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You’ve usually got one shot to make it right when doing your own wooden push pole fork for use on a technical poling skiff. Capt. John Tarr came up with a fantastic video showing the steps to help alleviate the anxiety if this isn’t something you’ve done alot. Capt. John feels these forks are lighter, quieter and more natural sounding than the plastic forks offered by companies. This video shows you how to make sure it is installed properly, so the fork or the push pole doesn’t split.

Watch on Capt. John’s Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CnDc-91g28&t=639s

Captain John Tarr is a fly fishing and light tackle fishing guide along Florida’s Spacecoast. He has been guiding in this area since 1996. During that time, he has become a published writer, fly tyer, and has worked on various projects with with Yeti, Temple Fork Outfitters, Nautilus Reels, Costa Del Mar, Hell’s Bay Boatworks, and has been involved in numerous shows with Flip Pallot. He is a Federation of Fly Fishers casting instructor and has taught hundreds of students to fly cast, and helped ignite their passion for fly fishing. His passion to teach others also includes fly tying and how-to videos on other subjects revolving around fishing.

Give him a follow on social media for some great content:

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www.tailhunteroutdooradventures.com

Instagram: Tailhunter_outdoor_adventures

YouTube: @johntarr9292

Email: [email protected]

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