direction. Nice to
play with, but in reality I doubt that the
hungry gamefish gave a toot and never would take
time to inspect the lure from two different
directions. The feature as offered simply added
cost, and in the case of the Bonita some anglers
felt that the ribbed nature of the color change
effect might work against the lure with wahoo -
the slicker lure surface aids in allowing a lure
to slide through the fish's mouth and gain a
hookset. (That was not the case, the lures got
bit well and hooksets were not negatively
Yo-Zuri's Bull Pop
lures are available in two sizes, R1154 at six inches
(150mm), 2 1/2 ounces (70 grams) and R1155 at eight inches
(200mm) and 5 ounce weight (140 gm). The lures still feature
stainless steel thru wire construction, makes use of 3X
trebles, extra large eyes and retain a bit of the color
change technology - but only on the top surface of the lure.
A major improvement over the previous design is cost. The
previous generation lure was, shall we say a tad too
expensive. Now they are quite a bit more realistic in their
pricing. The new lures run $29.99 and $19.99.
As of 10/5 we have received
all of the larger sized lures and most of the smaller sized
Killer & Pep Jigs
Heavies Return...IN BRASS!!
New Pep 3 and 9 - IN BRASS!!!
New Killer 5 Wahoo Jigs
They're here - and darn effective!!!
YoYo Deep IRON
been waiting on these new jigs for a while. The
Killer & Pep Jigs in BRASS! Heavy Brass jigs are excellent fish
catchers, and brass makes a huge difference in
the sink rate. Brass is more dense than what's
typically used for heavy iron. Tady used to
offer brass #9's, but due to the cost they moved
away from the material. Same for the old Raider
jigs which are now cheap imitations made from
steel. The Killer & Pep jigs are the real deal,
made with superior materials for greater fish
catching effectiveness. MADE IN USA
what they look like prior to painting. I'm kind
of thinking an unpainted polished version with
single hooks might be a dandy piece for wahoo...
That's something to hope for, too. But for
now you've got what will prove to be the
best yoyo iron on the market. Compact at a
bit over 5 inches in length and over 7
ounces of weight, compare that to the more
typical 4-5 ounces for this size iron and
you can imagine the benefit in productivity.
Killer jigs offer traditional shapes, while Pep
jigs offers most of their jigs with a uniquely shaped head for added kick
(and a couple models of more traditional shape like
the new #9).
All swim well, and they are
rigged a bit heavier than the light irons from
Killer and Pep, made to be fished with heavier
lines, 40-50 being most common. Brass is the
best material for a heavy jig, no doubt. You can
keep the size down to a realistic bait size and
get a faster sink rate so that you're on the
fish almost immediately. At present the only
true brass jigs I'm aware of now are the Killers
and the ToroTamer Wahoo rippers, strictly a
matter of cost preventing more of this sort of
jig to be made available to fishermen. If you
fish yoyo iron, you should absolutely grab a few
of these. I'm following my own advice and will
be stocking up my own tackle box for our fall
comes to deep iron, brass is indeed best! Denser
material, faster sink rate, more durable -
they'll never crack or break when they hit the
3.5 inches, ~4.5 ounces/129 grams - what a chunk!
back! A few years ago (2012) Honeywell purchased
Xtra Tuf and took production
weren't too keen on that idea, and frankly - as
we clearly stated on our site - quality
suffered. We let folks know, and we searched out
alternatives of good quality. We in the fishing
side of footwear were not alone, the folks up in
Alaska had the same issue, and up there these
are what folks wear rather than sneakers or flipity flops! XT boots
what the deckhands wear and what most anglers
also wanted... but the Chinese quality was
inferior and guys were only getting a few months
use our of their boots! In 2014 the Xtra Tuff folks told us that
their quality was back to USA produced
standards. When they moved from the USA they
took all the production equipment, materials
didn't change. What the heck was the issue?
Seems it was training of workers, not material.
That can be fixed...with time. We de-emphasized
the line upon hearing of deckhand complaints in
2012/13, searching out other very good products.
