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Old 09-21-2021, 09:59 AM
Common Man Common Man is offline
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Nope not missing anything... The clicker on these suck. I had the clicker turned on and with the bail open and it happened. I contour troll the Mississippi river and lake Pepin so I get my share of snags. I usually close the bail and set the drag light. This can help but it will still break the clicker. I have one that needs to be fixed so I'll take a pic of the process.
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Old 09-21-2021, 11:37 AM
Ozark Bob Ozark Bob is online now
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Premium reels cost more, last longer and work better. I have Shimano Tekota's for the majority of my trolling, Lead core(limited use) the Coldwaters seem to be holding up. Sometimes things are worth a bit more for a reason. I had and repaired many Daiwa 17,27 and 47 reels for many years. Put drag washer kits on and they performed well. Money can come into the decision. I know, I was young and cash strapped as well. Bob
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