I blame you Alan

Started by trentless, February 25, 2012, 07:56:48 PM

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Luck is when good preparation meets opportunity.


Quote from: trentless on February 25, 2012, 07:56:48 PM;)
It's official, I'm now a reel repair addict!

well, the addiction wasnt that bad that he could easily dropped it  ::)  ::)

12 posts since 2012 on which he claimed to be a reel repair addict.

yep, I'm bored   ;D  ;D
The Baja Guy


Funny that was what I was thinking. I'm sort of bored.
I woke today and suddenly nothing happened.


For me , just the opposite: spinning reels are generally way easier to work on than other types.  That may be because I started working on them & just got accustomed to how things generally work with them.



or, he could be so busy that he doesn't have time to post anymore!!! ;D
send me an email at alantani@yahoo.com for questions!


Quote from: alantani on February 27, 2012, 07:58:22 PMi hate spinners.......    ;D
me to and I have never even opened one, besides for a very basic look.


If you're bored, get a used Shimano mid-upper level spinner. Complicated as can be. The only reel that ever beat me was an older Baitrunner(B or D series?).
Fishing tackle is an art form and all fish caught on the right tackle are"Gfish"!


I'll take Fred's advice and let a pro deal with a spinner.  Mainly because I don't have parts at hand to finish what I would start.  And they aren't my native species. 

Also, I don't have room to add another class of reels to my hobby....which started when I came across some guy named Alan. He was tinkering with some obscure reel called Sailfisher or something.

Not blaming, just sayin'. ;)
"Little boy,  you can get glad in the same pants you just got mad in."  (My Momma)
"You shot it boy, you're gonna clean it and eat it".  (My Dad)