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Lake Stevens Kokanee Fishing - June 30th 2015

posted by Mike on 06/30/2015

We are still seeing good kokanee results coming out of Lake Stevens this past week. The fish are going deeper as the water temperature increase to stay in their temperature comfort zones. Most of the folks we have spoke with are finding them in the 30 - 50 foot zones at present. Downrigger fishing has been the norm as it is hard to reach these depths with onventional tackle or even lead core. The fish are averaging around 12 inches though there have been a few 15 - 16 inch fish caught.

 

With many other fisheries opening up such as crab and saltwter salmon fishing the pressure on the lake has wained. You are having to contend with the folks using the lake for water sports so it's a good idea to get to the lake early. The best bite has been from first light to around 8 am.

Crabbing Opens July 2nd In Many Puget Sound Areas

posted by Mike on 06/30/2015

Crab fishing seasons set for Puget Sound

 

 

OLYMPIA - The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) today announced summer crab-fishing seasons for Puget Sound, starting June 1 with an early opening in Marine Area 13 south of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.

Most other areas of the Sound will open for recreational crab fishing July 2, although two areas around the San Juan Islands open later in summer to protect molting crab.

Seasons for the upcoming fishery are posted on WDFW's crab fishing website at http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/crab/. The website includes details on fishing regulations, as well as an educational video on crabbing.

Like last year, crabbers will have an extra month to catch their quota in Marine Area 13, said Rich Childers, shellfish policy lead for WDFW.

Recent test fisheries indicate that crab in southern Puget Sound are in hard-shell condition, allowing for an early start to the fishing season in that area, Childers said.

"Sport crabbers in that area have fallen short of reaching their catch quota in recent years, so we can afford to give them more time to fish during the upcoming season," Childers said. "Over the next couple of weeks we will continue to conduct test fisheries in Puget Sound, where we could open a few other areas to sport crabbing earlier than currently scheduled."

Crabbers should check the department's website for any announcements, Childers said.

The daily limit for crab fishers throughout Puget Sound is five Dungeness crab, males only, in hard-shell condition with a minimum carapace width of 6¼ inches. Fishers may catch six red rock crab of either sex per day, provided those crab measure at least 5 inches across.

Below is the current Puget Sound summer crab fishing schedule:

  • Marine areas 4 (Neah Bay east of the Bonilla-Tatoosh line), 5 (Sekiu), 6 (eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca), 8-1 (Deception Pass to East Point), 8-2 (East Point to Possession Point), 9 (Admiralty Inlet), 10 (Seattle/Bremerton) and 11 (Tacoma/Vashon) - Open July 2 through Sept. 7. Crabbing is allowed Thursdays through Mondays each week; closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
  • Marine Area 7 South (San Juan Islands/Bellingham) - Open July 16 through Sept. 28. Crabbing is allowed Thursdays through Mondays each week; closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
  • Marine Area 7 North (Gulf of Georgia) - Open Aug. 13 through Sept. 28. Crabbing is allowed Thursdays through Mondays each week; closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
  • Marine Area 12 (Hood Canal) – Open June 15 through Sept. 7. Crabbing is allowed Thursdays through Mondays each week; closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
  • Marine Area 13 (south Puget Sound) - Open June 1 through Sept. 7. Crabbing is allowed seven days per week.

Crab fishers may not set or pull shellfish gear from a vessel from one hour after official sunset to one hour before official sunrise. All shellfish gear must be removed from the water on closed days.

Childers reminds Puget Sound crabbers that they are required to record their harvest of Dungeness crab on their catch record cards immediately after retaining crab. Separate catch record cards are issued for the summer and winter seasons.

Catch record cards are not required to fish for Dungeness crab in the Columbia River or on the Washington coast.

 

Lake Chelan Report From Anton Jones Of Darrell & Dad's Family Guide Service For June 30th, 2015

posted by Mike on 06/30/2015

LAKE CHELAN AREA FISHING REPORT FOR 6/30/15

    What’s hot is trolling for Lake Trout on Chelan early in the morning on the Bar.   Also hot is trolling the face of Manson Bay in the evenings for Lake Chelan Lakers.  Finally, when the wind lets you fish the early morning bite at Colyar Ledge, it is very good.  There has been a nice sprinkling of bigger fish mixed in.  Roses Lake has been kicking out some nice Channel Catfish. 

