2015 Convention - Can somebody do me a favor?

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Robin Sayler
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2015 Convention - Can somebody do me a favor?

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Heather and I will be flying down this year so we will not be able to bring too much stuff. Is there anybody who would be willing to set us up with a couple fishing rigs for our fishing outing?

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I could need the same kind of help.
If one could help me with a rod, reel and some hooks, I would be very thankful.

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As I told Robin I will have an extra reel only (a Penn 209) loaded with fresh line. But it's a 1965 vintage reel if this will do. Perhaps someone will bring an extra rod.

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I have zero ocean gear available, but if you're heading up to Okeechobee or even better, Istakpoga for some lunker bass I have a ton of equipment....

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Fishing tackle to use will probably be available on the boat as most captains have tackle for use by their customers. They probably already have a fishing license that cover fishermen also. Note: You have to use circle hooks with NO offset. Florida law. Those should already be available on the loaner tackle.

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