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About coastalfreak

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  • Birthday August 5


  • About Me:
    I'm a college student majoring in Fisheries Biology.
  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    Love salt. Love fishing and freediving!

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  1. Yup, learned that the hard way one day.
  2. That is one of the things I don't like about crankbaits and such. Most of the time, however, I only get one treble in the mouth. Still can be annoying.
  3. That's awesome. I can't imagine how much your heart was pounding during the fight. I know mine would be pounding! Nice work. Hope to catch one someday.
  4. Looks like a blast. Enjoy.
  5. Don't mean to hijack the thread, but what is that 9'6" rod you have?
  6. I have one too. Don't know where it is at.
  7. Yep. I’m on here daily too. Unprecedented information.
  8. Ahh. I see.
  9. I would definitely say it's the community and their patience. Newer fishermen like me always have questions, and no matter how many questions we ask, you guys are always eager to answer. Thanks to you guys, I have learned lots.
  10. Of course, you should do your own research. But if I were in your situation I would only go with size 6 up.
  11. I will definitely check it out! Thanks.
  12. I wish it was in the 70s here, a whopping 93 degrees a few days ago.
  13. This would be my first fly rod. I would probably use it for panfish and bass in freshwater most commonly. How would this be? If it's good, which reel would you pair up with it?
  14. I am a glass rod fanboy, and I will admit it. Lower price tag, durability, etc. I've always viewed rod makers like G. Loomis, St. Croix, etc. as high end graphite makers. Extremely sensitive, plenty of backbone, etc. So what makes this rod different than other glass rods of a lower price point? I looked at them today and I liked them, but I was just curious.
  15. I don't know if I'll be going there... I knew it was crowded, but by the time I looked around I think I may just hit Melbourne instead. Any other places between Sebastian and Cocoa?