32/0 Reel WOW!!

Discussion in 'Hawaiian Fishing Reports Forum' started by 1st.UluaHunta, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. 1st.UluaHunta

    1st.UluaHunta Newbie

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  2. Blesum

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    Pfft. That little thing? It'd fit in my wife's purse no problem. :rofl:

    -Paul
     
  3. BuonaForTuna

    BuonaForTuna Newbie

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    LOL Id just love to see someone drop that shit all the way to the last wrap and then crank it up till its completely respooled. I wonder how long that would take.
     
  4. grander007

    grander007 Well-Known "Member"

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  5. ALOHABIRD

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    Grander that 18/0 Everol Reel isn't that great! The bearings go out fast on that reel and the Everol Reel corrode fast in Hawaii !
     
  6. SloTroller

    SloTroller Newbie

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    You can get a brand new Shimano Tiagra 80 with rod and back it with a thousand yards of 130# Blackwater hollow braid spectra for a lot less than that.

    Better drag, more than a thousand yards of line (with a couple hundred yards of monofilament top shot) and two speeds, too.
     
  7. Startmeup

    Startmeup Official Sponsor of Bloodydecks Advertiser

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    Last time I saw one like that was fishing Giant Bluefin back east 40 years ago. That must have been useful here when the boats did not back as fast. Nice to see that stuff still exists. Deliman
     
  8. moose22dog

    moose22dog Newbie

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    damn, pretty cool. like the fighting chair too.
     
  9. Blue Seas Fab

    Blue Seas Fab Moderator Advertiser

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    and still has those tiny penn drags
     

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