 

    On the Bar, look for depths from 120 to 180 feet deep.  The best depths on Colyar Ledge seem to be between 180 to 320 feet.  Evenings are best in Manson Bay in depths of 140 to 270 feet deep.  As always, fish within 3 to 5 feet of the bottom and keep your speed around 1.2 mph.  The Mack’s Lure Bead and Blade combo our guide, Jeff Witkowski has developed has been very productive.  He uses a bead combo to give the rig about a 4” long profile.  Similar in profile, the Needlefish squid rig by Silver Horde / Goldstar has also worked.  Bait these rigs with a chunk of Northern Pikeminnow.  The T4 Purple Glow Flatfish seems to be the “go to” lure for bigger fish on the Bar. 

 

    Roses Lake continues to kick out Channel Catfish.  Our Pepe’ Hernandez got a 7 pounder the other day.  Use slip sinker rigs with Firebait for them as well as trout on Roses. 

 

    Your fishing tip of the week is to check your leaders for frays.  Since we pound the lures into the bottom here on Chelan, it is inevitable that you get snags and hang ups.  When you are successful in working a snag free without losing gear, check your leader for nicks and frays before congratulating yourself.  Retying a knot is easier than losing a big fish. 

 

    The kid’s tip of the week is to use this relatively slow paced leisure time while you are fishing to give them appropriate attention.  Ask them open ended questions and listen to the answers.  Seek more detail.  Among pre-school children this will help with a myriad of “bad” behaviors that are an attempt to get attention. 

 

    Your safety tip of the week is to have those check lists in place.  You want to remember to take off the rear straps, put in the plug, unplug the lights to launch and plug the lights in to go down the road.  You don’t want to be everyone else’s source for funny stories about silly boaters.  Summer in Chelan.  What a privilege!

 

Pictured:  6/24/15 - Colin Attaway (8) out fishing with his Grandfather of Tsillan Cellar fame, Bob Jankelson with a 16.6 lb Lake Chelan Mackinaw.

 

Also Pictured:  6/25/15 - Cathy Glenn of Covelo, CA with Stephanie Derovin of Tacoma, WA with their mornings catch of Mackinaw.  The big fish was 10.5 pounds.

 

Finally Pictured:  6/28/15  Russ Groth of Stanwood, WA with a 12lb Lake Chelan Laker.  He was fishing with Marvin Ayres of Everett, WA.

 

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Fresh Sand Shrimp For Skagit Sockeye - June 27th

posted by Mike on 06/27/2015

For those of you that are needing snad shrimp for the Skagit River sockeye fishery or a trip for summer run steelhead on the Cowlitz we just received a shrimpment this afternoon.

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Columbia River Shad - Saturday June 27th

posted by Mike on 06/27/2015

If you are wanting to get a last minute trip in for shad this season, I would say that this weekend or the first of the week will be just about it for this season as the numbers of fish going through Bonneville have been decreasing. This decrease marks the tail end of the run. This seasons run has been disapointing to say the least for most folks going down to fish. Most of the customers that took trips to fish shad were disapointed and results were generally poor for most. There were a few guys that did manage to hit it at the correct time and had fantastic fishing. But that was the exception rather than the rule.

 

We do have shad darts on hand for anyone that wants to do a last minute trip.

Skykomish Steelhead - June 27th

posted by Mike on 06/27/2015

With the water levels on the Skykomish being as low as we have ever seen in most of our lifetimes the steelheading has been just about nonexistant on the river. There are a few steelhead in the upper portion of the river but they have been extremely skitish to say the least. The few fish that are being caught are by guys that have refined their techniques to the water conditions, meaning that they are using light lines, leaders and small baits.

 

With the extremely hot weather we have the last of snow pack will go to the way side and conditions will only get worse.

