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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Wtb van staal reel  (Read 342 times)

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albycor

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Looking to upgrade my surf gear for the bigger fishies that are showing up.

Looking for a van staal either a 100 or 150.

Also looking for a good surf rod.  G loomis or st croix.



G-Whiz

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Also looking for a good surf rod.  G loomis or st croix.

What size? what weight?
The one who dies with the most toys, WINS!



ppickerell

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Bail or no bail? Have you drooled on pictures of Zeebaas reels?


albycor

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Looking for at least 11 ft  and maybe even 12 ft rod.  Med heavy.  Just need something that can handle topwater but still light enuff to throw swimbaits.  The rods I have are a bit light to really use topwater effectively.  I'm not a snob by any stretch of the imagination but you pay for quality .  Want something that is light enuff to carry and sling lures all day.

Open to both bail and bailess.  Never touched a zbass but they look sweet. 


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Mienboy

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Dont know about st croix warranty but last I checked g loomis charges 100$ for a warranty claim.now remember your shelling out 300+ at the low end then if you need a warranty claim its an additional 100$.just and fyi if you wasn't aware
My biggest worry is that my wife(when I'm dead)will sell my fishing gear for what I said I paid for it


 

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