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Picked one up for my kids to be able to keep up on the party boat trips for haddock in the spring. Turns out dad likes to bring it when the kids arnt there as well.  After about 5/6 uses I can say this bad boy paired with a soft rod is by far the most efficient way to get a limit I’ve ever experienced

 

towards the end of our last trip I’d hook the fish and put the rod In the holder just for kicks.

 

it will be a staple for any ground fishing trips in 150’+

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It needed to be asked.

 

Especially since we know from being here he is mid 40s at best.  Probably younger :D 

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2 hours ago, Sparky said:

You use an electric reel in 150'?

 

1 hour ago, Tom T said:

It needed to be asked.

 

Especially since we know from being here he is mid 40s at best.  Probably younger :D 

150'+.  You dudes are so critical that you ignored the "plus".  You should try being more encouraging and inviting... like me.

 

For what it is worth, I use a handline until we are in more than 250' of water.  Then I go to the rod and the reel. 

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3 mins ago, The BuzzardsBayBruin said:

I’m 34

 

and yes in 150’ I’ll fill the box faster than any of you guys :point:

Sparky has socks older than you.

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My buddy was making fun of me for having an electric reel when we only planned on fishing 150’. I had 9 in the box before he landed his 1st keeper. He has since bought one.

 

certainly not necessary for able bodied people but it’s fun

 

the 500 is a great size reel for the north east

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5 hours ago, The BuzzardsBayBruin said:

I’m 34

 

and yes in 150’ I’ll fill the box faster than any of you guys :point:

 

5 hours ago, The BuzzardsBayBruin said:

My buddy was making fun of me for having an electric reel when we only planned on fishing 150’. I had 9 in the box before he landed his 1st keeper. He has since bought one.

 

certainly not necessary for able bodied people but it’s fun

 

the 500 is a great size reel for the north east

Dooshfest.  Even your “buddy” thinks you’re a doosh.

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Pro-Tip:

 

I can fill a cooler even faster. I just take the $600 to the fish market.

 

Bonus: Don't have to sit on a boat while people laugh at you all day.

 

What's the point of fishing if you're just going to hit a button and unhook a fish 10 times? 

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5 hours ago, Mike said:

Pro-Tip:

 

I can fill a cooler even faster. I just take the $600 to the fish market.

 

Bonus: Don't have to sit on a boat while people laugh at you all day.

 

What's the point of fishing if you're just going to hit a button and unhook a fish 10 times? 

Pro tip, if you’ve ever gone to a fish market to buy fish then  you suck at fishing. 
 

also the limit on haddock is 15 lol. No button, it’s a lever. And if you have to ask, you’ll never understand haha

 

please explain how haddock fishing is sporting In any way using “conventional” gear

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11 hours ago, PeterO said:

 

Dooshfest.  Even your “buddy” thinks you’re a doosh.

Right, the same guy who doesn’t leave the dock without me thinks I’m a douche.

 

The captain I’ve been a paid 1st mate for on our canyon/tournament  runs thinks I’m a douche too. Lol
 

I’m guessing you havnt seen your prick since the bush administration, this tanacom is perfect for old fat guys who can’t spell. You should get one!!

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