 

 

Skagit River Sockeye Report For Saturday 27th June

posted by Mike on 06/27/2015

The reports from the sockeye fishermen on the lower Skagit was good this morning. One of our customers said he saw 17 fish landed for the 20 or so anglers off the area he was fishing. The tribal nets came out of the water yesterday and evidently let a good number of fish through. We should see good fishing for the next few weeks until. The season runs throgh the 15th of June.

 

The numbers of fish making it to the Baker have been good and it should result in some good fishing at Baker Lake when it opens on the 10th of July.

 

We have lots of tackle in stock for both the river fishery as well as Baker Lake.

Skagit River Sockeye Report For June 23, 2015

posted by Mike on 06/23/2015

We have been getting in reports from the Skagit sockeye fishery since it opened a week ago. The fishing has improved slightly but is still not hot by any means. As the month goes on we should see continued improvement in this fishery with July being the peak of the run. Remember that this fishery will just run through the 15th of July at which time it will close. We have been hearing of fish caught every day though it will vary from day to day. Today the reports we had from Young's Bar in Mt. Vernon was not good at all with no fish caught this morning.

 

Ryan that works for me was up yesterday for some time and saw a few fish landed by the 20 or so guys plunking at Young's Bar.

Lake Chelan Area Fishing Report For 6/23/2015 From Anton Jones Of Darrell & Dad's Family Guide Service

posted by Mike on 06/23/2015

LAKE CHELAN AREA FISHING REPORT FOR 6/23/15

    What’s hot is trolling for Lake Trout on Chelan early in the morning at Colyar Ledge.   Also hot is trolling the face of Manson Bay in the evenings for Lake Chelan Lakers. 

 

    When the wind lets you fish the early morning bite at Colyar Ledge, it is very good.  We were able to boat a quad on Lakers one morning.  The best depths seem to be between 220 and 270 feet.  Evenings are best in Manson Bay in depths of 140 to 270 feet deep.  As always, fish within 3 to 5 feet of the bottom and keep your speed around 1.2 mph.  The Mack’s Lure Bead and Blade combo our guide, Jeff Witkowski has developed has been very productive.  He uses a bead combo to give the rig about a 4” long profile.  Bait this rig with a chunk of Northern Pikeminnow.  T4 Purple Glow Flatfish and Silver Horde Kingfisher Lite spoons have also been productive. 

 

    Omak should still remain quite good for Lahontan Cutthroat.  However, it can get hotter than… well, really hot down in there when we get 100+ in Chelan. 

 

    Also, Wapato Lake has still been kicking out nice limits of rainbows. 

 

    Finally, Roses Lake has become an early summer mecca for Channel Catfish.  One of 25 pounds was recently caught. 

 

    Your fishing tip of the week is to remember scent.  I use Pautzke’s Krill Juice on everything as a cover scent.  You don’t want those fish to shy away as they charge your lure. 

 

    The kid’s tip of the week is to keep the fishing foray’s short this time of the year.  A couple of hours is plenty.  With the first big hot spell of the summer rolling in you don’t want to make it a survival test out there.  Work the hours of low light and cooler temperatures.  Mid-days this time of the year are good for swimming and staying cool inside. 

 

    Your safety tip of the week is to keep a sharp look out for floating debris.  The lake has filled those last few inches floating some really big logs.  You don’t want to hit them!

 
 
 
 

New WDFW 2015 - 2016 Fishing Regulations

posted by Mike on 06/23/2015

The new 2015/2016 WDFW Fishing Regulations have arrived here at Ted's! With getting just a couple of cases I don't think they will last long. But at least we have them right now. We tried to order more but at the present WDFW does not know when we will be able to get more. Don't ask me why as they can not tell me either. It's WDFW - enough said!

Happy Father's Day

posted by Mike on 06/20/2015

Being that it's Father's Day tomorrow, we hope that you will be doing something that you enjoy! No mattter if you are fishing or having a great afternoon with the family BBQ ing have a great day!

 

Skagit River Sockeye Reports For June 20th, 2015

posted by Mike on 06/20/2015

The Sockeye fishing on the Skagit has not been hot by any means but there are at least enough fish being caught that people are interested. The fishing will just improve as we go into the season. We had one of the customers stop by this afternoon and showed us a photo of him and his buddy with 5 nice Sockeye from this morning. With that kind of luck I hope they will be buying a lottery ticket. This was the best report I have heard from anyone so far this season. Most folks are happy if they get a single fish.