We kept stock of XT boots (even when they were
really "sort-of-tuff" rather than Xtra Tuff). We
brought in the boots in low quantities and took
a wait and see approach. At this point, 2016,
we're confident that Xtra Tuff is back in the
game with an excellent product. In fact we've
expanded our selection of their boots to include
two new series from the manufacturer, a shorty
and a flat sole boot (both in blue). Deckhands
like the new product, Alaskans like
product, and we do too. My own old XT boots are
over 10 years old, and I've taken a fair amount
of ribbing these past three years given their
beaten and torn up appearance. I bought a new
pair myself - but this time went with the shorty
flat soled version. These are a very good option
for guys with cankles - er, rather thick ankles
LEGACY 12" DECKBOOTS
boots ARE the choice of many long rangers. They run about a half size
large, accommodating insole inserts which we sell. With the
insert, comfort is on a high plane. Xtra Tuf produce a good,
likely the best, work boot. These are the one's the deckhands wear,
no greater testament than that for long range fishing. They're excellent products, and will last a long, long
time. For our clients with wet climates, you'll get a double
dose of use from these finely crafted products. While the
Legacy boots were originally made for
agriculture use, dairy industry primarily, they
are the standard among our San Diego based long
range deckhands and skippers. (msrp $119.99)
One point, XT boots run
1/2 size large. In the past we'd suggest folks
buying an insert/insole to absorb that 1/2 size.
No 1/2 sizes offered by the manufacturer. XT
boots are still about 1/2 size large,
they do come with an insert/insole that provides
a nice cushion. In the past I used a size 11
boot and an insert. Alternatively I could have
used a size 10 and that was also comfortable on
my feet with no insert. Now, with the new
production which comes with an insert I bought a
size 11 and it's perfect right out of the box.
For you guys who are 1/2 sized, I'd suggest
buying the larger size and then buying an insert
from a local drug or general store IF NEEDED
rather than downsizing your boot.
Blue Flat Soled
Full Rubber 12" Deck Boots
blue 12" high flat sole
from XtraTuff offer a lighter weight boot that's
very comfortable. They feature the same XTRATUF
slip resistant Chevron outsole that's used on
the Legacy boots. The 12" height provides the
perfect amount of coverage to protect you
against the elements, no need to fold these
boots down (which is customary on the Legacy
boots. Very comfortable and relatively light, tennis shoe type sold
for comfort and sure grip - no heal. (msrp
Alaskan Sneaker -
Full Rubber 6" Deck Boot
Sneaker style shorty 6 " ankle boot is a great
alternative to a more traditional deckboot. No
need to fold these down, they're cooler - and
that makes sense for our warm water Mexico trips
on the Long Range fleet. Also, over the years
we've had many clients who are BIG
and they had some difficulty wearing a deckboot.
They had one heck of a time getting their feet
into the relatively small opening of the boot,
and their ankles and calves were too big to fit
comfortably in a 12" high boot. So, they'd be
stuck wearing sneakers (they get wet and very
uncomfortable) or flip flops (NOT RECOMMENDED if
you value your toes). This style deck-shoe is
the perfect answer for the bubbas, and frankly
for me too. Like I said they are cooler, and
they take a lot less space in my duffle bag than
the regular boot. I also like the flat sole more
than a healed sole. Easy on and easy off with
the tabs and the kick-off on the back of the
heals. That's my personal take, I like 'em and
your feet will, too. (msrp $79.99)
This model sold out on our first
shipment, more arriving this week!!!
In the world of professional foul
weather gear Grundens is top dog among
commercial fishermen, worldwide. If you head out
on a long range charter you'll see deckhands and
skippers wearing their bibs and jackets, it's
professional grade gear made to hold up to heavy
daily use. For private boaters, those
seeking more than something adequate for a brief
bit of rain or one-use-and-done sort of
disposable stuff, Grundens' offers long term
economy through higher quality production
materials geared to the fishing professional.
