What the Finesse?!? A Sub $150 BFS Stick? Meet The 47

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What the Finesse?!? A Sub $150 BFS Stick? Meet The 47

Postby Cal » Mon May 21, 2018 6:33 am

What the Finesse?!? A Sub $150 BFS Stick? Meet The 47

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Introduction: Dedicated fans of TackleTour know how long we've been on the baitfinesse (BFS) bandwagon. For those new to the game, baitfinesse is a term used to describe fishing finesse techniques like the drop shot on casting gear instead of spinning. Up until recently, this has been an approach reserved for those with enthusiast tackle budgets, but with the introduction of more affordable reels like the Scorpion BFS and Daiwa's ever expanding lineup of reels with the SV spool, this technique is really gaining traction. This movement is especially intriguing for those who are growing wearisome of dealing with the line management issues spinning gear presents.

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Re: What the Finesse?!? A Sub $150 BFS Stick? Meet The 47

Postby Warhawk » Mon May 21, 2018 8:33 am

I have one of these rods and love it! I always lean toward a lighter action rod anyway. Until this one, my favorite was a Kistler Carbon Steel 6'6" inshore casting rod. These two rods have a very similar action.


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