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I'm not a troller either, but I have enjoyed reading this thread and appreciate all the knowledge that has been shared.

"Back in the Day" we would fish Erie trolling with the big plastic boards off of a mast (yes, I still have them!) and fish the Storm lures...Hot n Tots, Wiggle Warts, Thundersticks. Does anyone fish with those lures anymore?
 
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I've been through Accudepth reels, and they are the real deal. The insides have nice beefy gears and an overall simple construction. They're built to last.

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Sealines are nice reels you can't go wrong there. I think the 17s are a little small all mine are 27s perfect size
 

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I'm not a troller either, but I have enjoyed reading this thread and appreciate all the knowledge that has been shared.

"Back in the Day" we would fish Erie trolling with the big plastic boards off of a mast (yes, I still have them!) and fish the Storm lures...Hot n Tots, Wiggle Warts, Thundersticks. Does anyone fish with those lures anymore?
I still have the original mast and big plastic boards that came with my boat back in 1990 but as I’m not a troller either they are like brand new hanging in the barn
 

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Well catfish, if you weren't confused before you started this thread I'm sure you are now. Good luck! And as long as your fishing, it's all good!
 
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