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  1. Hello Gentlemen! (And ladies) I'm looking for some info on the old Penn Slammer 760L live liner. Back then I was still using my trusted 710's, 712's, 704's, and 706's. It would be another 15 years after the introduction of the 760L before I begrudgingly purchased my first live liners/baitrunners. I'm intimately familiar with the Fierce II 2500, 4500 and 6500, Somewhat familiar with the baitrunner D and Spinfisher V and VI but never had my hands on a 760L. I know the size/weight/feel of the 460L and 540 but here's my question. How big is the 760L? Is it roughly in the size/class with the Fierce II 6500, Spinfisher LL 6500 and 704 type real size or is it much, much larger as in comparable with an 8500 Spinfisher V/VI LL? Thanks in advance folks! -Ry
  2. I am looking at picking up either a Certate LT in the 3000D-C / 4000D-C / 5000D-C size and I am looking to get a pretty accurate size comparison. I have somewhat factored out the 5000D-C as I think its a little larger than what I want. From the internet I have heard that the 5000D-C falls just about in line with a Penn Slammer 3 4500 in terms of sizing. Given that example, I was hoping someone could provide me with some size comparisons, potentially with pictures. I really like the 3500 size of the penn slammer 3 and the vr50. I am interested in size comparisons of the 3000-5000 certate sizes, i am hoping the 4000D-C fits the bill around the slammer 3 3500 or vr50 sizing. So if you have one or any experience with one I would love for you to chime in and help me out. Looking primarily to potentially get a 3000 or 4000. Below attached is a picture of a normal sized card, penn clash 2500, penn slammer 3 3500, penn slammer 3 4500, and a galaxy note 10+.
  3. does anyone here have experience fly fishing from a single person pontoon boat? I'm curious if they are worth it or more of a nuisance. The problem is a don't have space for a kayak which I would prefer. I'm wondering if these break down to where I could fit them in my car and store them easily?
  4. Ok so I want to get a nice and strong saltwater reel with 30 drag and big size but will that make it bad for fishing salmon or other small fishes When going fishing near where I live. (Tsunami Shield 5000)- Reel
  5. I was fortunate enough to pick up a NIB 2 speed Abu 10000CL from Japan and I'm trying to find out the correct bearing size for an upgrade. Would anyone by chance know what size bearing these will accept? Thank You. Reel foot #'s 86L 850400
  6. I have a 11 footer for chunking and a 9 footer for plugging. I'm looking to buy the penn battle 2 reel but I only want one that can work for both rods. Which size should I get and how does this reel perform?
  7. Im planning on purchasing a surf rod that is 10' and is a medium heavy. The main plan for it is shark fishing but the reason its not a 12' heavy is because I dont want to use it for just sharks(for blues and stripers as well). I live in New Jersey so I will only be fishing for sand sharks and an occasional sand tiger if im lucky. But overall will a medium heavy 10' rod be fine if I hooked a sand shark/tiger over 5'? Thanks for the help