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Old 10-25-2023, 01:30 AM   #1
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fish Bought a KastKing Sharky III Fishing Reel

Bought a KastKing Sharky III Fishing Reel to tryout

And a Okuma Celilo 9.5 foot rod for hunting salmon and steelhead

The reel seems pretty good , its made of fiber reinforced graphite body and rotor
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I love fishing Pogo to is into fishing. Been fishing since I was a kid we used to walk down to the beach on Long Island Sound and catch Blue Fish and Flounder.
A Penn spinning reel a 6 ft. pole and that was it. We always came home with fish. Now a tour through Pro Bass's store and the equipment they have is incredible nowadays.
Hell the fish don't stand a chance. Good luck JD.
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Bought a KastKing Sharky III Fishing Reel to tryout

And a Okuma Celilo 9.5 foot rod for hunting salmon and steelhead

The reel seems pretty good , its made of fiber reinforced graphite body and rotor
Would you share some of that wild caught salmon?
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Would you share some of that wild caught salmon?
Sure, gotta catch 'em first.
There are record number of fish in the river this year.
Its been years since Ive fished the river here
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Sure, gotta catch 'em first.
There are record number of fish in the river this year.
Its been years since Ive fished the river here
My local Publix supermarket carries wild caught Salmon fillets, but they are seasonal, of course, and they keep them sealed package in a hidden freezer away from all the seafood, , about $18-20 a piece. Every time I go by I look for them and get a couple, we try to eat salmon at least once a week. They'll be all gone in a couple weeks, I'm sure.
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Best of luck with the new reel. You're gonna have a great time. Enjoy.

The creek behind our house is only ankle to knee deep but is a destination for migrating salmon/steelhead. By the time they get up here, they just want to spawn and die. Most of them are pretty beat up, semi-rotten and not worth catching.

There's a run in the Spring and Fall. Every year is different. Last year was a huge run. This year, we've only seen a handful.

Last year I caught one and my wife got three. We won't do it again. While the fish we caught were in pretty good shape, the meat just wasn't that good; kinda muddy and fishy. The ones caught in the big lake or larger rivers are delicious.
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