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Jgas05 1 18 April 28, 2016 at 01:56 PM in Fishing (9) More Dicks Sporting Goods Deals
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Lots of fishing deals 50% off. It's a Flash Sale so one day only price.

Rods, reels, combos, clothes, fish finders.

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Ugh... Thanks
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what would you guys recommend for simple trout fishing?
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what would you guys recommend for simple trout fishing?
Get a cheap fly rod or spinning reel with some flies or small fake worms / grubs
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Hmm, I wonder how those waders are. Not sure that's the best deal on them (I've seen em go for $180~ with no tax on Ebay). Looking for a pair of stocking foot waders. I picked up a pair of boot foot waders but those tend to scrape the shins if you walk a lot. More convenient but I'm not sure it's worth the bald/raw spots on my shins lol.
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Nice... Thanks! picked up the Pinnacle Solene Casting Reel for $24.95 and added the Johnson Splinter Spoon Lure to get free shipping...

For those looking to pickup an inexpensive spincast combo for only $35, I'd say check this out. I bought the 6.5' and the 7'... only the 7' is avail now really like them....

http://www.amazon.com/Daiwa-D-Sho...detailpage
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Quote from jplee3 View Post :
Hmm, I wonder how those waders are. Not sure that's the best deal on them (I've seen em go for $180~ with no tax on Ebay). Looking for a pair of stocking foot waders. I picked up a pair of boot foot waders but those tend to scrape the shins if you walk a lot. More convenient but I'm not sure it's worth the bald/raw spots on my shins lol.
wear longer socks. but if you do a ton of walking stocking foots are nicer.
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Quote from borrillo View Post :
Nice... Thanks! picked up the Pinnacle Solene Casting Reel for $24.95 and added the Johnson Splinter Spoon Lure to get free shipping...

For those looking to pickup an inexpensive spincast combo for only $35, I'd say check this out. I bought the 6.5' and the 7'... only the 7' is avail now really like them....

http://www.amazon.com/Daiwa-D-Sho...detailpage
2 years in a row in the early spring dicks has done a buy 2 combos for $30 daiwa. they let you choose I think between the 6', 6'6" and 7'. that's the best deal going.
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what would you guys recommend for simple trout fishing?
Depends on where you are and what type of trout fishing you're doing. If you want to use powerbait for stocked trout then get a 7-8' rod light/medium rod and reel. If you're more traditional with flies then get a fly rod, LL bean has a few deals (20% off) on decent starting combos. Personally, I like to fish with a low test line and ultralight rods and either crankbait or spinners for trout.
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Quote from letsgometsgo View Post :
wear longer socks. but if you do a ton of walking stocking foots are nicer.
Yea, I have snowboarding socks and I thought I wore those but they didn't help much especially because they rode down (they were shorter though). I've really only used the waders once or twice though, so there might be more break-in needed. I do have longer snowboard socks so next time I'll have to try those out. Boot foots seem great for if you're driving along a water-hugged coastline or near rivers with easy access to shallow water, where you can just jump out of the car, slip into the waders in a few seconds, and walk right into the water. But if you're hiking paths to get to water, or hiking miles of beach, it's not the most pleasant thing. I guess you can always carry the waders with you to the water line, then slip into them. As long as you're not carrying too much gear with you.
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