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    Cant beat Sterling tackle bars and daisy chains. Won't be long now.

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    Weather permitting we may drag some saturday

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    That was my plan, to use the 36's when I go a bit further off but since I have started using his products I have noticed a marked improvement

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky John View Post
    That was my plan, to use the 36's when I go a bit further off but since I have started using his products I have noticed a marked improvement

    Nothing cooler than seeing'em submarining along the surface from the side and crashing the spreader. Thats on my GOPRO wish list!

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    What would ya recommend for me? Have a 22' cc and a few times a year we try and get to 28 mile wreck, Barnegat Ridge basically 35 miles from LEI. Want pick up some dolphin and maybe some bluefin out there. Two 18" bars and a chain down the middle? Colors? Heard this gear is great would like to pick up a few things to up my chances, so what ya think I should get for those spots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtsurf01 View Post
    What would ya recommend for me? Have a 22' cc and a few times a year we try and get to 28 mile wreck, Barnegat Ridge basically 35 miles from LEI. Want pick up some dolphin and maybe some bluefin out there. Two 18" bars and a chain down the middle? Colors? Heard this gear is great would like to pick up a few things to up my chances, so what ya think I should get for those spots?

    18s in each color, green, purple, raibow and zucchini. Also get an extra stinger (matching color for each). Have had bigger tuna hit the 18s but the smaller size is awesome for mahi.

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    Steve and the guys at Sterling get a from me!!! have had success on everything from them that I have fished!!!
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    Thanks again guys. We'll be back at it very soon.



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    I have used Sterling Tackle for the past 4 years. These bars raise fish and continue to take a beating, year after year
    Quality tackle at an afforable price

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicken of the sea View Post

    Epic awesomness!

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    Yeah that was pretty cool.

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    We've experienced a lot of success with yellowfin and bluefin the last three seasons with the splash bars and chains, and looking forward to more this year.
    32' Topaz Wahoo Wah

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    COS

    That was awesome....how big were they?

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    We didn't weigh em but high 125-175 most likely. Got em a second trip and went two for two on Sterling Bars and they were 209 and 211 gutted. Here is the video for that but it is longer.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zA3VIHeEVk

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