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Found 3 results

  1. For sale is an unused Ahi RSB-800 Sabiki rod, mated to a classic Penn Peerless #9 level wind reel. The rod is a three-piece design, which makes it easier to thread. It’s eight feet in length in order to completely take up a full sabiki rig. There’s a rig in the rod now and included will be several extra sabiki rigs. The Penn reel is of course, made in U.S.A, and is in excellent condition. The level wind works great so there’s one less thing to think about when reeling in bait. It’s a great match for the rod, blending the best of the new with the best of the old. Local pick up price, in or near Rhode Island, is $85.00. Thanks for looking!
  2. I'll be up in NJ this weekend and Monday. Will be checking out an Inlet and Marina in MOCO. Checking into a Motor Lodge near the marina Saturday night. Will probably be getting there really late (likely midnight). I've got underwater LED lights and a couple Battery powered LED worklights to bring out on the dock. Tide will be incoming and peak at 4:06 AM. Will try sabiki and squid jigs to see what I can get. If the bite is hot, I'll stay at least an hour. If it doesn't produce within 15 minutes, I'll walk back to the motel for a few hours of sleep and try again in the early morning. I'll probably get a few hours sleep and hit the dock at 6AM - outgoing tide and some sun. I'll try fishing for some winter flounder, jig for herring and again see if the squid jigs produce anything. I expect Water temps in the mid 40s.(Thanks Squidder 329!). If the dock seems dead, I'll head to the surf a bit. I have to leave by 10ish to go fish a clothes washer for my tenant. then a late Thanksgiving dinner with family. Might fish again Sunday night. Monday morning is rainy I hear. will see...
  3. I was wondering if a sabiki rig would catch baitfish from a beach. I cant cast very far, just about 40 yards. would it work?