net and wading staff in one?

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net and wading staff in one?

Post by Kolledog » Sat Feb 20, 2016 8:43 am

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Any of you lunchbags seen, used, or laughed at a Netstaff?

Yeah, I'm old enough (fuck you, too) that I need to use a wading staff a fair amount of the time, and I left mine somewhere somehow sometime when I was last out trying not to fall into the icy water.

Is the Netstaff a cool deal or just a Goldbergian crap basket that I would hate and throw in the woods.

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I know you're going to jump all over my shit no matter what I post, but let me say ahead of time that I don't have anything to do with Netstaff, so you can all go and sit on a greased egg.

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Re: net and wading staff in one?

Post by austrotard » Sat Feb 20, 2016 8:46 am

how the fuck would we know, you fucking dinosaur?

ask some soon to be dead guy.
ask heero.
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Re: net and wading staff in one?

Post by Kolledog » Sat Feb 20, 2016 9:21 am

AustREtard:

In lieu of a greased egg, you should probably tried a hard boiled one, slathered in sheep butter. Take your waders off, then ease down on it slowly.

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Re: net and wading staff in one?

Post by MTgrayling » Sat Feb 20, 2016 11:21 am

Slogan: "The bumper dumper of fishing accessories"

Get a stick, you old fart.
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Re: net and wading staff in one?

Post by pbrstreetgang » Sat Feb 20, 2016 11:22 am

Can it also be used as a stereo speaker stand?
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Re: net and wading staff in one?

Post by Adams » Sat Feb 20, 2016 12:41 pm

That grip needs to be more dildo shaped.
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Re: net and wading staff in one?

Post by CarpeTructa » Sat Feb 20, 2016 2:50 pm

This is why one should post an intro - someone might have been able to give you an answer. Since you didn't - fuck off and try your local forum. Oh, and you might try that egg thing too - sounds like you have some experience with inserting things into your anus.
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Re: net and wading staff in one?

Post by Kolledog » Sat Feb 20, 2016 8:39 pm

Dude, check your photo. Big phallus in your mouth? What the fuck is that all about?
Sorry to ruin your online fantasy, but I have no experience with the egg thing. You might find some pix in an aussie poofter forum. Or in your latest NAMBLA newsletter.
Shit only goes out from my ass.

I'm guessing that none of you teabaggers have anything constructive opinions regarding my original query.
The magazine is so intelligent, but the forums...not so much.
That said, you seem like a fun bunch. Of what I'm not so sure.

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Re: net and wading staff in one?

Post by austrotard » Sat Feb 20, 2016 8:54 pm

come on, now... back to your bed, sir.
we'll always have buffalo, sweet josh.

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Re: net and wading staff in one?

Post by pbrstreetgang » Sat Feb 20, 2016 9:16 pm

Kolledog wrote:Dude, check your photo. Big phallus in your mouth? What the fuck is that all about?
Sorry to ruin your online fantasy, but I have no experience with the egg thing. You might find some pix in an aussie poofter forum. Or in your latest NAMBLA newsletter.
Shit only goes out from my ass.

I'm guessing that none of you teabaggers have anything constructive opinions regarding my original query.
The magazine is so intelligent, but the forums...not so much.
That said, you seem like a fun bunch. Of what I'm not so sure.
does that mean you won't be sharing your product review with us?

shame. LenH could benefit from your insight
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Re: net and wading staff in one?

Post by stillsteamin » Sun Feb 21, 2016 7:12 am

austrotard wrote:come on, now... back to your bed, sir.
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Re: net and wading staff in one?

Post by DayTripper » Sun Feb 21, 2016 8:18 am

Wading staffs are for pussies and old men. Where's your sense of adventure?

On a side note, it's a piss poor design. Anyone who has spent any time around teardrop shaped nets knows the easiest way to break one is to apply force to the spot they stuck their dildo grip. I'd hate to actually need one of these and have it fail mid-stream.

If one were going to combine the two, you'd want to put the grip where the handle meets the base of the net and maybe make the handle a little longer than your typical guide net.

Which is still a dumb idea. Who wants to carry an oversized guide net on a walk/wade trip? Totally the wrong tool unless you're the right tool.

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