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Daiwa Steez 7.1 Ultra-Light Speed

September 5, 2011 9:59 am
posted by Terry

Daiwa Steez

Priced at around $500, the Steez 7.1 Ultra-Light Speed leads the way. This cutting edge device is equipped with the top reel technology available. Feather light, at only 5.6 ounces, it won’t weigh down your rod or your arm. It is the lightest reel in its class. Fatigue is lessened, and reel speed is increased.
Inside the Steez 7.1 Ultra-High Speed, Diawa integrated the quality of the TD-Z reel rotor with a newly mechanized spool at the core. The result is a more balanced and consistent line tension with an ultra fast gear ratio.

Additional features include:

• Magnesium body and side construction
• Improved handle for greater stability and strong coiling leverage
• Rugged aluminum drive gear
• Quick-starting spool with greater duration spins
• High-speed spool shifts
• Magnetized spool constraint
• Automatic spool adjustments
• Unlimited Anti-Reverse

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Pflueger Echelon RLP Low Profile Baitcasting Reel

September 2, 2011 10:55 am
posted by Terry

Pflueger Echelon

The Echelon is both light weight and smooth, featuring a reinforced graphite frame and side plates. Its perfect design ensures a smoother casting experience, and it features a 1 way clutch with anti reverse bearings for each per handle turn. With 5 double shielded stainless steeling bearings, you get greater pull for your money. It is designed to work hard and last a long time.

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Pflueger Summit Low Profile Baitcasting Reel

September 1, 2011 10:49 am
posted by Terry

Pflueger Summit Low Profile

The Summit Low Profile baitcasting reel is both reliable and accurate while casting. It has a titanium line guide and an Ultimate brake system. It offers both excellent performance and a low cost. When applying pressure, its magnetic brake gives broader, more acccurate control. It’s smooth casting offers an impressive fishing experience for anyone who loves to fish.

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Pflueger Trion 66L Baitcasting Reel

August 31, 2011 10:37 am
posted by Terry

Pfluger Trion 66L

The Trion 66L Baitcasting Reel offers a dependable, smooth performance. It has a 6 pin adjustable brake system that you can’t beat. The 1 piece aluminum frame weighs 11.9 oz. and it has a line cap of 17 lbs. It is great for catching even heavy fish when fishing in fresh water and medium fish in salt water. The Pflueger Trion 66L has a machined aluminum spool, a left hand retrieve, and aluminum side plates. Even the most experienced fisherman will be content using this baitcasting reel. It’s one of a kind design is both durable and of high quality.

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Pflueger Endeavor Baitcasting Reel

August 30, 2011 9:32 am
posted by Terry

Pflueger Endeavor

The Endeavor baitcasting reel is one of the best, low cost reels on the market today. It has 3 stainless steel, anti rust bearings, a 1 way clutch for instant anti reversing action, and an aluminum spool that has been machined and anodized. The durable anti backlash control ensures increased overall sensitivity and greater ease while casting. The Pflueger Endeavor Combo performs with precision and a smooth, quiet casting experience.

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Pflueger Patriach Baitcasting Reel

August 29, 2011 10:28 am
posted by Terry

Pflueger Patriach

The Patriach baitcasting reel offers smooth reeling and is known for its speed. It is known for not only its smooth reeling, but it is quiet too! Giving the most for your money, the Patriach is of superb quality. It is both durable and reliable. With 10 stainless steel bearings, there is no jamming. It has excellent line technology and a titanium line guide. Its Ultimate brake system has given customers many years of satisfying use.

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Daiwa Zillion Baitcasting Reel

August 22, 2011 9:17 pm
posted by Terry

Daiwa Zillion

The Daiwa Zillion is one of the best and fastest baitcasting reels around. The Zillion is a Magforce-Z and has a gear ratio of 7:1:1. The advantages of the Daiwa Zillion are the anti-backlash control, long precise cast. The casting is smooth and takes little effort. It has a long cranking handle and micro- click adjustable cast control knob. It has 11 corrosion resistant bearings. It has a flat spool and a drag setup design. It has a round design and chemical nickel plating that give the reel resistance to corrosion. The Daiwa Zillion also has stainless steel roller bearings that give instant anti reverse retrievals.

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Central Oklahoma Fishing Report for Week of Aug 14

August 19, 2011 7:44 pm
posted by Terry


Looking here we see the crappie is good late in the evening and at night.  Several fishing places are biting just a different at each place.  Be sure to bring your baitcasting reel and go fishing.

Arcadia: August 14. Elevation below normal. Channel catfish fair to good on slip corks with minnows and punchbait at 5-8 ft. and on stinkbait and punchbait in deeper channel water at night. Crappie good at night off docks and fair on minnows in the evenings. Report submitted by Chance Whiteley, game warden stationed in Oklahoma County.

Hefner: August 15.. Elevation below normal, water 85-93 and clear. Largemouth and smallmouth bass slow on crankbaits and jigs at 6-20 ft. along deep structure and rocky banks. White bass and striped bass hybrids fair on shad colored crankbaits, grubs and sassy shad at 2-10 ft. all around the lake when chasing shad. Channel and blue catfish fair on cut bait and prepared bait at 6-15 ft. along rocky shorelines and the dam. Flathead catfish slow on live bait at 15-30 ft. around the dam.. Crappie slow on minnows and jigs at 15-30 ft. around the dam. Walleye fair on crankbaits and grubs at 14-20 ft. around east points and the dam early. Sunfish and bluegill good on worms and small jigs along rocky banks. Report submitted by Lucky Lure Tackle.

Overholser: August 14. Elevation 9 ft. below normal, water murky. Channel catfish fair to good on cut shad, chicken liver, shrimp and hotdogs early and late and fair to good at gar hole. Report submitted by Joey Rushing, game warden stationed in Oklahoma and Canadian counties.

Wes Watkins: August 15. Elevation 5 ft. below normal, water 88 and clear. Largemouth bass fair on crankbaits at 12-15 ft. in late evening. White bass fair to good trolling the main lake. Crappie fair on minnows around deep structure early morning. Report submitted by Mike France, game warden stationed in Pottawatomie County.

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Tips For Choosing A Fishing Line — Part V

August 12, 2011 9:53 am
posted by Terry

Fishing Line

The fused fishing line is more or less the Cadillac of fishing lines. This particular line has supper strength that the fisher cannot break, and is difficult to cut. The fused line is made from gel-spun polyurethane and when put under heat and pressure; strands with superior strength are formed. When the fisher does not handle a fused line safely it can cut into their hands. This line has no memory, no stretch, and is resistant to abrasion. It will also require a specialize knot when joining lines together. The fused line is highly visible to the fish.

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Tips For Choosing A Fishing Line — Part IV

August 11, 2011 8:48 am
posted by Terry

Fishing Line

Fluorocarbon fishing lines are manufactured by using a carbon base and other materials and are used in fly fishing. This type of line is stiff and it will keep the shape of the spool. Many have complained that this type of line is brittle and breaks easily, especially in cold weather. The big advantage of using this line is that the line is invisible in the water. There are many different brands of these lines along with many different prices. It is hard to say what is best for the individual fisher. They just have to try one and test it out. The fluorocarbon fishing lines can be used with a baitcasting reel, how ever it is difficult to use.

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