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Sure, teach a man to fish, great. But that man is gonna need a rod. He's gonna need a reel. He's gonna need the right gear. And let's be honest: he's probably gonna need some other source of protein to nourish him through the frequent trips when he doesn't catch anything. We can't help with that last one. But we've got the first three covered.
More fishing gear! All right fishers, time to weigh in. (And how's that waterproof case?)
One water proof case, really? This is like a weird alternate reality woot-off where disappointment transcends all planes.
I bought this tackle box almost 6 years ago. I can't beleive they still sell it. It is light but still holds a lot of tackle. I don't find the top containers all that useful other than holding a lure I think that I will switch back and forth between. I use it mostly in Canada fishing for walleye and Pike and it holds all my tackle no problem (I've been going for many years so I have collected a lot of stuff).
Great tackle box, I would recommend to most any fisherman
For the Quantum SL150SPT Smoke Baitcast Reel...is there any chance of getting this for a lefty??
Anyone know how good the Okuma DI-S-602-20 Diemos Spin Cast Combo is? I feel like for the price its worth a shot. I am an inexperienced fisher looking to just fish in some lakes around town.
Also how much is shipping usually?
aharrigan wrote:Anyone know how good the Okuma DI-S-602-20 Diemos Spin Cast Combo is? I feel like for the price its worth a shot. I am an inexperienced fisher looking to just fish in some lakes around town.
Also how much is shipping usually?
Shipping is always $5.
The Okuma setup is perfect for a beginner. For $35 shipped you really can't go wrong. I'm an avid fisherman and I'll probably pick one up for those times I'm with a sister or cousin who fishes for fun. The nice thing about a $35 rig is no one cares if it goes overboard accidentally.
All the fishing gear are offered here!!!
ishoplive wrote:All the fishing gear are offered here!!!
You better hurry and buy something then because it's ending in just a few hours.
Quantum makes.. decent reels. The Exo and Smoke series are their top of the line.
Personally - I think the brand is junk. Nothing but complaints about reels failing or falling apart within a few months of ownership ring in my ears.
If you are a serious bass angler, you already know that Quantum is a highly touted brand, as it is the sponsor of Kevin VanDam, the Michael Jordan of bass fishing. But just because they have good marketing abilities and shiny looking gear doesn't mean they are good.
A reel is one of the two most serious investments an angler will make. I am not saying that the Quantum reels offered are BAD, but if you want a reel that is going to last a LIFETIME, and not just a couple of years if you're lucky - save your money and pick up a few Shimano reels.
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