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 Posted: Sun May 29th, 2011 10:54 am
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rockfisher
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Joined: Sat May 7th, 2011
Location: Palmerston North, New Zealand
Posts: 15
Equipment: Rods AFAW 6+ Bait, AFAW Tourno Match,AFAW Grand Prix, Reels ...
Best Catch: 24 pound Snapper,37 pound yellow tail kingfish
Favorite Fishing Spot: East Cape New Zealand
Boat: nil
Club: WSAC- Wellington Surf Casting and Angling Club,Feilding Surf Casting Club
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About to purchase alot of these sliders, but one question for you guys,
I have found by using a Tulip bead over my knot attached to my welded ring I.m not getting bust offs but my question is if I use 50-100 pound trace I cant use a Tulip bead do you guys have any other ideas to stop the friction on the knot,we use the sliders on the yellowtail kingfish down this way and some of them can get up to 40 kg off the rocks and beaches so any help would be great,

Dup has some of the better products in the market :)

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