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BoogerSykes
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Buckeye, AZ
Member since Sep 2012
1074 posts

OT: Fishing
Just got a a new Lews Mach II baitcaster, and I love it!, smooth as butter when casting. I'm just curious to what some of you guys are fishing with these days.


Cheese Grits
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Wherever I lay my hat is my home
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36083 posts

re: OT: Fishing
If this is a fishin thread, post some pics of what you put on the dinner table.


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deeprig9
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Member since Sep 2012
34193 posts

re: OT: Fishing
Abu Garcia Ambassader 5500 c3 when they were still made in Sweden, needs lube job. 6'6" Berkely Cherrywood rod with cork handle before they started making those gay handel rods. That's my main bass rig. I have other rigs.

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Broncothor
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Member since Jul 2014
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re: OT: Fishing
I don't fish much anymore, but I did for years. After going through many brands, my number one choice for bait casting and for a spinning reel for small dolphin was Fin-Nor. I mostly used Penn for the offshore trolling reels.


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Jail Cell Odell
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Athens
Member since Dec 2013
257 posts

re: OT: Fishing
As far as baitcasters go...I use a Browning Shimano, Browning Citori, and a Bass Pro Extreme. The bass pro reel has been the most reliable by far.


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Dawginthewoods
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re: OT: Fishing
I’ve started buying lews reels after my brother in law gave me one. I have 3-4 now that I’ve never had a problem out of, which seem to cast as well the $150 quantum baitcasters I have.


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SemperFiDawg
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Member since Sep 2014
538 posts

re: OT: Fishing
14 foot fiberglass cane pole and 200 crickets will embarrass you any day of the week May-Sept......after that, 200 minnows.


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Edawg
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re: OT: Fishing
Penn Slammer III 4500
Ugly Stick Medium/Heavy


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FaCubeItches
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Soviet Monica, People's Republic CA
Member since Sep 2012
4465 posts

re: OT: Fishing
A WWII-surplus field phone generator and a couple lengths of wire always work pretty well.


Malefic Runt
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Try my robe
Member since Oct 2018
1266 posts

re: OT: Fishing
Dragging a croaker sack full of smashed green pecan hulls through the water works pretty dang good too


deeprig9
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Member since Sep 2012
34193 posts

re: OT: Fishing
I thought it had to be walnut hulls?

Runt, where was I just reading this recently? I can't find it on this site. Was it on GON?
This post was edited on 5/31 at 5:08 pm


3morereps
Illinois Fan
The Gym
Member since Jun 2015
5160 posts

re: OT: Fishing
curado k reels on Dobyns champion xp rods. I have a couple lews reels as well. They are nice too
This post was edited on 6/1 at 9:53 am


Malefic Runt
Georgia Fan
Try my robe
Member since Oct 2018
1266 posts

re: OT: Fishing
Dont know about walnuts deeprig. I can speak on pecans being we've got 8 trees beside the house and 2 ponds across the road. Not that ive done it since i was a kid lol


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swdawg
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Member since Sep 2012
666 posts

re: OT: Fishing
All Lew's! The best reels there are!!


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germandawg
Member since Sep 2012
14018 posts

re: OT: Fishing
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curado k reels


Second that....things are by far the best reels I ever owned. Pair them up with Edge Black Widow rods and you'll not be disappointed.

Shimano spinning reels also....Stradics at least but if you got it Stellas are unbelievable.


It took me years to get off Penn spinning reels and I still prefer Penn Internationals over Tiagra's but only marginally....and possibly because my Penn's are 2 generations out of date and they are worn in and not worn out as Penn's used to be....the newer Penn's don't seem the same.

Shimano TLD's for a entry level trolling reel are impossible to beat....things will take massive amounts of abuse and last forever with a minimum of maintenance...lots of big fish come to the boat via a TLD...


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