Input on trolling poles

Discussion in 'Detroit River and Lake Erie' started by J Sibert, Nov 20, 2020.

  1. jbing

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    8'3 shimano compre rods with takota 300 or 400 lc
     
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  2. FishManDan

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    Just a reminder J said under a 100 bones a set. Takotas are close to 200 bones alone.

    But yes I would love to have those myself.
     
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    Didn't see that part. yes, that set up is 300 ea.
     
  4. J Sibert

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    These are what I went with until I installed berts tracks, they worked great. I mounted Rams and scottys on them. They come in 45 or 90.

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    Look at the okuma deadeye telescoping rods.....
     
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    I run 6 of these, 7'10" length with daiwa sealine 27lca's spooled with 12# big game since its same diameter as 10# test which trolling bible is based on.
     
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