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« on: July 14, 2007, 11:24:01 CET »

anyone could give me some advice on rod+ multipler reel for boat fishing 100 mtrs+ depht i see many on net 30lb rods and reels not to expensive but how do you know whats good can anyone help i have not had much expierience this type of fishing tks
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« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2007, 22:22:37 CET »

have a 30/50 Lineaeffe Gold Coloured which aside from failing the first time it was used (and then repaired by Pirotta) seems to be okay since. Very cost effective reel, in the level drag type. Doesn't have the loudest alarm in the world but not bad.

In the 30lbs class I would even consider a reel with a level winder, I have a couple of Penn Commander 30's, its true they are star drag which I don't like too much, but they have excellent level winder's to keep your reel neat, the loudest alarm around and are well priced.

Then its up from there, varios other Penn's, and then Shimano's costing much more
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« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2007, 09:37:06 CET »

ok what do you intend doing eg trolling or bottom fishing
and for what ? eg if you are going for lampuki, tunnagg, barracuda, amberjack, plamti,kubrit etc etc a 12lb rod is enough
if you are going for bigger game eg tuna, swordfish,sharks etc etc you will need a much bigger and stronger rod and reel (top quality prefered)
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« Reply #3 on: July 16, 2007, 13:47:37 CET »

Hi Digger,

Last week I was at Mr Fish of Fgura and they had an offer on a rod+reel+line that would be enough for what you need. It was about Lm30/35. I also intend to buy one to go for plamti etc ,but would like to know better about the quality since I am myself a beginner. Has anyone seen the rod+reel I am speaking about? If yes,can anyone post some feedback with regards to the quality of this gear.
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« Reply #4 on: July 16, 2007, 22:57:42 CET »

yes i did see the rod that you are talking about i dont have details on the item in qestion but i would like to tell you my fishing buddy bought one and he is very very happy with it im going to see it some time this week will be able to post more then.... also if its good i will be buying one my self.
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