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PostSubject: .5 plugs can't wait to try   Tue Nov 06, 2012 4:01 am

new to whipping.just ordered .5 oama and jj.cant wait to test these bad boys out in Ewa Beach.mark thanks for processing my order super quick as I ordered on the weekend and thought I would have to wait til Monday.your awesome
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PostSubject: .5 plugs can't wait to try   Tue Nov 06, 2012 11:19 am

Howzit....I'm still a newbie at whipping MW lures. Still waiting for a photo op...know what I mean? (Catching Oahu right now..lol). But I just love the lures! I got a 9' Ugly (light action) and an old Daiwa reel. I get some chasers and occassional missed strikes which is a thrill for me but I think I need to get the lures our further for more exposure in the water. Just my 2 cents.....Aloha and happy whippin'
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PostSubject: Re: .5 plugs can't wait to try   Tue Nov 06, 2012 7:48 pm

I'm using a penn battle 3000.pretty good reel since it comes with a rubber gasket to hold braid so no mono backing needed.20lb green Tuf line XP.havent purchased a rod yet but I was looking at the 10ft cabelas medium 08 spinning rods.they look good for a beginner whopper like me.i use the same reels and line on my dunking poles so I know thee decent enough for whipping.i actually went whipping today with my friends .5 white/red eyes with a medium 8 ft pole and my penn battle 3000.i can't believe the distance I got on the cast.lures have great action no matter what style I was using.had a couple chasers which wasn't expected cause I was just practicing in 5 ft of water on a low tide.caught a 14 inch Christmas wrasse also which ended up going out on my ulua pole hahaha.
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PostSubject: .5 plugs can't wait to try   Wed Nov 07, 2012 1:07 am

I know, right? The weight of the ceramic lures are awesome for getting the line out there. I just want to get them waaaaayyyy out there...lol. No 4get to post da pic \m/
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PostSubject: Re: .5 plugs can't wait to try   Wed Nov 07, 2012 1:15 am

heavier lure and or rod that will let you load the tip up for a good launch.ugly stick good for the cast but I find it to be a heavy rod (even the lite version).your forearms won't like you too much lol.
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