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Old 02-29-2012, 03:45 AM
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Default Re: Reels to balance a rod?

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Originally Posted by sinner View Post
I think the burning question here is, front or back pocket?
Good one
Naturally you would have to put it in The Front Pocket otherwise it would obvisouly look as if something else has occurred.

Even though I have seen the Statement mentioned to me it's like a pocket with a hole,it won't hold The Reel,as I like a balanced setup.
Then again I go against The Rule of Thumb as I run 2 9/10 Reels on both a 9ft6" & a 10ft Rod & even though a mate says they are too big they balance great,I don't find them heavy as the Reels are pretty well Skeletonized making them lighter,also the advantage is I can quickly load the loose line onto The Spool Quicker as I'm not forever winding to get The Hooked Fish onto The Reel.
Brian.
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