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    smokin deal right here.

    http://forums.floridasportsman.com/s...ch-200e7-reels

    put it on a Clarus CSC68MHB

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    Quote Originally Posted by congoman775 View Post
    I could outfish you with that.
    Prescribing that combo, I doubt it.

    Quote Originally Posted by johnD View Post
    smokin deal right here.

    http://forums.floridasportsman.com/s...ch-200e7-reels

    put it on a Clarus CSC8MHB
    Too bad you didnt lift any 101s or 51s while you were at it.
    Last edited by Pescatoral Pursuit; 01-22-2013 at 04:29 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pescatoral Pursuit View Post

    A little more focus on the application, please.

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    in his defense i would use the combo he stated for bass fishing all day long if i was solely using live shiners haha but you are right
    What's wrong with that combo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pescatoral Pursuit View Post
    Prescribing that combo, I doubt it.



    Too bad you didnt lift any 101s or 51s while you were at it.
    not my ad homie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by congoman775 View Post
    What's wrong with that combo?
    Bass fishing with soft plastics, unless you're drop shotting, is typically the domain of baitcasters. You cannot beat the power to weight ratio not only for hook setting, but pulling fish out of cover. I have a Falcon Coastal, and its a great rod for fishin the flats. But for bass in cover it would easily get bogged down, along with the reel.
    "Sometimes things are exactly as they seem."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pescatoral Pursuit View Post
    Bass fishing with soft plastics, unless you're drop shotting, is typically the domain of baitcasters. You cannot beat the power to weight ratio not only for hook setting, but pulling fish out of cover. I have a Falcon Coastal, and its a great rod for fishin the flats. But for bass in cover it would easily get bogged down, along with the reel.
    My friend, you need to fish a TFO loomis signature.

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