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  1. I am getting ready to move and have decided to slowly move some of my gear that I don't have a use for! Here I have 2 new in box reels from Penn. I will upload pictures for them in a bit once I step away from my computer. The first one is a Penn 420 SSG that has never been taken out of the box except to look at it. It has never been fished and is just collecting dust in my basement. Its a perfect light tackle reel. Asking $55 shipped or $45 local pickup. (Live in Bristol and can travel just about anywhere in southern RI) The second reel is a Penn 4500 SS that also has never been fished. It also comes with with the original box and paperwork as well. Asking $85 shipped or $75 picked up. This reel was Made in the USA and comes stamped with that under the reel seat and the box reflects that as well. Both reels are mechanically and cosmetically 10/10, I just have no use for them and they have been sitting on a shelf for the past 5+ years! Let me know if there are any questions you need answered! Thanks guys
  2. Beautiful, deep blue colored, lightly used, kept on rod rack, fantastic condition. $160. Selling new on St Croix’s website for $279. St Croix‘s description: LEGEND TOURNAMENT® BASS SPINNING RODS feature: Integrated Poly Curve® (IPC®) tooling technology. Advanced Reinforcing Technology™ (ART™). High-modulus/high-strain SCIV graphite with FRS for unparalleled strength and durability. Fuji® K-Series tangle-free guides with Alconite® rings and Corrosion Control™ (CC™) matte finish frames. Fuji® PTS blank-touch reel seat with built-in hood on casting rods. Fuji® TVS blank-touch reel seat with built-in hood on spinning rods. Machined-aluminum wind check and trim pieces. Split-grip/super-grade cork handle. Kigan hook-keeper. Two coats of Flex-Coat slow cure finish. Technique-specific bass series features unrivaled technology and performance. Designed and handcrafted in Park Falls, U.S.A
  3. Just picked up some new gear for inshore. Star Seagis SK614FT76. they call it a light but it is medium light based on other rods I have. They make this rod with split grip and full grip. The grip length was suppose to be shorter on the full grip but it is 18", 2 inches longer then my 7'6" Tidemaster. Not crazy about that. The rod is beautiful and matches my BG2500 perfectly. It seems a bit nicer then the tidemaster. The weights are the same. The Seagis is .1 oz lighter then my Tidemaster but that is just manufacturing variation. I like the action a bit better. It bends into the blank a bit more but is about the same speed as the tidemaster. Plus I got it on Sale for 135.00 so it was a steal at that price.
  4. Tica UGSA80M2S Dolphin Surf Spin Fish Rod, 8-Feet , 2-Piece, ,1/2 to 2 oz, 6-17 lb Tica UGSA-90M2S Dolphin Surf Spin Rod, 9-Feet, 2-Piece, 1/2 to 3 oz, 10-25 lb Stellar Lite Fast Taper SG1220FT80 Spinning 12-20 lb, 1/2 - 1 1/2 oz, 8' 1 pc. Med-Heavy Stellar Lite Fast Taper SG1525FT80 Spinning 15-25 lb, 5/8 - 2 oz, 8' , 1 pc.Heavy Looking for a spinning rod for my BG 4000 to fish the san fransico bay for stripers and grubing for perch and schoolie stripers in the surf. I throw mostly 1/2 oz size hair raisers , swimbaits and kastmasters in the bay but also throw SP minnows. In the surf it will be 1/2 to 1oz lead on carolina rig for perch and 1/2 to 2 oz hair raiser, swimbaits and metal for stripers. I have not found the rods above locally to see how they feel and would like to know how close to lure ratings are these rods. For the bay most of what I throw will be 1/2 to 3/4 oz and in the surf 3/4 to 1 1/2 oz. Does any of the rods above stand out over the others? I do like that the Ticas are 2 pc but the stellars may be higher quality rod. The "concept system" on the stellar fast tapers concerns me in a store bought rod as it can't be matched to my BG 4000. Thanks for any and all input. Craig
  5. Does anyone own one of those pen size fishing rods? I don't know if they're a nice challenge for sea robins and scup or a scam.
  6. Diawa 1300 ss long cast with extra spool (bought separately), well used and maintained, no box: $75 shipped Energy 40 w/box, I believe model before current model, fished once in saltwater but otherwise new. Salt exposure removed some of the holographic color around crank - see pic - but otherwise basically unused: $75 shipped Penn 330 GT conventional spooled with leadcore 36#, mono topshot and 50# braid backing, discontinued model but only used few times with box and clamp: $55 shipped. All three $195 shipped. Cash meet up all three for $180. Check or Mo, or cash for local meet up, southern CT fast/easy, SC RI area will be up in next few weeks.
  7. I was looking at getting a Baitcaster for light tackle fluke. Any ideas if it's good to do? I've been using spinning feels all my life and haven't used a baitcaster ever