 

The traps on the Baker River have caught almot 200 as of yesterday which is a good sign this easly in the season. Generally, the greatest number trapped per day is aroung the 15th of July.

Crab Seasons For The Summer In The Straits, San Juans, Hood Canal and Puget Sound

posted by Mike on 06/18/2015

Crab fishing seasons set for Puget Sound

 

 

OLYMPIA - The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) today announced summer crab-fishing seasons for Puget Sound, starting June 1 with an early opening in Marine Area 13 south of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.

Most other areas of the Sound will open for recreational crab fishing July 2, although two areas around the San Juan Islands open later in summer to protect molting crab.

Seasons for the upcoming fishery are posted on WDFW's crab fishing website at http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/crab/. The website includes details on fishing regulations, as well as an educational video on crabbing.

Like last year, crabbers will have an extra month to catch their quota in Marine Area 13, said Rich Childers, shellfish policy lead for WDFW.

Recent test fisheries indicate that crab in southern Puget Sound are in hard-shell condition, allowing for an early start to the fishing season in that area, Childers said.

"Sport crabbers in that area have fallen short of reaching their catch quota in recent years, so we can afford to give them more time to fish during the upcoming season," Childers said. "Over the next couple of weeks we will continue to conduct test fisheries in Puget Sound, where we could open a few other areas to sport crabbing earlier than currently scheduled."

Crabbers should check the department's website for any announcements, Childers said.

The daily limit for crab fishers throughout Puget Sound is five Dungeness crab, males only, in hard-shell condition with a minimum carapace width of 6¼ inches. Fishers may catch six red rock crab of either sex per day, provided those crab measure at least 5 inches across.

Below is the current Puget Sound summer crab fishing schedule:

  • Marine areas 4 (Neah Bay east of the Bonilla-Tatoosh line), 5 (Sekiu), 6 (eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca), 8-1 (Deception Pass to East Point), 8-2 (East Point to Possession Point), 9 (Admiralty Inlet), 10 (Seattle/Bremerton) and 11 (Tacoma/Vashon) - Open July 2 through Sept. 7. Crabbing is allowed Thursdays through Mondays each week; closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
  • Marine Area 7 South (San Juan Islands/Bellingham) - Open July 16 through Sept. 28. Crabbing is allowed Thursdays through Mondays each week; closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
  • Marine Area 7 North (Gulf of Georgia) - Open Aug. 13 through Sept. 28. Crabbing is allowed Thursdays through Mondays each week; closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
  • Marine Area 12 (Hood Canal) – Open June 15 through Sept. 7. Crabbing is allowed Thursdays through Mondays each week; closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
  • Marine Area 13 (south Puget Sound) - Open June 1 through Sept. 7. Crabbing is allowed seven days per week.

Crab fishers may not set or pull shellfish gear from a vessel from one hour after official sunset to one hour before official sunrise. All shellfish gear must be removed from the water on closed days.

Childers reminds Puget Sound crabbers that they are required to record their harvest of Dungeness crab on their catch record cards immediately after retaining crab. Separate catch record cards are issued for the summer and winter seasons.

Catch record cards are not required to fish for Dungeness crab in the Columbia River or on the Washington coast.

Good Shad Numbers At Bonneville

posted by Mike on 06/18/2015

If you are going to chase shad this season the time is prime with good numbers of shad making it though Bonneville. We have had good reports coming in this week. One of the customers that was down on Tuesday managed to score over 100 for him and his fishing partner. He said the morning fishing has been a little on the slow side but the afternoon fishing was off the hook. It just goes to show you that if you are going to make the trek that you should tough it out for the day and fish. The longer you keep your gear in the water the better your chances are. With shad you just have to stick it out until the fish move through.

So far this season we have seen a bit over a million shad pass through the dam, which is not a record run by any means but still enough to provide some good fishing.

We still have good numbers of shad darts on hand.

