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Hello all! Zak here from Columbus Ohio. I just joined and am looking forward to reading and contributing to the forum! 

 

I grew up in northern Ohio fishing the Huron river with a rooster tail but that was about the extent of my experience until I came down here for school. I graduated from Ohio state about 10 years ago and I have since tought myself how to catfish the area reservoirs and am now looking forward to learning the bass techniques as well. I wouldn’t  all myself a novice by any stretch, but now that I have a boat I am looking to further hone my technique. 

 

Thanks in in advance for all the knowledge I am sure to gain from you all!

 

Zak

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Welcome to Bass Resource!

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Hello Zak and Welcome to Bass Resource ~

A-Jay

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Greetings Zak and Welcome to the forums :)

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Welcome to Bass Resource!

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Howdy Zak and welcome aboard! 😎

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ZebcoJack, welcome to the Forum.

 

Great having you with us.

 

After a few months you will have to change your name to ShimanoJack!

 

Happy New Year!

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Welcome aboard, Zak!

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12 hours ago, Sam said:

ZebcoJack, welcome to the Forum.

 

Great having you with us.

 

After a few months you will have to change your name to ShimanoJack!

 

Happy New Year!

Ha!  I am not sure that has as nice of a ring to it!

 

I actually really do love to use 1970's era Zebco 33's for a lot of my casting work.  I have purchased and restored several of them and you would be suprised how much they can do attached to a Fenwick Aetos rod!!!

 

Aside from that I really enjoy the higher end Pflueger baitcasting and spinning reels as well.  Incredible value for the dollar from a brand that has been around for a long time.  I have a few Patriarch reels on my finesse gear and on one Musky rod that are truly a pleasure to fish with.  I just always come back to the pleasure of catching a PB bass or channel cat on a 40 year old reel with all brass internals that I personally have rebuilt and maintained.  Just a great feeling that adds to the already exciting feeling of landing a 12 pound cat or 20 inch smallie!!!

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Hello Zak, welcome to Bass Resource and the Forums!

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Welcome to the forum

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Welcome!

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Welcome to BR, happy new year, happy new members.

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Welcome home! We're glad you're here.

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Welcome! :)

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Hello and Welcome 

 

 

 

 

Mike

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