Jump to content

quincy 71212

Member Since 08 Jan 2014
Offline Last Active Jan 01 2016 02:08 PM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: Port credit fishing

03 June 2014 - 08:58 PM

i'm not to sure what you could get around the mouth but if u go a bit further up near the bridge i think you can catch  carp and bullhead catfish.  sorry for the limited advice i hardly fish the credit anymore - good luck!!!

In Topic: center pin main line

24 March 2014 - 08:22 PM

I have raven, only been out with it once but it seems nice and is really cheap. BTW, i started using p-line high vis, and i actually dont like the high vis. I feel like the fish could see it, even when it was off the water. Plus, if it goes below the float, that will definitely spook them. Just go out and get a good float rod, raven im8, matrix (i have it and is nice rod, yet cheap 149$). Everyone seems to love the raven im8 so if you want a long term float rod that is a good option. I dont know if salmon and noodle rod work very well in the same sentence imo

ok man and ya ill get the im8 instead thanks 

In Topic: center pin main line

24 March 2014 - 07:45 PM

I don't think I'd go with 6lb Raven mian line, I don't think there's a need to go that low.. 8lb has the strength you need for salmon and steelhead but still small enough diameter to come off smoothly and cast nicely.. Also you want to run a main line thats heavier then your leader so it breaks closer to the hook and you don't loose everything.. 6lb and salmon is asking for trouble if you ask me... 

ok thanks man im gonna order it in 8lb test then also would it be a bad idea to use a light action 10'6" diawa acculite noodle rod for float fishing some guy is wanting to sell me one but i am unsure if it would be a good idea to use it 

In Topic: center pin main line

24 March 2014 - 07:30 PM

I use the Raveb 8lb main line. I dont have problems with memory or breaking and it floats so mending is easy if you need to. It also casts and comes off the reel very good. It's also cheap considering the spool size is almost 1000 yards for about $13 bucks.... 


When I owned my tackle store we sold a lot of it and most guys liked it but you cant please everyone so some guys preferred other bwould the s

is 6lb to light i would be trying to go for trout salmon and sucker cause im thinking of getting the 6lb  raven main line in hi vis yellow 

In Topic: center pin main line

24 March 2014 - 06:58 PM

The raven line is amazing, I used it during salmon season and it didn't have too bad memory and it was abrasion resistant, I also managed a few steelers, just remember to keep the middle bolt a but loose

sick ok man thanks i was gonna get maxima ultra green but i might get the raven line instead :D