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Offline Jig Man

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What ever the tic was
« on: September 08, 2010, 10:55:16 AM »
I put both of my 200E7s on identical rods and after 3 trips the one that had the tic doesn't make it any more.  Changing baits, etc I have lost track of which reel it is.

I like them so well that I sold 3 setups to a guy from NE this week and went out and bought 2 more E7s.  I used them on Tuesday (really nice). 

My old CU200s, which I supertuned and had Ian put bocas in, were secreaming machines when run dry.  I was getting 50 yds out of them on a 6.5' rod and 1/2 oz plastic casting plug (from my drive across my yd an empty lot and my neighbors lot to his drive.   The new E7s cast a 3/8 oz casting plug to that drive and over it.  They are really nice.  I'll bet they do better when things slow down and I send them to Ian for a good cleaning.
Jig Man from MO

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Re: What ever the tic was
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2010, 02:37:44 PM »
Nice. I'm glad the reels are performing to your expectations.

 

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