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Rig SaltWater

Hello all! I'm hoping to begin dock/surf fishing in Southern California. After a ton of exploration I have my eye on a Daiwa BG 4000 and an Ugly Stik Carbon 7' Medium two piece. I'm going for movability and toughness for around $200 and under. Will these function admirably together? What are a few fundamentals for an apparatus like this? (Sort of line, instruments, and so on) Much obliged to all of you and expectation everybody is holding up well during this time.

 

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@mojeni1889 wrote:

Hello all! I'm hoping to begin dock/surf fishing in Southern California. After a ton of exploration I have my eye on a Daiwa BG 4000 and an Ugly Stik Carbon 7' Medium two piece. I'm going for movability and toughness for around $200 and under. Will these function admirably together? What are a few fundamentals for an apparatus like this? (Sort of line, instruments, and so on) Much obliged to all of you and expectation everybody is holding up well during this time.

 

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