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Old 11-15-2009, 02:02 AM
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Default Re: Centerpin Rigs

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Originally Posted by Pocono View Post
I guess in the end it really doesn't make a difference; we're all on the water to have fun and catch fish. But the centerpin rig just doesn't do it for me. It seems too automated; it seems almost like; "turn off the skill set" and "turn on the remote control".
Some argue the same thing about indo-bobber-cate fishing.

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Originally Posted by Pocono View Post
I'm sure that there are other opinions on this topic; and I did note that Ross makes a centerpin reel that the call the Flow.
Sage makes conventional rods (Sage Gear) including a $555 float rod. Islander makes a centerpin reel.

Some of my friends use centerpin rigs with strictly flies. They catch a lot of fish. It looks very effective.

For now, I'll stick with my fly rods.

MP
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