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Also my First buzzbait So tomorrow morning I will try it out.

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Congrats on snagging a good woman!  My wife just let me make a TW order too.  I stocked up on jigs and craws...

 

Tight Lines!

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Y'all got it all wrong. Its always better to ask forgiveness than permission.

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Thill bobber stops are used with Thill slip bobbers, won't work for bullet weights.....

Tom

 

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5 minutes ago, WRB said:

Thill bobber stops are used with Thill slip bobbers, won't work for bullet weights.....

Tom

 

Darn!! Oh well it was only a buck for the pack. Was looking for a better way to keep my bullet weights from sliding. I have been using toothpicks so I guess That will have to do for now.

25 minutes ago, riverbasser said:

Y'all got it all wrong. Its always better to ask forgiveness than permission.

Lol that's right!

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VMC sinker stops.

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My wife is the best, I can have as much fishing tackle &  equipment as I can hide :ph34r:

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2 hours ago, d-camarena said:

Careful with that vanish. Broke my heart once

Oh man please dont tell me that lol. Stuff cost more them Power Pro. Can you recommend a good fluorocarbon?

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I have used plenty of vanish without any problems.wet the line b4 pulling the knot tight.Have some fun with the buzzer!

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It's nice having a wife that understands the need for more tackle.

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2 hours ago, Jonathan Evans said:

Oh man please dont tell me that lol. Stuff cost more them Power Pro. Can you recommend a good fluorocarbon?

Budget- Seaguar Invizx.

Top shelf- Seaguar Tatsu.

Nice tackle, hope you catch some good ones on it!

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I recommend sunline flourocarbon, the blue version is the cheapest and really good

Give that vanish a try though, maybe i got a bad batch

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6 hours ago, d-camarena said:

Careful with that vanish. Broke my heart once

I've had vanish break several times on me.  Always when casting, never when I had a fish on. 

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3 hours ago, Jonathan Evans said:

Oh man please dont tell me that lol. Stuff cost more them Power Pro. Can you recommend a good fluorocarbon?

I've read lots of posts on here recommending Seaguar Red Label as a good inexpensive fluorocarbon line.

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4 hours ago, Jonathan Evans said:

Oh man please dont tell me that lol. Stuff cost more them Power Pro. Can you recommend a good fluorocarbon?

 

3 minutes ago, Philo Beddoe said:

I've read lots of posts on here recommending Seaguar Red Label as a good inexpensive fluorocarbon line.

Seaguar Red Label is the only fluorocarbon I use.  Its reliable and its the right price.

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5 hours ago, Jonathan Evans said:

Oh man please dont tell me that lol. Stuff cost more them Power Pro. Can you recommend a good fluorocarbon?

12 lb, you should be fine.  With the buzz bit you have to start reeling before the lure hits the water.

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On 7/9/2016 at 7:29 PM, Jonathan Evans said:

Also my First buzzbait So tomorrow morning I will try it out.

strongly recommend a higher quality (not necessarily much more expensive) buzzbait. you'll find that the better ones allow you to reel them SUPER slow but still keep them above water. i started off with those strike kings and i would have to burn those back just to keep them above water.

check out TW

i use 1/4oz buzzbaits, and have had good luck with :

war eagle ($4.49)

megastrike cavitron ($6.49)

revenge ($6.79)

 

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9 hours ago, d-camarena said:

I recommend sunline flourocarbon, the blue version is the cheapest and really good

Give that vanish a try though, maybe i got a bad batch

I tried the Vanish, took off my reel after the second trip using. Hated it after the first trip but thought I'd give it another chance. I thought wrong.....

8 hours ago, thirtysixit said:

 

Seaguar Red Label is the only fluorocarbon I use.  Its reliable and its the right price.

I like the Red Label line a lot.

 

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