Skagit River Sockeye Reports For Tuesday 16th June

posted by Mike on 06/16/2015

Today was the opening of the lower Skagit sockeye fishery. The reports that we received was that the fishing was slow. We heard that there were three checked at Youngs Bar and three at Gardner through the early afternoon. Not hot by any means but at least there are a few fish! We did not have high hopes for todays opener as we normally do not see a good push of fish until the end of the month. The water was low but had a couple feet of visability with a good glacial green color.

 

There are fish already being trapped at the Baker and a handful of fish have been trucked to Baker Lake. Seeing fish this early in the season is a good sign for things to come. Hopefully the tribes do not fish as heavy as they did last year taking more than their share of fish.

Fresh Sand Shrimp For Skagit Sockeye

posted by Mike on 06/16/2015

With the opening of the lower Skagit River for sockeye today we have lots of fresh sand shrimp on hand. We will have reports from the river a little later today. The conditions are not bad, though the river is lower the color is not bad with a couple of feet of viz with a good glacier green color.

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Lake Chelan Report From 6/15/2015

posted by Mike on 06/16/2015

LAKE CHELAN AREA FISHING REPORT FOR 6/8/15

    What’s hot is trolling for Lake Trout on Chelan.   Also hot is trolling the south end of Omak Lake for Lahontan Cutthroat.  

 

    Lake Trout fishing on Chelan is still transitioning.  Early mornings have been best up at Colyar Ledge.  The big fish are just beginning to show on the Bar.  Evenings are best in Manson Bay  As always, fish within 3 to 5 feet of the bottom and keep your speed around 1.2 mph.  The Mack’s Lure Bead and Blade combo our guide, Jeff Witkowski has developed has been very productive.  Bait this rig with a chunk of Northern Pikeminnow. 

 

    On Omak the fish are coming off the spawn and biting like crazy!  This year it appears that the bite rate is somewhat less than the previous couple of years, but drumroll… the average fish is much better.  We have trolled Jeff’s drift rigs (unbaited, to be consistent with the regs), squid rigs and spoons.  Fish have averaged about 20” or so.  Trophy sized Cutts are always a possibility here.  Dan Beardslee caught one over 18 pounds!  Next to Pyramid Lake in Nevada, this may be the best Lahontan Cutthroat Trout lake in the world.  Working speeds of 1.4 to 1.6 mph seemed to work best for our presentations, but vary it a lot to see what works best for you. 

 

    Your fishing tip of the week is to make small changes to increase your productivity.  I am loathe to change presentations, typically.  With me, the changes are usually location.  Sometimes, small changes in location can greatly increase catch rates.  Sometimes concentrations of fish move just a few hundred feet.  Think about the cover and food requirements for fish and make your adjustments accordingly.  Similarly, a small change in the profile of a lure (ie:  sizing up or down) can make a big difference in bite rate.  Too big a change can have you come up empty or at least unable to tell which variable was important.  

 

    The kid’s and safety tip of the week is to really pound down the fluids now that hot summer weather has arrived.  Long sunny days can really dehydrate you.  Most nausea, headaches and behavioral issues in the summer can be tied to dehydration.  A bottle of water in light activity and more if you are playing or working hard is a general rule of thumb.  Also, maintain that layer of sunscreen.  Blistering sunburn hurts and is dangerous.

 

6/14/15 - Chris Connell of Bellingham  with Doug Connell of Manson with their mornings catch of Lake Chelan Lakers.

 

6/13/15 - Mr. Ta of Seattle with a 16.4 lb Lake Chelan Laker

 

6/7/15 - A beautiful Omak Lake Cutt just before Jeff put the net under it.  (Photo courtesy of the Fitzgeralds)

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Crabbing To Open Early In Hood Canal - June 15th 2015

posted by Mike on 06/10/2015

Crab fishing to open early in Hood Canal

 

 

OLYMPIA – The recreational crab fishing season in Marine Area 12 (Hood Canal) will open June 15, more than two weeks earlier than originally scheduled.

Recent test fisheries indicate that crab in the Canal are in hard-shell condition, allowing for an early start to the season, said Rich Childers, shellfish policy lead for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).

Crabbing in Hood Canal will be allowed Thursdays through Mondays each week, and will be closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The season will get under way with a one-day opening on Monday, June 15, before reopening on its weekly schedule Thursday, June 18.

