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CURRENTLY STOCKING LP S-1200 GFN Electric Fishing Reel ORDER NOW & SAVE $295
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Lindgren-Pitman S-1200 Electric Fishing Reel. State-of-the-art technology for high performance with 12 volt DC power. Many new upgrades. Simple controls for hands free Hauling. Gear driven Improved Level Wind. External preset Drag Control w/ 0 to 75 lbs. of drag available. Now drag has improved smoothness and improved flip top feature. Haul Rate of 5 fps. BIG FISH in DEEP WATER for hours on end. Zero maintenance plastic spool. Changeable optional titanium spool. Quick Change Hub Kit is now available. Wishbone rods now available.
Love the LP and associated wishbone rod and lightsLove the LP S-1200 and associated wishbone rod and lights. The reel works fantastic, and my friend advised that I buy the wishbone rod instead of a conventional bent butt rod (which he has with his LP). I have no regrets on th wishbone rod -- it automatically swivels to the correct direction, does not get tangled, easy to thread -- a winner all around. I can't believe the wishbone is so light, but it has plenty of backbone so the weight of the rod is not an issue.
Nice set up all around. Fished in 1700-1800 feet of water last weekend -- no problem for the LP. It is a nice piece of gear. Fished it several times over the summer, and I like having it on board. I take for granted some times how much the reel is working in 600+ feet of water, but it is a workhorse.
If any of your customers ask about line weight, 65 lb test braided is a good choice for dropping in the depths. I have my second spool wound with 130 pound braided line, and it bows substantially in the water, even in 600 ft. Much more difficult to fish. I would actually think this heavier line would be impossible to fish in 2000 feet of water. Looking at the line, there would not appear to be that much of a difference in the water, but it is substantial. I heard about this after I purchased line, so I experienced this for myself, and it is a dramatic difference -- all with 10 pound leads. I may ditch the 130 pound line and go with 65 pound, or even 80 pound max on my second spool.
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