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Topic: any idea the pound test of lake trolling flashers?  (Read 118 times)

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cleaning out my father in laws stuff and found a stash of trout tackle. Looking at the lake trollers. Any idea the pound test? Its on a cable so I assume really high. http://www.rapala.com/luhr-jensen/trolling-accessories/lake-trolls/
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