I need a Megabass guide for dummies

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BluFleck
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Re: I need a Megabass guide for dummies

Postby BluFleck » Fri May 24, 2013 7:14 am

Yes Bronzefly is the authority on this topic. He's not only a dealer, he's fished will ALL of them. I wanted to buy ONE, just to say i had one, ended up with 6. Once i described what i was looking for he put me in exactly what i wanted. I had alot of experience with GLoomis and he did a great job in relating to what i understood in rods i had fished with and what i wanted in my MB rods. I have 4 NRX and many GLX rods as well. To me, NRX rods are the most sensitive rods I have fished with. They are just 'different'. Hard to explain until you pick one up. However, IMO, they are very application specific. The cool thing about the MB rods i have is the multitude of techniques that i find myself fishing with them. The Super Bandersnatch and Nautulis are very sensitive but the tapers on these rods are very versatile. At 7'6" the Bandersnatch makes the perfect TRAP rod, IMO. I also throw T-Rigs and small jigs on them in clear water and find they are plenty sensitive. They are just fun to fish with! I'm a research junkie, and ask a million questions, ask Bronzefly :mrgreen: I don't worry about it anymore. I still love my GLoomis rods but couldn't be happier with my MB purchases.

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Re: I need a Megabass guide for dummies

Postby treadwellpat » Thu Jun 13, 2013 7:00 pm

good post finnz. wondering the same my self

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Re: I need a Megabass guide for dummies

Postby basssobron » Thu Sep 12, 2013 12:16 pm

Awesome informatio USA RET, thank you very much

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Re: I need a Megabass guide for dummies

Postby fishingman88 » Sat Jun 28, 2014 5:40 pm

Great information that you provided USA-RET. I've been learning more and more from reviews and various user experiences.

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Re: I need a Megabass guide for dummies

Postby Mothercanucker » Tue Feb 09, 2016 6:14 pm

that's a lot of info to take in

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Re: I need a Megabass guide for dummies

Postby lvang24 » Wed Feb 10, 2016 12:24 pm

all i can say is "haha"

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Re: I need a Megabass guide for dummies

Postby Dr_Dropshot » Sun Feb 21, 2016 2:56 pm

This is exactly what I needed also!

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Re: I need a Megabass guide for dummies

Postby drift123 » Sun Apr 02, 2017 2:54 pm

The best guide has always been on these forums. Most of my google searches have yielded results from past forum topics. Especially helpful for the JDM products.

Thanks tackletour!

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Re: I need a Megabass guide for dummies

Postby DaiwaSteez » Wed Apr 05, 2017 8:45 am

That is tons of great info on the life of megabass!


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