Grundens makes a wide range of foul weather
gear, and we can order things not shown on our
site. We stock their Clipper series, which is
the most commonly used among the LR crews here
on the West Coast. The Clipper product line is
made for heavy to medium use. If you need foul
weather gear, this is the right level of
protection for most anglers who are serious
about their sport - all year 'round.
cotton twill base material (4.7 oz. per yard),
coated with a specially formulated PVC (8.5 oz.
per yard) for a total weight of 13.2 oz. per
yard. The PVC coating is the original Grundéns
recipe that resists oil and remains flexible in
extremely cold temperatures.
hood, raglan sleeves, covered snaps and storm
flap. Suitable for most heavy-use activities and
all medium-use activities.
Chest-high cut with speed-lock fasteners.
Suitable for most heavy-use activities and all
cotton twill base material (4.7 oz. per yard),
coated with a specially formulated PVC (8.5 oz.
per yard) for a total weight of 13.2 oz. per
yard. The PVC coating is the original Grundéns
recipe that resists oil and remains flexible in
extremely cold temperatures.
Features: Chest-high cut with speed-lock
fasteners. Suitable for most heavy-use
activities and all medium-use activities.
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both our offices and our shops.
New Years, Easter, Memorial Day,
Veteran's Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving
& Christmas. We reserve the right to take off early if
there's a great local bite...
ONLINE SALES & SERVICE CONTACTS
Click on one of the
characters below to email us.
Days a Week Hours
16561 Bolsa Chica St. #105
Huntington Beach, CA 92649 1-714-846-6452
Lawrence, Tosh & Sergey
our shop click link
Open 5 Days a Week
Tuesday through Saturday
Closed: Sunday & Monday
3166 Midway Dr. #101
Diego, CA 92110
Eric Prather Mgr.,
Jeff & Kaleb
Tour our shop
click link above
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Orders over $150 are shipped FREE!* Orders
less than $150 are billed for shipping. Upon
placing your order you'll receive an immediate
confirmation via email. You are not billed at
that time, the confirming email may not reflect
oversize or overweight charges or other issues
requiring direct contact. We process orders
manually, preferring to have a human actually
check things over and contact you should there
be questions. Within 24 hours of placing your
order you will receive a follow-up email
confirmation and final invoice (pdf doc)
reflecting your total charges (Monday-Friday).
You are not billed until we actually send you
your final invoice. Orders shipped to CA
addresses will have California Sales Taxes
applied, out of state orders are tax free.
During the ordering process you can select
expedited shipping if required.
(Within the USA
we usually ship via Federal Express ground.
International, and oversize/weight items will be
billed for shipping and you will be sent an
emailed invoice reflecting total charges prior
to actual billing. We will not ship without you
having had a chance to review the invoice).
Hawaii and Alaska shipping will be accomplished
using USPS Priority service, and our standard
shipping cost policy will apply unless the item
ordered does not fit in their standard size
boxes. If additional shipping fees are required
we will contact you.)
As a means to
reduce spam, we change the above incoming email
Please don't bother adding them to your address
We do apologize for any inconvenience
this policy creates. But, it's the only way we've found
to post an email address on-line and not receive so many
solicitations from some family member of a deceased
"Nigerian" leader trying to move great sums of $
out of the country...
CharkBait makes no guarantee on merchandise, product
safety or suitability beyond those claims offered by the respective
manufacturers. We only offer products that we believe in. CharkBait
maintains a significant inventory of the products we represent, that
saves shipping time for our clients, and proves our belief in the
products we represent. We stock the gear we sell, we don't depend upon a
third party to handle your order. Your order with CharkBait is
given personal attention.
We do not provide any personal information regarding our
banner advertising on many pages. We are the host for that
service, the ads reside on our server. We do utilize "cookies" in order
to increase user friendliness and functionality of this site. Cookies
are required for building your "shopping cart." Bottom line, CharkBait
respects our visitors and clients.
We maintain the site daily, but please don't hold us
liable for tyyppooographical errors or price changes which are beyond
our control. All transactions are confirmed prior to shipment.
All opinions expressed are those of the author, you can take 'em or
leave 'em. Shoes and shirts are not required for service. We
reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
I think that about covers it.