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    I found a nice lightwieght Berkley rod (6-12lb) but can not find a nice reel to match it.

    I am looking for a spinning reel with dual spools. One with 6lb for herring and one with 10-12 for catties and small stripers in the river

    Any recommendations on a quality reel that will not break the bank?

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    Check out the Okuma Epixor series. They make a nice reel. I have the 50 for my surf fishing outfit, and like it allot. They have 10 ball bearings and I know mine came with an extra spool.

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    Shimano Sahara 4000

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    Tica Libra nice reel for the price.HRL
    Goose,Duck,Deer,Coon,Muskrats The "Other" Red Meat
    Striper and Drum the "Other" White Meat.
    I Support Catch and Eat.

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    shimano stradic is a nice one too jason [img]smile.gif[/img]
    Sometimes.. When The Water Is Verry,Verry, Quiet...You Can Actually Hear The Fish Laughing At You!!!

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    Diawa Capricorn





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    hey jason, shimano sahara or okuma avenger are awesome reels, i have 1 of each. good luck
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    Originally posted by hipkvw:
    Shimano Sahara 4000
    HELL IS GOING TO FREEZE OVER - I ACTUALLY THOUGHT SHIMANO SAHARA!!!

    STRADIC TOO EXPENSIVE FOR A BERKLEY ROD.


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    Stradic and Sahara,like both of 'em.

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    Originally posted by hipkvw:
    Shimano Sahara 4000
    Keith,
    I think I am gonna go with that one and mabe buy a 2500 for a smaller herring and perch pole.

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    I HAVE A SHIMANO STRADIC 2500 THAT I USE FOR BACK WATER WEAKIES AND IN THE SWEETWATER.I BOUGHT MINE ON E-BAY BRAND NEW FOR 100.00.THEY HAD ALOT OF GOOD REELS ON THERE.

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    Jason, I may still have my Sahara 4000. Ill give it to ya. I have to go in the dungeon and check.

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    Originally posted by hipkvw:
    Jason, I may still have my Sahara 4000. Ill give it to ya. I have to go in the dungeon and check.
    Keith,
    let me know
    I am gonna order one from East Coast Tackle as soon as I here from bob, but I was gonna outfit two poles.

    [ 03-10-2005, 12:34 PM: Message edited by: MargaritaVille ]

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    Hey Jason I have some Reels that would work for ya,Shoot me a E-mail,HRL
    Goose,Duck,Deer,Coon,Muskrats The "Other" Red Meat
    Striper and Drum the "Other" White Meat.
    I Support Catch and Eat.

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    i have a shimano sedona 4000 that is in great condition that you can have.

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