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Topic: HMB jumping Salmon 9/1/17 (Kayak fishing out take Video)  (Read 1026 times)

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papio3

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Great job landing that fish even with the reel popped out. May I ask what kind of rod you have there?
Yesterday I too had a jumping salmon at hmb, but after a failing attempt to net it, it made another run, jumped and shook off. I felt if my rod wasn't so stiff it wouldn't have been able to throw the hook. It was a big fish too. Couldn't stop thinking about it.

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 That's really unfortunate Ernest and its happen to me many times in the past, the current Rod I started using this season with great success have been the lamiglas X-11.


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Right on. Thanks for the info. I was doing some research and came up with the lamiglas x-11 and the g-loomis E6X.


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Great job landing that fish even with the reel popped out. May I ask what kind of rod you have there?
Yesterday I too had a jumping salmon at hmb, but after a failing attempt to net it, it made another run, jumped and shook off. I felt if my rod wasn't so stiff it wouldn't have been able to throw the hook. It was a big fish too. Couldn't stop thinking about it.

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 That's really unfortunate Ernest and its happen to me many times in the past, the current Rod I started using this season with great success have been the lamiglas X-11.

X-11's are a nice graphite blank, but cheap reel seats! Had 2 X-11's pop the reel seats while fighting fish. Both have been since replaced with Okuma SST rods. A lot of shops stopped stocking the X-11's due to poor quality.



papio3

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Great job landing that fish even with the reel popped out. May I ask what kind of rod you have there?
Yesterday I too had a jumping salmon at hmb, but after a failing attempt to net it, it made another run, jumped and shook off. I felt if my rod wasn't so stiff it wouldn't have been able to throw the hook. It was a big fish too. Couldn't stop thinking about it.

ernest




 That's really unfortunate Ernest and its happen to me many times in the past, the current Rod I started using this season with great success have been the lamiglas X-11.

X-11's are a nice graphite blank, but cheap reel seats! Had 2 X-11's pop the reel seats while fighting fish. Both have been since replaced with Okuma SST rods. A lot of shops stopped stocking the X-11's due to poor quality.

 Thanks for the info, When I had my Abu on there I never had the problem of the reel unseating, this was the first trip I installed the Avet on the rod and I didn't install the rod clamp to the reel. Next trip I have to make sure that's installed.

« Last Edit: September 03, 2017, 09:08:27 PM by papio3 »


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I think only a Veteran could save the fish like that.  Nice catch man!


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wow great save. thnx for the footage :)


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Great save indeed. Only pros  can make that save.  :cheers:
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