Always_NoFo

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About Always_NoFo

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  • birthdate
    08/19/1996

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  • About Me:
    I spend approximately 95% of my free time throwing plugs into the beautiful sea
  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    FISHING, soccer (Liverpool FC), cars, surfing/bodyboarding
  • What I do for a living:
    Study day and night when I'm not fishing

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Long Island

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  1. How is it scumbag behavior? If I see someone catching fish in a spot that I haven't fished, I'm going to want to check it out, and I bet you'd do the same. There's nothing wrong with that, and to call it spying is a massive exaggeration in my opinion.
  2. Funnily enough they wouldn't touch the smaller plugs
  3. I'm not too excited about it as an option but it's affordable and can be lightly modded to handle beach driving, and I will not be getting an auto. Did you have any other issues with it?
  4. How is it in manual? Really torn between one of these and the Crosstrek.
  5. I'm in!
  6. Unfortunately it only goes back one day on wind, but it will give you a lot of details up till that point
  7. Willyweather for me. Seems to be accurate enough for me as well and it's got pretty much everything you'd need.
  8. Right on. I was hoping to have checked one out already. I suppose I'd rather they take their time and execute though. I heard June is when we'd be seeing them. Let's see
  9. How do you guys think this would handle inlet fishing? With the rated 50lb drag that sure sounds like a reel that can stop a fish in heavy current like that, but I'm curious to hear what other more experienced anglers would have to say about that.
  10. For me the biggest difference was in bucktailing. My NEX1 is an absolute dream to bucktail with, and it handles the light stuff better. They've somehow made sensitive, yet very strong and lightweight rods. I also feel that the ODM works pencil poppers better in rougher conditions. ODM is a worthwhile investment, but you can rest assured that the Airwave Elite is going to serve you well should you decide to go that route.
  11. 1oz white bucktail did the trick for this one
  12. Racarod is the nicest imo, but any ski racks do the job just fine. Having a 2nd setup rigged up only saves you a couple minutes tops when switching so if theft is a concern you can just leave your extra reels in the car.
  13. A lot of my usual spots are decent hikes so I'm not really moving around too much. My most reliable patterns have come from staying even when I "shouldn't", so I always think it's worth it to really fish a spot as hard as you can. You never know what you may find.
  14. I personally wouldn't go near an inlet without 50lb test line. For open beaches 30lb is perfect. As far as brands go, I've used Suffix 832 and Spiderwire Ultracast Invisibraid and liked them a lot. Right now I'm using J-Braid and I like that as well. I'd avoid Spiderwire Stealth and PowerPro
  15. I catch and release.