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  1. X2 Anthony Ritter Great guid. I fish with him every May for trout. And his small mouth trips are incredible
  2. Clambellies that’s exactly what I’m trying to avoid. Last year I was using a 10’ 6” lamiglass insane surf and a vr175 and it worked fine. But when a big fish got in the current wow nothing like a big fish off the beach. Once again thanks for all the input. I think I’m going to try the Saragossa 8000.
  3. We catch a few every August casting little castmasters for snappers in the sound.
  4. clambellies, that’s exactly what was happening last season but it was a guy on my right that ended up fighting ever fish he caught right in front of me. Absolutely no control. But to be fair I was not really ready for the current either. I just picked up a TFO 10’6” 2-6 can’t wait to try it out. Now I have to look into the Saragossa or something similar. Thanks for the advice.
  5. Thanks very much for the input. I was there last season and had a blast,I just want to be better prepared this year.
  6. Hello, I would like some help with a canal setup. What’s your opinion on rod length, weight rating and reel size. Thanks.
  7. I just received a VR50, I was not aware they made a bail less model.
  8. Throgs Neck Ny, Usually around mid March.
  9. Last couple years I take a few home when I go cod fishing. Really great eating fish can’t believe I looked at them like a trash fish all those years.
  10. I spend a lot of time reading,mostly about fishing.
  11. We call them killies, as kids we used dry cat food to catch them.
  12. I better start practicing my Alberto or fg because the sound of my swivel going through my guides in the dark is gonna drive me nuts.
  13. Thanks for all the responses.
  14. I Was wondering do most on this site use a swivel to connect their braid to their leaders or a knot like an Alberto. Thanks for any input.
  15. I use moss green power pro. Is there any advantage/ disadvantage to using the other colors available. Thanks.