The recreational crab fishing season in Hood Canal will be open through Sept. 7.

Hood Canal was originally scheduled to open July 2, when several other areas of Puget Sound open for recreational crabbing.

Currently, only one area of Puget Sound is open to crab fishing. The season got under way June 1 in Marine Area 13 (South Puget Sound).

Seasons for the Puget Sound crab fishery are posted on WDFW’s crab fishing website at http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/crab/. The website includes details on fishing regulations, as well as an educational video on crabbing.  

The daily limit for crab fishers throughout Puget Sound is five Dungeness crab, males only, in hard-shell condition with a minimum carapace width of 6¼ inches. Fishers may catch six red rock crab of either sex per day, provided those crab measure at least 5 inches across.

Crab fishers may not set or pull shellfish gear from a vessel from one hour after official sunset to one hour before official sunrise. All shellfish gear must be removed from the water on closed days.

Childers reminds Puget Sound crabbers that they are required to record their harvest of Dungeness crab on their catch record cards immediately after retaining crab. Separate catch record cards are issued for the summer and winter seasons.

 

New Loomis E6X Loomis Float Fishing Rods

posted by Mike on 06/09/2015

SALMON & STEELHEAD

E6X STEELHEAD FLOAT

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Float fishing for steelhead is not only very effective technique, but it's something even the entry-level angler can figure out quickly. It’s kind of like fishing for bluegill. You have to pay attention to the bobber and focus on maintaining a drag-free drift. Float fishing requires a long, light, responsive rod so you can manage a long drop below the float and cover as much water as you can, but it's most beneficial when you have to set the hook with all that line out. The added benefit of the longer rod is protecting lighter line/leaders. These critters can really put up a fight so you need every advantage you can get. E6X allows us to make them light, responsive and subtly strong. It's advantage angler when you fish this style of rod!!!
Item # Model Number Rod Length Handle Pieces Line Weight Lure Weight Power Price
12264-01 E6X 1203-2S STFR 10’ 2 6-12 3/8-3/4 Med-Light Fast $239.99

New E6X Loomis Steelhead Spinning Rods

posted by Mike on 06/09/2015

SALMON & STEELHEAD

E6X STEELHEAD DRIFT SPINNING

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Steelhead use holding water to rest as they leave the ocean or the Great Lakes and migrate up coastal streams and inland tributaries to spawn. It's usually where less effort is needed to rest after a long journey up river. That's why you need a long rod to drift baits for these big, oversized, searun rainbows. The less current drag on your line, the more feel and control you will enjoy. When you need to fish a seam in the middle of the river you need accuracy. When you get the chance to fish all day long, you want a rod that’s well balanced and as light as possible. When the normal bite is so light it’s hard to tell it from the rocks, you need sensitivity and when that 20-pounder heads back toward the ocean you need plenty of power. That's what our E6X steelhead rods are all about and they make you a better angler!!
Item # Model Number Rod Length Handle Pieces Line Weight Lure Weight Power Price
12215-01 E6X 1024-2S STR 8’ 6” 2 8-12 3/8-3/4 Medium Fast $224.99
12217-01 E6X 1025-2S STR 8’ 6” 2 8-17 3/8-1 Med-Heavy Fast $224.99
12267-01 E6X 1082-2S STR 9’ 2 6-10 1/4-1/2 Light Moderate $224.99
12221-01 E6X 1084-2S STR 9’ 2 8-12 3/8-3/4 Medium Fast $229.99
12219-01 E6X 1083-2S STR 9’ 2 6-12 5/16-3/4 Med-Light Fast $224.99
12263-01 E6X 1142-2S STR 9’6" 2 6-10 1/4-1/2 Light Moderate $234.99
12243-01 E6X 1145-2S STR 9’6” 2 8-17 3/8-1 Med-Heavy Fast $234.99
12241-01 E6X 1143-2S STR 9’6” 2 6-12 5/16-3/4 Med-Light Fast $234.99
12266-01 E6X 1205-2S STR 10’ 2 8-17 3/8-1 Med-Heavy Fast $234.99
 
 

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