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I have 4 bags of Berkley Power Bait to hand out to the lucky winner of this contest.
Want to play? Here are the rules of the road:

Be the first back to this thread, to answer the question, correctly.
If you have won in the last month, please give someone else a chance.
If I screw up, I can't be held responsible for giving out multiple prizes, OK? :smile:
Any edited answers are disqualified.
Only one guess per person.
You must send me your mailing address, if you win, within two hours, so that I don't get all mixed up with contests! If you do not, I will give the prize to the next person in line.
Please put the item you won in the e mail header!


OK, I have a whole bunch of colors, for your steelhead fanatics out there, who like to try different things, on occasion.

Here we go!

Follow me to the Berkley Web Site!

THE QUESTION:

Please copy the text, and paste the URL of the page where it tells you about:

Making a Spawn Sac with Berkley Power Eggs

HINT: It begins with "Using a salmon egg hook, thread..."

OK, if you can find that, and be the first back here to post both the web address of that page, and the paragraph that explains it, you win four bags of Power Bait Egg Clusters!

Jen
 

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Making a Spawn Sac with Berkley Power Eggs®
Using a salmon egg hook, thread two or three short strings of Power Eggs onto the shaft. Bury the tip of the hook in one of the last eggs on your last string until it almost protrudes through the top of the egg. Power Eggs hold up to bites and current better than the real thing to help you catch more fish.





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Using a salmon egg hook, thread two or three short strings of Power Eggs onto the shaft. Bury the tip of the hook in one of the last eggs on your last string until it almost protrudes through the top of the egg. Power Eggs hold up to bites and current better than the real thing to help you catch more fish
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http://www.berkley-fishing.com/tips/tipdetail.cfm?TipsContentId=33



Making a Spawn Sac with Berkley Power Eggs®
Using a salmon egg hook, thread two or three short strings of Power Eggs onto the shaft. Bury the tip of the hook in one of the last eggs on your last string until it almost protrudes through the top of the egg. Power Eggs hold up to bites and current better than the real thing to help you catch more fish
 

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Yeah, what they said :grin:
 

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I think that Woody is the only one who followed my directions!

Judges? Am I right?
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Woody? Both the URL of the web page, AND the paragraph.

UH HUH!

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Your right Jennie,

I skimmed your original so fast the first time, that I missed 2 parts must be on the post. Went back and got the 2nd part on another post. Then reread your original and found the rule of one post per person which excluded me.

Still fun!

edit: If you really want to be sneaky, you should label the thread without the ready-set-go and see what happens.

[ 11-13-2003, 10:20 AM: Message edited by: TideWater ]
 
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