Fishalicious

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About Fishalicious

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  • About Me:
    B.S. in Fisheries Biology
  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    Fishing! (duh)
  • What I do for a living:
    Get high

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    Male
  • Location
    Rockland County, NY

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  1. Do you have a model number on the Tidemaster? I can't tell if it's casting or spinning. 1 piece or 2 piece?
  2. I don't know, but I'll bet they make excellent pet food, rich in Omega-3.
  3. This needs to happen on Cape Cod. "According to the release, the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) approved ODFW’s application to lethally remove the California sea lions that are present at Willamette Falls in order to help save winter steelhead and spring Chinook salmon from extinction."
  4. You fancy. However, we all know the legacy systems were built to last, despite the occasional bleedair leak that wound up warping the minds of all aboard. I believe one such incident was responsible for the rise of pro wrestling.
  5. Spray and Pray, baby!
  6. One early morning on Cape Cod years ago, I found that the blues would only hit it if I fished it like a pencil popper.
  7. Last season, I picked up a Fenwick Eagle EA66MFS spinning rod and I've been really happy with it. Great value at $70. Paired with a Shimano 2500 size reel, I use it to throw light stuff, like shad raps, small spinnerbaits, etc. that don't cast as well on my preferred baitcasting setups.
  8. All the "experts" (guys paid to post YouTube videos and sell stuff to you) will say fluoro, but I don't think it makes that big a difference. What should be considered is diameter of the line. So, yes, 20 lbs. mono is going to hurt your dive more than 10 lbs. braid. I think the stretch of mono helps with the hookups when cranking, as you're less apt to yank the plug out of the fishes mouth. I fish 10 or 12 lbs. mono on most of my set ups for moving baits. Otherwise, braid with a long fluoro leader for jigs, etc.
  9. It was in my father's collection and likely given to him as a gift, many years ago. I can neither confirm nor deny that it has been opened, but it looks intact to me. Here are more photos.
  10. I'd sell this to you for $35, but would prefer to meet up. Where are you located?
  11. Would you mind posting a photo of the date codes on the spool labels? I'd like to know when these were manufactured. Thank you.
  12. One on left is Salty's, for sure.
  13. Great. PM sent.