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Old 13 March 2006, 16:32   #11
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get yourself something like a 6ft 12lb class boat rod easer to handle off a rib i have a ugly stick with a penn mag 323 superb reel fast retreve which is also a fab reel to use off the shore (i also take that reel when i go to gambia catching fish up to 2-300lb) in my oppinion best reel u can bye for around 90-130 rod about 60 but with the ron thompson stuff about u could get just as good set up fpr about 60-80 also if your not experanced with multis go for a level wind easer just tackle up and away to go
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Old 13 March 2006, 18:46   #12
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Got myself a Shimano travel rod, fits into a 4"dia X 18" tube case and is classed to 12lb. Lovely peice of kit and very high quality. About 60 for the rod and I keep it onboard all year long.

As for a reel, multiplier are great but don't get a self level one. Fixed spool is OK too but more for uptide casting stuff.
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Got myself a Shimano travel rod, fits into a 4"dia X 18" tube case and is classed to 12lb. Lovely peice of kit and very high quality. About 60 for the rod and I keep it onboard all year long.

As for a reel, multiplier are great but don't get a self level one. Fixed spool is OK too but more for uptide casting stuff.
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