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  1. As we all move into this new season here at TU, I wanted to share my thoughts here, with the hopes that it will put people's minds at ease. First of all, let me state very plainly that Tackle Underground will remain the open forum that it has always been. Lure Parts Online is not here to "take over" and make drastic changes based solely on what we think is best. On the contrary, we welcome your feedback and suggestions as to what you'd like to see here at TU as we move forward. The layout and the look & feel of TU will remain as it is for some time to come. And we will not be changing the name. It will remain Tackle Underground Our goal is to secure and reinforce TU as the world's leading resource for people who already make their own lures or want to learn to make their own lures and are starting from scratch. We want to grow together, with members having a part in the future direction of TU. So to that end, if you have suggestions or feedback on how we can make TU better, please reply here and leave your feedback. We're open to any and all suggestions! On another note, I have been personally working with Jerry for the past few weeks as we have prepared for this transition. We know the hard work that Jerry has poured into TU over the years and we want to make sure that the site continues to grow and flourish, giving us all a place to come and share ideas, teaching each other to build better baits and catch more fish on those baits! So with all of that said, I hope you will follow up with your feedback and suggestions for making TU a better place for all of us. Thanks for taking the time to read this and thank you in advance for sharing your suggestions and feedback. Curt
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