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  1. View Advert Shimano curado 71HG, casitas, caenan, caius /Diawa Lexa /Okuma Clearing out unused rods and reels. Trade or best offer. Baitcasting reels: LH Shimano Curado CU71HG 7.2:1 ratio *new in box* $230 LH Shimano Curado 201G6 6.5:1 $140 LH Shimano Casitas CAS151HG 7.2:1 ratio $100 LH Shimano Caenan 151A 6.3:1 ratio $80 RH Shimano Caius 150A 7.1:1 ratio $60 Baitcasting rods: Okuma Helios M/F 7'0 HS-CM-701M *new with tags* $130 Shimano Convergence MH/F 7'0 CVC70MHC $60 Spinning reels: Daiwa Lexa 2500SH *new in box* $130 Okuma Epixor XT-20 *new in box* $70 Spinning rods: Shimano Clarus MH 5'6" CSS-X56MH2B 2PC $60 Okuma Celilo UL 5'6" CE-S-562UL-1 2PC $30 Advertiser riddickulous Date 04/06/2019 Price 60.00 CAD Category Fishing Classifieds  
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    Clearing out unused rods and reels. Trade or best offer. Baitcasting reels: LH Shimano Curado CU71HG 7.2:1 ratio *new in box* $230 LH Shimano Curado 201G6 6.5:1 $140 LH Shimano Casitas CAS151HG 7.2:1 ratio $100 LH Shimano Caenan 151A 6.3:1 ratio $80 RH Shimano Caius 150A 7.1:1 ratio $60 Baitcasting rods: Okuma Helios M/F 7'0 HS-CM-701M *new with tags* $130 Shimano Convergence MH/F 7'0 CVC70MHC $60 Spinning reels: Daiwa Lexa 2500SH *new in box* $130 Okuma Epixor XT-20 *new in box* $70 Spinning rods: Shimano Clarus MH 5'6" CSS-X56MH2B 2PC $60 Okuma Celilo UL 5'6" CE-S-562UL-1 2PC $30

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  3. I have a 2 piece fenwick eagle 6'6 medium fast, never been used. I might have a reel too. PM me if you are interested.
  4. I have a napier suv 82000 tent. I enjoy it for car-camping for versatility. It is meant for use with SUV, it's not one that uses a pick-up truck bed. It can function as a stand-alone tent. Then it has a sleeve that can wrap around an open SUV hatch. It can be tightened to keep the bugs out, even has a screen door if there are bugs. Pros: - you can sleep in the car, or sleep in the tent; the tent feels so much roomier with the suv attached; the tent can function as a stand-alone tent by zipping up the sleeve and driving away; its much easier to grab stuff from the car when you don't need to go outside; if a bear comes you can jump in the car; its a nice tent even without the connection - i've slept 4 comfortably, and i can stand up easily inside. Cons: - you cannot leave the car running; you have to let the exhaust cool before putting the sleeve on; there is chance bugs can wiggle through the sleeve or come in from the suv; it can be difficult to park the car in the exact location if you want to reconnect the car after leaving; takes a little longer to set up; quite a large and heavy tent
  5. I've used bloodrun and raven. i like both but prefer bloodrun for ease of use and raven for value. Maybe you need to re-spool your line tighter? could it be digging because the line is not wound tight enough?
  6. Trying to thin the ranks. I have a couple of baitcasting rods for sale. Fenwick Elite Tech Bass 6'6 1PC ETB66M-FC - SOLD Okuma Helios 7'0 1PC HS-CM-701M - $140 The Helios rod weighs only 3.5 oz. It's not seen much in Canada but its a high-end offering similar to Abu Garcia's Villain with 40-ton carbon graphite but with a much better warranty. Great review from Tackle Tour http://www.tackletour.com/reviewokumaheliosrod.html
  7. My go to when the bite is tough is a senko. For weeds you either want to wacky rig with a weedless hook or texas-rig with or without weight depending on depth and wind.
  8. Some online resources: https://www.grandriver.ca/en/outdoor-recreation/Fishing.aspx http://www.conservationhalton.ca/where-to-fish http://conservationhamilton.ca/fishing/
  9. Nice pic... although... Red sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky in morning, sailor's warning
  10. For the weekend warrior, where fishing time is like gold, electronics can mean a world of difference - especially if exploring new waters. Having waypoints on my Navionics app is the single best invention i've discovered - makes ice fishing a lot easier on the arms.
  11. Ridiculous. That's like having toilet paper with the directions written on it.
  12. Can be found also on Amazon (price not so good but convenient). Locally - Gagnons is a good place to go.
  13. I haven't tried it, but your structure sounds perfect for a neko rig - wacky rigged senko with screwed-in weight.
  14. I also use a fluoroleader. Plus i use mono backing. I learned the hard way that tying braid on straight is a bad idea - fishing in the rain, i was wondering why my drag kept slipping, turns out my whole line was turning on the spool. You can also tie a piece of electrical tape, but by using cheaper mono, i can make my spool of braid last longer. Just remember to hide the knot (i like putting it on the back edge of the spool.
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