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Going over fishing gear

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Gathering' started by plumberoy, Jan 1, 2017.

  1. plumberoy

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    I have been going through my fishing gear. Getting ready for next fishing season . Here is my stuff list
    Tenkara
    TenkaraUSA
    13'6" amigo
    12' Iwana
    Fountain head
    11' stonefly
    Wetfly
    8' komodo creek
    Cuban yoyos
    1-9 in 50 lb test
    3-6 in 30 lb test
    2- 4 3/4. 14 lb test
    I have ordered a 3.5 in aluminum yoyo . It should be here Tuesday
    I also have a 10 ft 14 ft bream poles plus a 7ft and 8ft cheap telescopic poles
    I am going through and restocking my terminal tackle . I use several small tackle boxes set up for what I am fishing for
    I have 15_20 conventional rods and reels but haven't used them I a couple of years
    Roy
     
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    I'd be embarrassed to list my fishing gear. I love tenkara, but never see me giving up the conventional stuff.

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  3. plumberoy

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    That isn't all my gear by a long shot. I never set out to give up conventional fishing gear . Every winter I go through my gear, I clean up reels reline as needed and restock terminal tackle. Then I it up. This is the gear that was out , from this past year. Last year( 2015) 2 of my catfish rods were used once. Tenkara rods and cuban yoyos are easier to carry on a bike or kayak or to stash in the car just in case is the main reason they get more use
    Roy
     

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