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James Taylor

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Jan 7, 2019
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Cypress, Ca
Name
James Taylor
Boat
Sportboats
This year i have been limiting the amount of setups to 5.
30, 40, 60, 80 and 100.
30 And 40 flyline, 60 and 80 sinker rig and 100 for jigs.
I use 60lb the least, thinking about replacing it with a 25 lb setup.
25 30 40 80 100.
Do i need the 60lb should i keep taking it
 

kevina

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  • Sep 10, 2006
    2,957
    2,497
    94
    redondo beach
    Name
    kev
    Boat
    25' aqua sport
    This year i have been limiting the amount of setups to 5.
    30, 40, 60, 80 and 100.
    30 And 40 flyline, 60 and 80 sinker rig and 100 for jigs.
    I use 60lb the least, thinking about replacing it with a 25 lb setup.
    25 30 40 80 100.
    Do i need the 60lb should i keep taking it
    It all depends on what your fishing for and the size of the fish? If your fishing 1/2 day Overkill. If your fishing 1-4 day trips you should be ok. If your fishing 5-16 day trips, Your probably a little short on rods/reels, But you could get away with it.
     
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    2Rotten

    Live in Oregon/Love to Fish San Diego!
    Jan 10, 2010
    557
    1,299
    Junction City OR
    Name
    Rod Lathrop
    Boat
    24' North River Seahawk Hardtop "Sun Dog"
    60# rig for daytime jigs, and sinker rig IF the monsters aren't lurking...
     
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    surfgoose

    active geezer
  • Jul 29, 2010
    3,278
    5,465
    Long Beach, CA, USA
    Name
    Gary
    Boat
    whichever has the longest bunk
    I try not to take eight or ten outfits like the old days. A couple of spare reels in the backpack if needed, I don't need complete outfits. I take 25#, 40# and 80# conventional, and 30# and 40# spinning.
     
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