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  1. WTS NEW in Box Shimano Twin Power SW 10000PG 2016 Spinning Reel The SW technology which was previously exclusive to the flagship Stella adorns the Twin Power family. With sizes from 4000 through to a powerhouse 10000 size, these are seriously tough reels, appealing to saltwater anglers seeking all sizes of fish including big game blue water species. Freshwater spinning experts will also appreciate such top-end quality. Bristling with advanced features including AR-C spool, SR one-piece bail arm and Waterproof Rigid Support Drag. Gear ratios range from 4.9:1 on the 8000PG model, to a pacy yet perfectly measured 6.2:1 on the 5000. Powered by S A-RB bearings, these are true thoroughbreds. Pinion Gear: Super hard brass Stainless steel bail Aluminum rotor X-Ship technology X-Rigid Rotor X-Tough Drag XGT7 Side Cover per Shimano Specs 22.9oz, 4.9 / 1 gear ratio, 55 lbs of max drag!!! (wow) Super Smooth with 10+1 Bearings Holds lots of Power Pro LBS / Yards = 50/360, 65/290, 80/215 Never used - sealed in box. With reel bag, box, papers - brand spanking new. I got this with another Twin Power and decided on a different direction and won't need this. Model number TP10000SWBPG Seen online for $619 USA ship to $537 from Japan? I will let this go for only $499 includes the PP fees Free ship to lower 48 I can do $489 if you want to send me a USPS money order Free ship to lower 48 actual pics coming soon- but this is brand new in box
  2. Hi guys, I just moved to Rahway, NJ near the Rec center. There is obviously the Rahway river there, but where can I fish. I am new to fishing and do not know where any spots are. Can anyone let me know of locations (somewhat specific) and what i can expect to catch? Thanks
  3. Lamson Konic 4 Reel II Backing and Royal Wulff Saltwater 9 weight intermediate line with 9 foot fluorocarbon leader $140 shipped PayPal Echo ION 9 foot 9 weight rod new $100 shipped PayPal
  4. Hey Guys, ICAST 2015 is right around the corner (next week in Orlando, FL) and PENN has given me permission to share complete photos of the Clash 5000 in a "sneak peak" for those on SOL and other sites that are interested. The Clash will not be available at your local favorite "Tackle Ho Emporium" until sometime in October and I for one could not wait that long for at least a peak at some of the new features PENN has incorporated into this new reel that fits just above the Battle II or Conflict in price but well below the Torque. This will be a photo heavy post broken up into pieces as we go and not a review or service tutorial strictly speaking. A review should only take place after months on the water with real testing etc...this is intended just to give those unable to attend ICAST a look at the new features of the reel with some discussion of design intent. We can safely say that PENN is adding features to make the reel much tougher than it's siblings with tougher materials and construction details. How that plays out in production and on the water we can be hopeful but that will take time to sort out. PENN Clash 5000: And compared to a Battle II 6000 for size: Which makes it seem large due to the wide angle lens, but if we reverse the position we can see it is clearly a smaller reel as expected: To be continued
  5. Thanks for all the advise gentlemen. Here is my tackle box: ​Saltwater X-Rap - Sardine and Mackerel (2) X-Rap Subwalk - Silver and Gold (2) Super Shad Rap - Gold Shiner and Silver Shiner (2) SPRO Prime Buctail - All colors (dozen) Deadly Dick Long Jigging - Silver and Prism Scale (2) Acme Kastmaster Plain Spoon - Gold and Silver (4) Cripple Herring - Green and Blue (2) SPRO Ball Bearing Swivels (6) Reel: Chose all around reel for the low the maintenance fisherman. VS200 Line: ​PowerPro Spectra Braided - Green and Yellow Rod: St Croix Triumph Summation: I was able to stay under $1,000.00. Now all I need is a pond......and if I hold my mouth right! PS: I remain open to suggestion, I still have some lure money my wife doesn't know about!
  6. While at ICAST I had the opportunity to cast a new((prototype) fly line manufactured by Monic. The coating on this new line is not PVC like most other lines. My first impression of the new line--after one cast was, "Wow, this is definitely different. With only about 15' of the head out, my first cast was about 50 feet. I practically begged Bob Goodale for one at the show I received a 9wt prototype of this line a couple of weeks ago. Unfortunately, since the line came, we've had close to 3 feet of rain so I've done almost 0 fishing. For lack of anything better to do, I loaded the line onto an old Orvis Battenkill on a 9WT Colton Tradewinds and drove down to a local retention pond. I am not a great fly caster but I can cast this line all the way into my backing--whether I ever need to or not. I added 15' or more to what this rod could do with an Outbound Short. The finish on this line is very hard when compared to other lines I have. The hard coating on this new Monic fly line allows the line to slip through the guides with far less drag and makes me a better fly caster. I made a few casts with a really big Bass bug and a few more with an 8-9" Flatwing before the rain hit again. The rod/line combo handled both just fine. ( No, I couldn't cast the entire line with either of the flies) I don't know what the specific gravity of the line is but it darn sure floats high making it easy to lift off the water into a back cast.. The line color is a light blue that I can see well on our tannin stained water. I have no idea when this new line will be available in stores. In the meantime, if you pass through the Crystal River, FL area, give me a call and make a few casts with the prototype.
  7. Hi guys. I'm new to this forum things and new to surf casting. I was just wondering if anyone could help me out with the right conditions to go for stripers and blues and also a good rig set up to use. Artificial or live? Stuff like that. Also if anyone has some good location to go. I'm in western Suffolk. Thanks in advanced