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  1. After seeing some of the sales online, I was considering taking advantage of them and spending several hundred dollars on a fishing reel and then maybe a new rod over the winter. However, after having my own reservations due to the fishery, and my nephew coming over last night and expressing the same concerns, I am probably going to pass on buying anything and save the money. It’s good to see life out there but to be honest, the only option I have in the surf nowadays are schoolies which does get old after a while. There are no big blues, no weakfish and a bass over 28” is a rarity. I guess they don’t they realize the more fish that are around to catch, the more people will fish/spend money on fishing related tackle. Unless I change my mind, the reel, and rod mfg. along with the tackleshop, lost out on a sale.