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Saltwater Garage Sale

Posted By: Swanyriver

Saltwater Garage Sale - 03/19/10 07:55 PM

Here is a listing of all the equipment I moved to Texas with hopes of getting back into fishing but it has not nor will ever pan out so it is time to part company.

Listing of Items for sale



1.5 Tournament built Calstar rods. All rods were custom built by myself when I worked at a tackle shop in Jupiter, Fl. Fuji big foot guides(9), fuji graphite reel seats, and slick butts with aluminum gimbals. These rods have 2 penn 555’s, 2 penn 500 accurate conversions, and 1 penn international 30 loaded with 100# spectra. $1150 OBO
2.4 Star graphite 16/30 rods matched with 3 TLD15 and 1 shimano speedmaster. The rods show little wear and the reels were all serviced before I left Florida, smooth lever drags that are great light tackle set-ups. $725 OBO
3.2 Star Delux Snook/Snapper rods with Penn 505 Jigmasters. Very forgiving rods that have slow to moderate actions. $15o OBO
4.2 Custom Gator Glass Grouper Rods built on 80 lb blanks at just about 8’ long. Built with fuji big foot guides, graphite reel seats with Penn 113H reels to match the set. These are some neck breaking sticks that were used for deep jigging and ripping groupers out of the deep. $460 OBO
5.1 Penn Sabre 50/80 rod that is matched with a penn 114(black sideplates) loaded with 200lb spectra. This rod is a wreck lifting machine, used when fishing deep and when you need a winch. $150 OBO
6.1 Penn international 4 Fly reel, this reel was purchased as a back-up to my 12wt Able fly reel. This thing is set-up for serious fishing, it is loaded with 300yds of 80lb spectra and topshotted with over 250 yds of 30lb Dacron with a sinking weight forward 12 wt scientific anglers. $400 OBO brand new in the case.
7.A custom made deep drop/ wire line rod. This rod is built on a Calstar grafighter 80-130 blank features an aftco UB6 bent butt, along with aftco Big Foot #52 and #42 roller guides and a roller swivel tip. This rod was custom built by myself back in Florida and has been used 3 times, by looking at it you could never tell. All guides were triple wrapped and my signature mermaid is glassed just forward of the butt. $375 OBO
8.Riffe NO KA OI Mid Handle Speargun 56 inch The mid-handle series of heavy duty laminated teakwood guns allow for quicker turns to help you get around on your target. This is the best choice for blue water hunting as well as bottom fishing. A unique safety system with the pivoting locking-pin is the best on the market at limiting accidental de-activation. The Riffe Mid-Handle trigger system sets this series above others. Its linkage allows you to use a longer shaft and retain your range.Heavy-duty 4 laminate teak stock with side machined grooves for ease of handling. 300 lb. Nylon monofilament shooting line for faster shooting and abrasion resistance. 5" Bungie Shock Chord with 550 lb. test Pigtail Ball bearing Swivel. Heavy-duty Fiberglass, reinforced Nylon over molded cushion grip handle. RIFFE's stainless steel 2-piece trigger mechanism assembly, which accepts all diameter RIFFE shafts 1/4" - 3/8" . Locking-pin safety
Large, contoured red urethane butt end assembly for comfortable hip & stomach loading. This gun has seen below the ocean surface once and has never been fired. The bands are aged and will need to be replaced but other than that it is showroom condition. The shaft is a 5/16 Hawiian style with a single flapper, and is as straight as an arrow. $520 OBO
9.Aftco 4’ gold anodized gaff with a 5” bite. $60
10.Ancor retieving system, consists of a 12” poly ball attached to a quick snap and a lifting ring. If you still hand pull your anchor this is a must have, just clip ring around anchor rope toss into water and run your boat forward. The ball slides donw the rope freeing your anchor and then lets anchor hang up in the ring for an easy recovery. $50

PM me for any pics of these as I now have them available.
Posted By: Swanyriver

Re: Saltwater Garage Sale - 04/03/10 05:20 AM

SOLD!!!!!
Anyone want a bad A## fly reel, got the gaff ledt also.
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