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hoohoorjoo wrote:hoohoorjoo wrote:Nope, same frame. I put 5.x:1 gears in an HD for a friend. They are dimensionally the same, but the HD gears are supposed to be tougher. Probably hardened brass on both gears. I believe the pinion on the standard Tatula is tempered phosphor bronze....but dont quote me on that lol!
Because Quantum is a made is China brand. I don’t mind made in China as long as it’s priced accordingly. I like my Quantums just fine since I only buy them when they go on clearance for half price. Tackletour caters more towards the JDM and enthusiast level crowd. It amazes me to see the amount of ...
Giqqo wrote:Wacky rig with a 2/0 or 3/0 owner or decoy. Ive had some luck. Doesnt only catch big fish. Planty of dinks too sadly
How long do you wait to set the hook? 20 count? Lol, I still haven't really tried them yet.
Yeah, major craft are nice, but good luck finding one @ $120. Maybe used if you're lucky. I got mine for $150 shipped from Shimreels and I'm certainly not letting it go anytime soon.
Yeah, that's awesome. I put together some catfish rod holders with PVC pipe, an end cap, some garden hose, and angle iron. No kickbass paint job, though. I put a cardboard tube inside my Airliner rod carrier to make it more rigid because the first time I strapped it to the roof it bent about 1/3rd o...
You should strongly consider the Tatula 6101MXB. It has a solid tip that will sling light stuff with ease Damn, I thought I had heard that and had one in my cart during the last ebay 20% deal but I couldn't find the posts again and though I was remembering wrong. Yeah, that sale started just in tim...
What's affordable to you? $50, $100, $150??? Like 120 tops. At this moment is all I can afford. You should strongly consider the Tatula 6101MXB. It has a solid tip that will sling light stuff with ease, but a stiff medium backbone for hook setting and fish control. It's great for finesse jigs, fine...
- Fri Mar 09, 2018 4:16 pm
- Forum: Rods
- Topic: New Loomis GLX rods creak when you shake them?
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My Tatula flipping rod did that at first, but none of the others did. Other than being better suited for frogging, the rod seems fine to me.
OkobojiEagle wrote:I bet there are reel covers made for those "better" reels...
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I'm using a Daiwa Zillion 6'-6" mh and love it amd a Tatula Elite TAEL741MHRB Randy Howell both rods are very good for the price!! Jeff I've had my eye on that Zillion 6'6" Heavy for a long time and finally found a deal on it yesterday. I think that rod is gonna be a blast for skipping an...