Posts Tagged ‘bass’

Shimano’s Sustain

November 18, 2011 11:32 am
posted by Terry

Shimano Sustain

Shimano’s Sustain is a premium reel ranked between the Stella and the Stradic that has a more affordable price with the same advanced technology of their higher models making them so popular. The Sustain FE features the new Paladin Gear Durability Enhancement, Propulsion Line Management System, and Aero Wrap II Oscillation as well as the fact it is improved with a titanium coated spool lip for excellent castability. It features A-RB non-corrosive ball bearings, a Super Stopper II roller bearing, and an unhurried oscillation for better line lay.

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Shimano’s Baitrunner Spinning Reel

November 17, 2011 9:29 am
posted by Terry

Shimano Baitrunner

Shimano’s Baitrunner spinning reel also features the latest technology such as the Propulsion Line Management System and the S A-RB Bearings which are more corrosion resistant than standard stainless steel ball bearings. All three models have a secondary drag system that allows for controlled free spool with the bail closed and you can flip the lever or turn the handle for primary drag to take over. Featuring a Super Stopper II that is a one-way roller bearing that eradicates back-play for hook sets, a rubber handle grip that is soft and easy to hold for long periods of time, and the Dyna-Balance to avoid wobble during a catch, this reel has the ability to attain beautiful casts and catches of large freshwater and saltwater fish.

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Shimano Stradic FI Spinning Reel

November 16, 2011 10:25 am
posted by Terry

Shimano Stradic FI

Shimano Stradic FI Spinning Reel won the Best in Category Freshwater Reels in 2007 with a combination of new technologies with their proven components increasing the durability. Featuring a Waterproof Drag System, Shielded A-RB Bearings, and a size up to 8000, the Stradic FI is equipped to catch any fish. Seven models of the Stradic include the Stopperless design in two models lowering the back play. Gear ratios vary on each model and the ball bearings on all of the models are 5s with varying weights, all with a reliable performance in any casting tests. With a repairable drag clicker and maintenance port that goes with it, the Stradic FI will allow you to get your money’s worth by lasting longer.

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Shimano’s Stella SW Spinning Reel

November 15, 2011 7:15 am
posted by Terry

Shimano Stella SW

Shimano’s Stella SW spinning reel is the equivalent luxury reel for saltwater fishing. Six models of this reel vary in line capacity, the weight, gear ration, drag, and ball bearings used. This Stella SW will allow you to cast the farthest up to 500 yards and catch the largest fish. This reel includes the Propulsion, Paladin, and Aero Wrap features that Shimano is known for.

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Okuma Ci-273V Citrix

October 18, 2011 10:39 am
posted by Terry

Okuma Ci-273V Citrix

Let’s talk about is the Okuma Ci-273V Citrix. This is cheaper than the SR-200W Serrano, but don’t let that fool you. This reel doesn’t sacrifice any quality with the cheaper price tag that it has on it. This reel has an anodized V-shaped spool, and multi-disc drag to ensure the user that it will be nothing but smooth for handling. This reel really has a bold and aggressive look to it that will be sure to catch the eye of many avid fishermen

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Okuma SR-200 W Serrano

October 17, 2011 9:38 pm
posted by Terry

Okuma SR-200W Serrano

Let’s talk about the Okuma SR-200W Serrano baitcasting reel. With this reel you’ll get a Micro-Click Drag Star that will help you keep a very accurate drag with different settings. On top of that with this particular reel it also comes with a right plate made out of aluminum that will keep your gears in perfect alignment so that way they won’t move around making catching that big fish easier than ever to catch. many fishermen don’t like having to deal with a big lunky and heavy spool, so with the SR-200W Serrano you’re in luck! This spool is a magnum light spool which means not only will it be very reliable but very light and easy to maneuver in those fights with big fish.

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Pflueger Patriarch Spinning Reel

October 8, 2011 8:21 am
posted by Terry

Pflueger Patriarch Spinning Reel

These amazing spinning reels deliver top of the line light weight handling and durability with stainless steel parts and a high end titanium carbon fiber and magnesium components. With a ten times more corrosion resistance, the near frictionless XCR ball bearing provides a force to be reckoned with. Ultra light weight magnesium body, side plate and rotor provide strength and toughness.

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Pflueger Trion GX-7 Spinning Reel

October 7, 2011 8:15 am
posted by Terry

Pflueger Trion GX-7 Spinning Reel

With a lightweight graphite frame and rotor, this reel is designed with high tech features, offering anglers six stainless steel ball bearings for ultra smooth casting. Instant anti-reverse clutch with little play in the crank handle for a clean cast. Aluminum spool with a titanium lip offers long distance with its anti-twist titanium line roller on the bail. Only Pflueger can deliver state of the art innovative technology in spinning reels with superior strength and durability for a long lasting reel.

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Northeastern Oklahoma Fishing Report for Week of Sept 28

September 29, 2011 8:54 pm
posted by Terry

Looking at the fishing report below the fishing is slow in several places.  Trout fishing is good on the surface below the Lower Illinois.

Copan: September 26. Elevation normal, water clear. Channel and flathead catfish slow on cut shad and worms below the dam. Crappie slow on minnows and jigs around structure and Copan Point. Report submitted by Joe Alexander, game warden stationed in Washington County.

Hulah: September 26. Elevation normal, water clear. Channel catfish slow on cut shad and worms below the dam. Crappie slow on minnows and jigs around structure in Skull Creek. Report submitted by Joe Alexander, game warden stationed in Washington County.

Hudson: September 27. Elevation normal. Largemouth bass good on spinnerbaits, buzz baits and crawdad colored jigs. White bass fair to good on small lures in the upper end of the lake. Blue catfish fair to good on cut shad. Crappie good on small jigs and minnows. Report submitted by Steve Loveland, game warden stationed in Rogers and Mayes counties.

Lower Illinois: September 26. Elevation normal, water 46 and murky. Largemouth bass slow on topwater lures in coves. White bass slow on jigs and spinnerbaits at 2 ft. all along the river. Striped bass slow on live shad at 1-2 ft. at the mouth of the river. Channel catfish good on cut bait on bottom all along the river. Crappie slow on jigs and spinnerbaits at 1-2 ft. all along the river. Trout good fly-fishing the surface, on rooster tails at 1-2 ft. and on Power Bait on bottom at the dam. Report submitted by D. Tracy, Town of Gore.

Tenkiller: September 26. Elevation 5 ft. below normal, water 75 and clear. Largemouth bass fair on crankbaits, topwater lures and soft plastic baits. White bass fair on spinnerbaits, spoons and jigs when schooling. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs at 5-15 ft. in docks. Catfish fair on juglines baited with shad. Sunfish good on worm-tipped jigs in docks. Report by Monte Brooks, Cookson Village Resort.

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Tip – Largemouth Fishing Locations

May 27, 2011 10:12 am
posted by Terry

Largemouth Bass

  1. In natural lakes these bass hide in the weed lines, humps, and rocky points that gradually slope into deeper water.
  2. In man-made lakes these bass tend to be found in the intersections in the river channels or around humps surrounded by standing timber.
  3. In rivers the bass can be found in deep backwaters and the side channels into the backwaters.
  4. In all of these locations the best reel that an angler could use it the baitcasting reel.  Remember this type of reel allows the angler to make a more precise cast.
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