Arty

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  1. thanks so much. i really appreciate the help! on the weekend i bought a daiwa td black rod 7' 6-8kg. no reel yet i will keep the dinga website on my mind for next time thanks so much for the guidance, hope to get out this weekend to give it a run thanks :)
  2. thankyou, i will look at something else closer those specs
  3. i just wanted to go for something short and tough, something i can thrown a whole squid onto and go for a mulloway or decent kingfish. then i was thinking i could have my lighter rod for spinning a lure or popper etc. would the rod/reel selection i chose be the wrong choice?
  4. i have z-mans, berkley powerbaits & berkley gulps all in a little Rogue Soft Plastics Wallet and never had an issue with any of them leaking out of their original packaging. with the soft plastics wallet its like having them double bagged, so that is nice
  5. hey everyone. i'm a learner fisherman, got into it a couple years ago and currently have my 2 beach rods. one for bait and one for lures, have my squidding setup and a also a light spin combo. im planning on hiring a small boat with a friend soon and realised i dont have anything suitable to catch a big fish, on a boat. i wouldn't want to take my 12ft beach rod and look like a tool haha. so just wondering if i could have some guidance. rod im looking at: DAIWA SALTIST X 56-5/6S Length: 168 cm (5'6") , Action Heavy , Taper Regular, Lure Weight 150 - 300g, Line Rating PE 5/6 reel im looking at: daiwa saltist nero 3000 or 4000 would this work? what reel size would be better out of those two? also what pound braid and leader would i put on such a combo? i already have a light spin combo so i want this as something i can throw a whole squid on and go for a decent size fish thankyou so much for any help and guidance!!