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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-16-2012, 09:53 AM Thread Starter
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float fishing setup - St. Croix/Shimano/jigs/floats

kinda off topic...but some guys are switch hitters or have gear flinging friends

Steelhead float fishing setup
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St. Croix Avid AS96mlf2 9'6" med light spinning rod
Shimano Sonora 2500 A reel
three boxes of steelhead jigs (qty 34, various colors), floats (4 thill, 7 drennan), dozen pink worms, and misc (rubber bands, tubing, etc.)
sell all together for $200 shipped to the 48 states
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will trade for decent bigger large arbor reel/reels..something 8wt and above
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How much for the pink worms only?
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How much for the pink worms only?
I will only trade those for magic beans

seriously though...its all or nothing...
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Is this like a sub culture thing?

Like carry two rods with you wading or in the boat?

Swing for a couple minutes + nothing, then float some sacks?

??

thanks for the free bump I guess....
btw..this rod actually belonged to my late father. Its collected dust since he passed. You should really think before posting. Just sayin.

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