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- Tue Dec 13, 2011 7:59 pm
- Forum: Shimano Product Support
- Topic: Shimano Warranty
- Replies: 7
- Views: 612
The integrated hook keeper was on the Cumara rods that were designed for bottom contact baits that use a single hook. On the Reaction series we added a normal hook keeper for the lures that use treble hooks to prevent damage to the EVA. This really isn't a warranty issue because it is not a manuact...
^you just brought a thread back from the dead. From 2004. But if we had a vote today, I'd say majority of us would vote 7' compared to 6'6" from a couple years back. I started with 6'6" as well as most of the fishing guys I know of. Now we regularly use rods that are over 7'. The only 7 f...
- Sat Dec 10, 2011 9:16 pm
- Forum: Freshwater
- Topic: Favorite Gear ratio for Walking the Dog
- Replies: 35
- Views: 7714
I love my curado 50e, It is also listed has a frogging reel in TW. Its not to fast or too slow. U can always fix ur slack so its not too long or too short. you really dont have to slow down or speed up ur reeling, it just comes in at the perfect pace.
I love tubes for pitching,flipping, and skipping under trees! It is always effective wen ever i go out. My favorite so far has to be the lake fork craw tube. It has a strong garlic scent and it seems to work. One time my fishing partner and i caught our limit within an hour or so. Any conditions rai...
- Sat Dec 10, 2011 5:32 pm
- Forum: Show and Tell
- Topic: Red Demon Chronarch - thanks Calfish & E_bassfisher!
- Replies: 28
- Views: 1930
VERY Clean, Unique color choice has well.
- Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:02 am
- Forum: Kayak Fishing
- Topic: A weekend to remember German Browns, Smallmouth, Stripers
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1222
must take some skill standing up in the kayak like that! lol, NICE STRIPER Though still need to get my hands on one of thoes! Must have gave one hell of a fight!
7'2 is a all round for me. I can do anything with it. Flip, skip, pitch, etc. No problem. ive fished 6'8-7'3. They were all either too short or too long. but the 7'2 worked the best out of all of them
- Sat Dec 10, 2011 9:45 am
- Forum: Rods
- Topic: Savvy Micro vs Powell Max vs Recon
- Replies: 20
- Views: 2423
I have a Savvy and ive held a recon. Savvy feels balanced, tough, light and sensitive. The recon feels like ur holding $500 in ur hand. it is sensitive, light, nice design, tough, and balanced. IMO each rod is kinda the same. But i think for the value, the phenix is more worth it.
- Fri Dec 09, 2011 11:50 pm
- Forum: Bass Fishing
- Topic: Skipping with baitcasters.
- Replies: 68
- Views: 14410
IMO, i beleive it has to do with ur rod and how u Roll your wrist. Ive tried skipping with a 6'8 MH XF Cumara, 7'2 M XF Cumara, 7'0 MH F Veritas, & a 7'3 Veritas. Out of all of those rods, my fishing partner and i found it easiest to skip with a 7'2 rod. 7'2 seems the ideal height of a rod. When...