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Old 11-23-2011, 04:11 PM
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i am deciding between the wulff triangle taper intermediate and the SA textured coastal express any comments?
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i am deciding between the wulff triangle taper intermediate and the SA textured coastal express any comments?
You fishing saltwater or fresh? When you mentioned SA Coastal Express it sounds like salt.
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yes southflorida salt snook redfish tarpon bonefish
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yes southflorida salt snook redfish tarpon bonefish
Riptide would be the expert on that. I'm just freshwater.
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