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Old 07-09-2017, 15:37
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Mark Swaby Mark Swaby is offline
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That's true Ian,i suppose a sardine can would be better in size to cast.This was a long time ago and i seem to think Trevor West wrote something up about the tuna can dropper.
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Old 08-09-2017, 20:05
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Tuna cans are all right for close in work. Underhand cast. But you can cast them with a 2lb test rod using braid a fair way if needs must. It helps on the retrieve if the can is punctured full of holes to let the water pass through and helps push the contents out I suppose.
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