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Old 01-10-2014, 09:47 AM
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Default Re: rods, reels and lines for smallies and such

Another thought, rather than changing your gear to get out to the fish is to look into a float tube, single man pontoon, or even a canoe and using the rods you already have to fish in towards the bank rather than away from it. The cost or a decent canoe or float tube is much cheaper in the long run. And you don't have to part with your rods.
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