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  1. I just came back from Yankee Capts Pulley Ridge LITE trip, which consists of fishing in 300-400 feet of water using 10 oz to 20 oz sinkers. I made it through the first day and a half with Shimano Talica 16 II and caught a lot of fish. At one point, I got stuck on the bottom and lost the bottom rig. I was tired by then and switched to my backup combo so that I didn't have to rig up again. I also wanted to test out my new star drag reel. I pulled up a fish or two and at one point, I hooked a fish, but the knob became wobbly and came off. I ended up pulling the fish up (Yelloweye snapper) without the handle and it was a PIA. I spoke to some folks after the trip and I wasn't alone. There was someone who had a Tern on the last trip with Yankee Capt, the handle came off and he said he just threw the reel in the trashcan. A couple of others chimed in who said Tern is no good. I took a glance at the screw when it came out and didn't see any signs of Loctite on it. Wondering if it's quality control issue or it's by design. At this point, I think I have 3 options: Send the reel in for warranty service (The clicker is also very stiff and hard to disengage, especially compared to other reels) Unscrew the knob, apply Loctite and just continue using the reel to see what other problems pop up Remove the knob and find an alternate knob altogether Does anyone else have Tern 2? Any issues with the reel? I had high hopes for Gen 2! Video:
  2. Remember how Feds investigating Anthony Weiner sexting instead found Hillary emails? If that was fair game, one has to assume that ANYTHING found in all the electronic equipment the FBI confiscated from Giuiliani are fair game. Awesome.
  3. Here is the concept Z a coworker just brought me to see if I could fix. Thought I would share the pictures and see if others are having the same problems with the aluminum gear. Background info- we work on a cargo dock in San Diego, a few of us regular fish off the dock on our breaks. Mostly spotted bay bass, from babies 6", up too some fatties around 15". A few of us have caught some big halibuts, Bonita and others. This reel is used by a guy that just started using baitcasters last year, and I think this one is only 10 months old. He says he has only caught spotties on it. It gets used about 3-4 times a week, throwing lures from 1/4oz plastic swimbait to 3/4oz hard lure. Curious what you guys think. Take care.
  4. New Year means new opportunity to try things that you will give up on withen a few weeks. Mine: Read 1 book a month. Use 25 days of vacation time. Lose 50 pounds. Get my shoulder fixed, either by rehab or the knife. Take wife on regular "dates."