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    tackle recommendations please #8443 03/08/13 02:01 PM
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    ron mexico Offline OP
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    hey guys,
    jersey bass fisherman who's only fished small ponds. going to visit a freind who moved to oldsmar and will be doing alot of fishing. completely out of my element there. have to buy alot of new lures, weights, rods, reels, etc. can u give me some recommendations on either what rods/reels to get (first time i'll be using a baitcaster) and what kind of tackle (ex, how heavy of bullet weights) too. i'll be on okeechobee and tarpon at the very least, if it helps. also, i don't have any one particular type of fishing (lures) that i favor, i try to be versitile. oh, and i'm not going to be getting 3 300 dollar rods, but i am willing to spend a little bit more than an average guy might. t y for any help.

    Re: tackle recommendations please [Re: ron mexico] #8564 04/22/13 05:20 PM
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    I've never fished that lake, but from what I have learned I rarely need anything over 1oz unless I'm punching through grass. Most of my jigs are 1/2 oz or less. I don't use bullet weights too much either.

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