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I've been seeing that alot lately and I I don't know what it means. 

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Thanks man! Hey you're awake, the Zodias rod arrived today and in great shape! Those TW tubes are super durable. The Pflueger LE and Zodias look awesome paired together.

Thanks again Bruddah...

I'll send you a pic of my Quantum Energy casting reel tomorrow.

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Bait Finesse system !

More bout the reels ability to cast lighter baits.

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3 hours ago, ghost said:

I've been seeing that alot lately and I I don't know what it means. 

Money Pit.  :lol:

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5 minutes ago, .ghoti. said:

baloney for supper

jdm baloney.

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BFS - Bait Finesse System

It is a style of fishing that's very popular with the Japanese anglers. It's commonly associated with light baits under 5 grams,light line in the #4-8 range, and light or even ultra light power rods. 

 

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I got it confused, turned a couple letters around. Shimano(stupid auto spelling correct on my Android phone) before had the BSF spool n some of their casting reels.

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On 9/20/2016 at 4:00 PM, Molay1292 said:

For me is was Big Foolish Spending, it was fun but wish I would have just put the money into a good spinning combo.

Very same for me.  I do still enjoy the cranking combo but not sure what I'll do with the others yet.  Definitely something I could have done without.  Was fun but the novelty has worn off.

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I have one bfs combo (px type r with diy spool and klx finesse rod).  I bought the rod and reel used so I spent $300 so not too much.  It definitely can get pretty expensive though.  I prefer casting gear over spinning because for me, it's more efficient and enjoyable.  I'm more accurate and can make more casts.  

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