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Old 05-28-2013, 11:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Great Rod and Reel Combo's!

Hello fellow fishermen!

Looking to break into a more serious fishing scene? Wanna catch more fish more consistently? Don't have the money to buy brand new stuff? I may have the answer! Check out my rod and reel combo's I have for sale! Selling because I wanna buy more of the set ups I want. These are used but all in perfect working order! If you have any questions or interest please feel free to call me 559 960 0856(Fresno, Central CA). Take a look!

1. Shimano Clarus Trigger Rod Worm and Jig. 7 feet 2 inch. IM-8 Graphite. Power: Medium Heavy. Action: Extra Fast. Lure Weight: 1/4 to 1 ounce lures.
Paired with a Shimano Citica right hand retrieve reel. Gear ratio 7.1:1. This combo has been great for Texas rigging and throwing jigs.
$89.99 for the rod brand new.
$129.99 for the reel brand new.
My price: $150 OBO.

2. Bass Pro Shops Carbonlite Trigger Rod. 7 feet long. Power: Medium. Action: Fast. Lure Weight: 1/4 to 5/8 ounce lures.
Paired with a Bass Pro Shops Carbonlite reel right hand retrieve. Gear ratio: 6.4:1. I absolutely love this combo. The lightest combo I own and one of the lightest you'll
ever feel! I use this for shallow jerk baits and throwing weightless Zoom Flukes for serious top water action!
$99.99 for the rod brand new.
$129.99 for the reel brand new(discontinued, replaced by the Johnny Morris Carbonlite series)
My price: $150 OBO.

3. Element 21(E21) Carrot Stix Cranking Stick trigger rod. 7 feet 2 inches long. Lure Weight: 3/8 to 3/4 ounce.
Paired with a Bass Pro Shops Pro Qualifier reel right hand retrieve. Gear ratio 5.2:1. This is a great set up for crank baits. I have thrown heavier and deep diving cranks on
this set up just to see if would hold up and it did beautifully. Managed to throw a 20 foot diving Strike King sexy shad lure and pulled in a 8 pound large mouth bass!
$99.99 for the rod brand new.
$79.99 for the reel brand new.
My price: $120 OBO.

4. Browning Medallion GT Spinning rod. 6 feet 10 inches. Power: Medium Lite. Action: Fast. Lure Weight: 1/16 to 3/8 ounce.
Paired with a Browning GT spinning reel. Very nice combo for drop shotting and extreme finesse fishing.
$79.99 for the rod brand new.
$64.99 for the reel brand new.
My price: $100 OBO.

If you want all I am sure I can work something out. Be like a pro and use right hand retrieve bait casters! That's why they are usually made as right hand retrieve first before the left hand becomes available. The rods are oppositely positioned from spinning rods, so they are supposed to be right hand retrieve!

If I don't answer a call just leave a message or just text me I will respond. Have a great day and happy fishing!!!
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