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...and picked up the pole for the afternoon. I ended up with 12",13", 4 15", and 2 18" largemouth. My old man brought in 3 12", 1 15", and 2 18" largemouth as well as a 18" and 24" walleye. All in about 3 hours.
 

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What's a fishing pole??? Just kidding, I respect people with the skill n patience to r&r fish, all I do is loose hooks n lures... Spend most of my time tryin to get untangled from the trees n tying on new hooks!!! Nice catch!
 

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What's a fishing pole??? Just kidding, I respect people with the skill n patience to r&r fish, all I do is loose hooks n lures... Spend most of my time tryin to get untangled from the trees n tying on new hooks!!! Nice catch!
That's me with a bait caster. I can't for the life of me figure why anyone would use such an inefficient fish catching device.....
 

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That's me with a bait caster. I can't for the life of me figure why anyone would use such an inefficient fish catching device.....
haha just picked up a shimano curado g7 and love that reel. cast are getting longer and reels super smooth, I think it funny when someone has a cheap reel and then say they hate baitcasters. One of my fishing buddies use to use those $20 walmart specials and hated using bait casters till he bought a curado. now you couldnt take it from him.but its all personal choice
 

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I've yet to fish with anyone that can work a baitcaster all day in various conditions without spaghetti. Just about anyone can make it all afternoon without knots in a spinning reel. Some are better than others, and most are better than me, but they always cause more issues. I just don't want to transition. But like you said its all personal choice, so to each his own.
 
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