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This just happened! OMG these combos are light!

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6 hours ago, dam0007 said:

This just happened! OMG these combos are light!

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those are beautiful 

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Ordered one earlier today!  Looking forward to the SS Tatula!

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22 hours ago, Big-Bass said:

Ordered one earlier today!  Looking forward to the SS Tatula!

youll Love it

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On 1/27/2018 at 11:48 PM, Big-Bass said:

Ordered one earlier today!  Looking forward to the SS Tatula!

 Who has them?! 

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Found this antique oak tool chest.  Makes a great display case for some of my reels and lures.

 

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Thanks!  I wish it was bigger.  I could fill a few of them. 

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Ronert, would that be an old Gerstner tool chest? Always wanted one of those. 

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9 hours ago, .ghoti. said:

Ronert, would that be an old Gerstner tool chest? Always wanted one of those. 

I live 15 minutes from them in Dayton. They make some amazing products.

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On 1/29/2018 at 10:49 AM, punch said:

 

 Who has them?! 

Tackle Trap

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6 minutes ago, dam0007 said:

Tackle Trap

That place seems to be awesome. I was looking for a Hedgehog tool that was in stock so I wouldn't have to order one from Japan and came across them. Placed order yesterday around noon for the tool and some alchemy oil I decided to try. It's already an hour away at the sorting facility and should be here in the morning. I'll be using them in the future for sure. 

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26 minutes ago, XzyluM said:

That place seems to be awesome. I was looking for a Hedgehog tool that was in stock so I wouldn't have to order one from Japan and came across them. Placed order yesterday around noon for the tool and some alchemy oil I decided to try. It's already an hour away at the sorting facility and should be here in the morning. I'll be using them in the future for sure. 

They are the best in the business. A one stop shop for all your needs. Authorized service center for Daiwa and Shimano plus carry a large assortment of high end gear. Their reel tech/tuner is a friend of mine and his work is top notch. 

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3 hours ago, rippin-lips said:

They are the best in the business. A one stop shop for all your needs. Authorized service center for Daiwa and Shimano plus carry a large assortment of high end gear. Their reel tech/tuner is a friend of mine and his work is top notch. 

They are great! Deal with Brian most of the time, he always comes through! 

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23 hours ago, .ghoti. said:

Ronert, would that be an old Gerstner tool chest? Always wanted one of those. 

I believe it is.  It's missing the front cover, which doesn't matter much for my use.  

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You can get these wooden tool boxes at Harbor Freight for $74.99.

 

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It’s a below freezing Saturday in NJ and my new set-up just got delivered. I can’t even test cast it at my local pond because it’s likely frozen over. 

 

Steez SV TW on a GLX MBR842c

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(Thanks @Cyacnba for the beautiful reel!)

 

I can’t stop playing with it, and I’m stuck in the house watching Netflix...

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Very nice! 

 

I have a GLX MBR783c and I am slowly talking myself into picking up one of those reels for it.  

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2 hours ago, fishwizzard said:

Very nice! 

 

I have a GLX MBR783c and I am slowly talking myself into picking up one of those reels for it.  

Thanks! I’ve read nothing but great reviews. Spring can’t come soon enough.

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On 2/3/2018 at 1:45 PM, wet_dream said:

 

I can’t stop playing with it, and I’m stuck in the house watching Netflix...

 

Don't play with it to much or you could go blind :)

 

I have the GLX 842 and is awesome, works excellent for smaller jerkbaits and spybaits.

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I’ve been looking for a nice jdm 2pc rod to keep in the trunk off and on for a bit now. After being told about Olympic graphite leader (who produces their own blanks and also makes some high end golf club shafts) from an online buddy who is constantly on the search for the best blank money can buy... I pulled the trigger on the veloce rv 6’9 mh/f. Build quality is great and the rod is light at 3.5 ounces. Won’t be able to test on the water sensitivity until spring but it feels nice and crisp, and for what they cost should perform just fine. 

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Here's most of my spinners. I have a few more in boxes scattered around. These are all ready to fish and I keep them exercised. I'll take some baitcaster and deep sea setup pics and post.

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Here she is ready to go

7'6 Seth Feider neko/hair jig Elite AGS

Tatula LT 2500 spooled with 10lb red spectra braid. It Is so light maybe 9oz total weight 

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Wish we could do more pics lol

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10 hours ago, kroberts9 said:

Here she is ready to go

7'6 Seth Feider neko/hair jig Elite AGS

Tatula LT 2500 spooled with 10lb red spectra braid. It Is so light maybe 9oz total weight 

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Wish we could do more pics lol

Very nice!  Enjoy!

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10 hours ago, kroberts9 said:

Here she is ready to go

7'6 Seth Feider neko/hair jig Elite AGS

Tatula LT 2500 spooled with 10lb red spectra braid. It Is so light maybe 9oz total weight 

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Wish we could do more pics lol

Would you say these line capacity ratings are correct or is the standard 8/170 for a Daiwa 2500 more accurate?

 

MONO: 8/240, 10/210

 

Going off the Daiwa website the 2000 size at 6/220 is more in line with the standard line capacity of a Daiwa 2500. They have the 3000 listed at 8/160 so I am wondering if they have the line capacities of the 2500 and 3000 backwards on the website.

 

Tackle warehouse also has the same listings.

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