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- ‘Traditionally, baitcasters were only found in freshwater environments being used by bass fisherman.’
- ‘These rods have wrap around eyes that allow the line to come off the baitcasters like a spinning rod.’
- ‘The key to small baits with baitcasters is setting the reel correctly and loading the rod tip during the cast.’
- ‘There sure is a fair amount of miss-information flowing around on baitcasters or overheads.’
- ‘Quality baitcasters have nearly always been more expensive to manufacture than equivalent spinning reels.’
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