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About fish whistle

  • Birthday 10/27/1966

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    brunswick maine/ Point Breeze
  • Interests
    fishing,fishing and oh ya fishing!
    obviously I have other interests but
    fishing is my thing
  • Home Port
    Sebago Lake/ Oak Orchard
  • Boat Name
    Fish Whistle/Bite-Me

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  1. I would go with an okuma sst kokanee rod,they come in 7 or 71/2 foot .. We use 6-10 lb test line on them and love it..Most of our salmon and trout in maine are 1 1/2-5 lbs and these rods make it fun..use small line counter reels with mono or we even use 12lb leadcore on the 7 1/2 footers with no prob ( 5 colors)..All the other rods mentioned are good choices but I think you will like the light action of these..they have a trigger and the graphite rod blank is exposed on your finger and you feel everything..under 50$
  2. I am referring to the white boards not the wooden boards
  3. That's not typical with amish boards... I run them anywhere from 50-100' out from the boat off of the hardtop and they pull like a mule, they almost run to tight where there is not much of an angle to the tow line and lighter lures take a long time to slide down into position..
  4. Very interested in trees. Can you ship to Maine 04011? I do have friends near Rochester. Thx Dan Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. You can get parts from Tuna Tom.....Dragmasters
  6. I knew I was missing something !! That sounds like a good deal to me,
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