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Conventional surf fishing -- The chunksters way.

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Tomorrow I'll be at field 6 in jones beach from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.

I'll have one of the hottest conventional surf reels that's out there. The reel

is practically blow up proof. The rods and lines all work together. If you're

serious about fishing I strongly recommend you to show up. The air temps

will be below freezing, make sure you dress warm or you can sit in your

warm car in the parking lot and watch. :)

 

Be there or be square. :D

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leather the obvious reason that you don't fish

bait is because you don't know how. I'm giving

you the opportunity to learn. I'm taking my own

time for everyone to better themselves.

 

skidd the real laugh from this thread would be

if you show up with your 8'N bait outfit and

letting everyone know how much you don't

know.

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leather the obvious reason that you don't fish

bait is because you don't know how. I'm giving

you the opportunity to learn. I'm taking my own

time for everyone to better themselves.

skidd the real laugh from this thread would be

if you show up with your 8'N bait outfit and

letting everyone know how much you don't

know.

 

 

 

 

Don't know what? I'm curious how you know leatherface and I don't know what we're doing, I'm also curious why you think you do. Seriously, your embarrassing yourself here. Stop offering your bored, self praising self on others and wait till they ask. You'll be at the field tomorrow with the seagulls, teach them. Maybe if you weren't so rude and arrogant you would actually have an audience.... Btw I don't know you and obviously have never witnessed you cast and I'm sure your good at it. One question for you. Do you catch a lot with your 100 yard cast(that honestly isn't that far)?

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Tomorrow I'll be at field 6 in jones beach from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.

I'll have one of the hottest conventional surf reels that's out there. The reel

is practically blow up proof. The rods and lines all work together. If you're

serious about fishing I strongly recommend you to show up. The air temps

will be below freezing, make sure you dress warm or you can sit in your

warm car in the parking lot and watch. :)

Be there or be square. :D

 

 

 

 

Blow up proof is a loss of distance. I cast a squidder that can blow up if you look at it the wrong way. And it will outcast any newfangled high tech piece of modern art out there....

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leather the obvious reason that you don't fish

bait is because you don't know how. I'm giving

you the opportunity to learn. I'm taking my own

time for everyone to better themselves.

skidd the real laugh from this thread would be

if you show up with your 8'N bait outfit and

letting everyone know how much you don't

know.

 

I caught almost all my bass on bait last season. Plugs just weren't working for me, especially after the hurricane. The real issue for me would be throwing a conventional, not that I don't know how to catch Bass using bait. Why would you say something like that? I have been fishing bait my whole life. I am just looking for a better rod to do it with.

I appreciate you taking your time, but my time would be better spent learning from someone with a more positive attitude towards others.

 

Thanks :wave:

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Show me skidd, I'll be there tomorrow. I got

all of the proper tools to measure your cast.

I'm not A gambling man but I'm willing to bet

that you DON'T hit A 100 yards and I put over

450' with my blow up proof reel. I'll get A guy

that never could cast conventional surf reels

and in A short period they're getting good re-

sults. I'll guarantee 100 yards. I also doubt

that A professional like yourself is hitting that

mark with the equipment you're talking about.

 

SHOW UP !!!!

 

This is the reason why I didn't put up A manufactures

name. The Internet fishermen doesn't work.

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Show me skidd, I'll be there tomorrow. I got

all of the proper tools to measure your cast.

I'm not A gambling man but I'm willing to bet

that you DON'T hit A 100 yards and I put over

450' with my blow up proof reel. I'll get A guy

that never could cast conventional surf reels

and in A short period they're getting good re-

sults. I'll guarantee 100 yards. I also doubt

that A professional like yourself is hitting that

mark with the equipment you're talking about.

SHOW UP !!!!

This is the reason why I didn't put up A manufactures

name. The Internet fishermen doesn't work.

 

 

 

I have to check my tire pressure tomorrow so I'm a little busy. Tell you what, you win your the winner of the distance casting tournament that never existed. Have a nice day, bring lots of coffee and donuts for the mob that's gonna show up tomorrow..... Seagulls like frosted donuts...... Be safe brother...

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Show me skidd, I'll be there tomorrow. I got

all of the proper tools to measure your cast.

I'm not A gambling man but I'm willing to bet

that you DON'T hit A 100 yards and I put over

450' with my blow up proof reel. I'll get A guy

that never could cast conventional surf reels

and in A short period they're getting good re-

sults. I'll guarantee 100 yards. I also doubt

that A professional like yourself is hitting that

mark with the equipment you're talking about.

SHOW UP !!!!

This is the reason why I didn't put up A manufactures

name. The Internet fishermen doesn't work.

 

 

 

Again, how do you know This?

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distance casting won't catch you fish............with a long cast you are most likely on the sand bar

 

That depends on where you are Jack. But I agree that most are caught in closer or close.....

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