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    Dang it.. I wanted a spare Rockin' Power, but y'all bought 'em all. Oh well, gotta move fast on these things. Considering an SRAM, but I'm not sure I'll like it as much. Looking at the 6'6" Tubular tip, or the 6'11" solid. Here is a review of the 6'6" - in German.
    "Alive without breath, as cold as death; never thirsty, ever drinking, all in mail never clinking."

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    Wow, good deals, everywhere.

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    Pulled the trigger on the Tict SRAM 66T! It looked stiff enough to dock-shoot in the video. The guy said "schnell" a lot, which means "fast" in German. It is a heavy jig model (4g max) and per the site is good for deep jigging and is sensitive. It is rated for both mono and PE line on the Tict site. I'm gonna put a Daiwa Ballistic on there. Woot.
    "Alive without breath, as cold as death; never thirsty, ever drinking, all in mail never clinking."

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    Quote Originally Posted by jawjatek View Post
    Pulled the trigger on the Tict SRAM 66T! It looked stiff enough to dock-shoot in the video. The guy said "schnell" a lot, which means "fast" in German. It is a heavy jig model (4g max) and per the site is good for deep jigging and is sensitive. It is rated for both mono and PE line on the Tict site. I'm gonna put a Daiwa Ballistic on there. Woot.
    You can do CC and then auto translate in the settings and choose English. You tube does well translating German, Japanese is sometimes hilarious and very spotty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StantheMan2567 View Post
    You can do CC and then auto translate in the settings and choose English. You tube does well translating German, Japanese is sometimes hilarious and very spotty.
    You’re right. Google translations of German are also very good. I can only imagine Chinese!
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    I've been trying to figure out how to get the auto translate to work, I don't see the option. Is it only certain videos? Using a phone. Maybe I'll try the PC later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veedo View Post
    I've been trying to figure out how to get the auto translate to work, I don't see the option. Is it only certain videos? Using a phone. Maybe I'll try the PC later.
    I donít think the option is available on phones. I tried to figure it out on my phone too and couldnít find a translate option. Must be computer only.


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    Good information, I've been watching lots of japanese fishing videos with no translation For those interested.

    I mainly use my firestick on youtube or phone. I will have to fire up the laptop and check it out.

    -Jaime

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    In my experience you have to watch a lot of Japanese videos to figure out what the English translation means. Iíve gotten fairly well at it but it is still tough. Same with Russian videos. German....French....not so bad. Translating Italian videos is a problem also. But you can learn a lot by watching these. Iíve made a couple of relationships out of Japan and Russia that have a lot of good info.

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    Well the translation of the German video wasn't much help, still pretty hard to understand. The rod will likely be here next week. Then I can do a review - in English. Appalachian-American English, anyway.
    "Alive without breath, as cold as death; never thirsty, ever drinking, all in mail never clinking."
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