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    Surf fishing is my #1 thing

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    Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

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  1. With that setup using bait what's the heaviest sinker you would use?
  2. Hello i was looking for input if anyone has used the uglystik tiger elite casting rod 5'10 heavy 6 - 10 oz 80 - 130 for jigging cod. I was thinking of pairing with a Torium 16 or 20 and mostly use it between 50 and 150 feet with 8oz Norwegian jigs and or 8oz bell sinker/ bait.
  3. Thank you
  4. Are the replacement rod tips still available i cannot find them on new st croix site??
  5. Great idea i wonder if i can get a 9' 3/4 - 4 tip section for my 9' 1 - 4. I find my 1 - 4 a little stiff.
  6. I find it way too stiff for my kind of fishing.
  7. Does st croix sell the tip section for $35 or is it warranty fee deductible?
  8. Perfect my slamner 3 6500 is too damn heavy for my 10.5 mojo hope this new setup is the one i always dreamed of .
  9. Feels like a perfect match imo, i will let you know tomorrow how it handles will lures but this setup is much lighter than my previous
  10. My wife got me a new setup 9' st croix mojo 1 - 4 and gosa 6k for light weight easy on the shoulder plugging.
  11. I just got the Saragosa 6k and Mojo 9' 1 - 4 for my plugging setup to cast all day for Christmas. Weighs 10.6 ounces less than my current setup which is slammer III 6500 and mojo 10'6 3/4 - 4.
  12. St croix mojo and shimano saragosa
  13. Over here in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia my top 3 are 1. SP minnow green mack 2. Storm wildeye shad 3. Tsunami or savage 7 inch sand eel
  14. I bought the Slammer 6500 this summer. I was kind of disappointed with it from first glance with the stiff drag right out the box and the pinion thing. Maybe going to sell and buy a saragosa 6000 like i originally intended to.