Clear Lake Tackle It

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rangerpilot
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Clear Lake Tackle It

Postby rangerpilot » Tue Oct 07, 2008 8:03 pm

I just wanted to say "THANKS AGAIN!" to Ed and Tackle it. We had a club tourney this past weekend and our trolling motor cable snapped at 730 am on day 1 :( . I called Tackle it to ask about anyone on the lake that might have a cable. He said he had a couple, which one of them was able to get us by for the weekend. Ed went outa his way with sincere customer service, and we appreciated it! I just thought it needed to be mentioned....

Loyal customer of Tackle It,

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Roger Saraiba
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Re: Clear Lake Tackle It

Postby Roger Saraiba » Wed Oct 08, 2008 9:22 am

Ed is a great guy and will do anything for his customers.

WELDER DUDE
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Re: Clear Lake Tackle It

Postby WELDER DUDE » Wed Oct 08, 2008 5:54 pm

Ed is awesome!! I fished the WON tri-state and during boat prep for the tournement the locks on my locker handles kept coming loose all year.Word to the wise DON'T USE LOCK-TIGHT as this will snap all of your handles(as I found out). Ed had the old ones off his Skeeter somewhere deep in his garage and told me to come back in a couple of hours and he would see if he could find them. He gave them to me at no cost and I was able to sleep better because I could lock my boat at night. Just can't say enough about the store and Ed and his crew!!
Thanks , WELDER DUDE

Roger Saraiba
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Re: Clear Lake Tackle It

Postby Roger Saraiba » Wed Oct 08, 2008 7:32 pm

Being on Ed's pro staff I hear stories like this over and over again. Ed will hands down go out of his way to help. With Ed its not just about making a buck, he truly cares about the fisherman

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Re: Clear Lake Tackle It

Postby lionkiller » Thu Oct 09, 2008 7:57 am

Roger Saraiba wrote:Being on Ed's pro staff I hear stories like this over and over again. Ed will hands down go out of his way to help. With Ed its not just about making a buck, he truly cares about the fisherman


Being his 'neighbor', I know this!

The problem is now I have such high expectations wherever I go. Makes it hard to shop anywhere else.

Ed's one of a rare breed: those who care.
It's just a beating.....till you fight back.


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