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  1. Tip.. use 8 lb setup whenever possible as you will not take an XP hit no matter where you fish. Unfortunately you can’t use 8lb gear everywhere but if you equip a featherlight 7 with a calisto mg and put 8lb test on you can go to Lone star, Mudwater, Emerald, Falcon, and the Everglades without issues maximizing your XP. Would recommend getting the Jigwinner 8’10” if you want to fish the Everglades and can still use the calisto level 13 reel or any of the prima reels with max drag up to 9.9 with the prima reel at 9.9 max drag equipped with a jigwinner 8’10” and 8lb line you will have the ultimate setup for maximizing XP and able to get even bigger fish including 20 pound red drums and snooks as well as a unique largemouth because the jigwinner has 13 lb max so the rod will do the work and you still have 8 lb test and a drag over 8lbs making the setup perfect. The setup guideline that I advise following is the rod is the strongest then the reel then the line. Tip is always use a reel with 9.9 max drag or less up until 8.1. I believe 8.8 is the common 8lb drag range. Try going to lone star and catch some spotted bass on the level 3- 4 casting spoons or level 7 narrow spoons and you will see no XP hit on fish. Hope this helps a lot of you as it can save you a lot of money purchasing gear and leveling up much faster. Please comment.
  2. Hey guys. I just figured out a trick by accident for unique and trophy chinook and coho salmon in Alaska. It was my first trip there and SnaveEidde showed me a spot for them. I was trying a lot of different retrieves and baits to figure out worked best and stumbled across an amazing trick. I confirmed it with 3 other players there that it works. Rig Setup: Rivertex Zeus 8'10" rod, Thunderspin 5500 reel, 35lb fluoro.( 2 ticks down from max drag) Lures: 16ft 6/0 Rainbow crankbait(produced most), 12ft 6/0 Blue and White crankbait, and 8ft 6/0 Lemon crankbait. Peak times: Chinook - Sunny 5am - 8am and 7pm - 9pm, Partly Cloudy 5am - 3pm, Cloudy 5am - 10am and 1pm - 9pm. Coho - Sunny 5am - 8am and 7pm - 9pm, Partly Cloudy 5am - 3pm, Cloudy 10am - 9pm. The location is starting at the cabin, turn left and run to the last "island" in the middle of the river. Then turn back towards the cabin. Cast towards the trees as far as you can all long the opposite side river bank(red area in photo). Cast against the current and pull your rod to the left and reel with the current. Now for the trick I figured out which is in the retrieve. The trick is to have your reel speed set to 2 when you begin your retrieve to pull up the line slack. As soon as the slack is out of your line twitch your rod using L2, reel in 5-10ft, then lower your reel speed to 1, reel in 5-10ft, then raise to 2, reel in 5-10 ft, lower...etc...rinse and repeat. I was gettin 3-6 bites every single cast and catching a fish almost every cast. The other players that tried it had the same results. Good luck guys, and tight lines! https://imgur.com/6HiOYRC
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