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Oct 16, 2014


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Patrick Morrow

I wonder how long it took them to land that beast? Spinning reel is absolutely not the right tool to target these kind of animals, you could get decent baitcast reel which comes with same price as higher-end spinning reels. But I wonder what brand reel they used. It does not look like it was made by some big commercial fishing tackle company. Still, the brand would get good advertising that their spinning reel could handle that tuna.

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