- 24/05/2008 at 5:42 pm #6604yellowfinParticipant
I am going to buy reel and fishing pole to catch fish of all sizes, at least up to 60 pounds. I want a pole and reel that’s good for my purpose, and I also want to feel it when the smaller fishes bite. Should I go for Speedmaster Boat 7,6`/20-30lbs or Beastmaster AX Boat 6,6`/20-30lbs? What’s the different of those two?
And should I go for Ambassadeur 7000I Linecounter Meter or is it worth paying a bit more for Shimano TLD 20 or TLD 25? What’s the difference of those? I’ve heard some people say Ambassadeur 7000I Linecounter Meter isn’t that good for fishing big fish as Shimano, is this true? How big fishes can I expect to be able to catch with Ambassadeur 7000I Linecounter Meter, and will it be a lot harder to get them up? What about smaller fish?
Thanks for all answers.25/05/2008 at 1:49 am #10645yellowfinParticipant
where are o planng on fishing??? and what for?25/05/2008 at 5:35 am #10646MiliwolfParticipant
I would go for the TLD20, it is a tough reel which is proven. If you are fishing from a boat, I would go with the shorter rod which is the Beastmaster.17/06/2008 at 10:00 pm #10679St_PaulParticipant
have just got a daiwa sl20sh its a beast of a reel and very reasonably priced. Also got one of the new berkley dropshot offshore series for chasing kingies and grouper come summer
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