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    I was in Dicks Sporting Goods today and saw this. I realize the rod is most likely fiberglass and the reel has a little hitch before it stops going backwards. But I'm fixing to spool this sucker up with some hivis #2 and get that thing bent on some gills tomorrow. For 22$ it will make a great backup to the backup. And its a little more backbone than my other UL's so i think it'll shoot a jig nicely under docks. More news to come.Name:  Screenshot_20220528-194054_Chrome.jpg
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    Can't go wrong with that setup for $22. Even has a cork handle
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    Nice find, thanks for sharing
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    Good find. It’s not the Leland TCB but if it fishes like the TCB it’s tough to go wrong at $22!
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    I wouldn't say it was in the ball park with the TCB but it hung in there for sure. I used it fish a slip cork in anything less than 5 fow anything deeper than and it was tough to cast with the bobber stop smacking the eye. I relied on 2# braid finesse style anything deeper. Over all we hand picked maybe 20 out of 70 or 80 fish total. Pictures coming when we get off this choppy Wilson Lake.

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    We are the blue dot. The color squares are bedding areas I've found over the years. Name:  Screenshot_20220529-190205_Fishing%20Points.jpg
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    We kept a few less than I thought. But they were big boys.Name:  20220529_192512.jpg
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    Some good un’s on that lake for sure !
    wished I had more time to fish it more often!
    Congrats on a good trip!
    Thanks for sharing!
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    some of the less than expensive combos out there work really well , I have a few I keep for visitors and guests that don't cost much
    congrats on them fat gills too and KABOOM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slabprowler View Post
    Some good un’s on that lake for sure !
    wished I had more time to fish it more often!
    Congrats on a good trip!
    Thanks for sharing!
    I struggle to find the crappie variety here. Lots of gravel and muscle beds here.

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