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Old 04-18-2018, 08:20 PM
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I have a Bass Pro Shops Johnny Morris Carbonlite right hand 5.4:1 with 10lb fluorocarbon on it for sale. Has a cheap BPS aftermarket handle on it, the original snapped a crank handle off of it. $50 obo on this one. If they donít sell in 2 weeks theyíre going on eBay for auction.




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Old 04-18-2018, 08:25 PM
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Quantum PT EXO for sale also. It is a 7.3:1. Spoiled with 30lb power pro and 20lb seaguar invizX leader. $50






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Why ya selling the exo?
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Old 04-20-2018, 08:52 AM
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Why ya selling the exo?


I donít like it. It acts like it doesnít hold the adjustment. The carbonlite, I bought it a couple years ago for throwing big deep diving cranks like a strike king 6xd and it doesnít throw them well. So Iím gonna sell these and buy what I know works well for me and thatís Lews reels. If they donít sell then they will be paper weights.


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Old 04-23-2018, 10:47 AM
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EXO is sold.


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Hey . . . I'm side-tracking your thread a little Skillet; hope you don't mind.

Noticed you have your reel seated to a BPS power hump bionic blade rod. I've been using these for about 20 years (used to get 'em at the beginning of the year for $19.99 and would buy 3 at a time).

The last two I've purchased have had major defects (ceramic guides broke, and tip snapped without use - literally, just fell off while winding line on).

Curious if you may have seen the same. I love the balance (maybe I'm just too used to it); most of my rods are bionic: trolling, spinning, casting.
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Old 04-23-2018, 06:27 PM
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Hey . . . I'm side-tracking your thread a little Skillet; hope you don't mind.

Noticed you have your reel seated to a BPS power hump bionic blade rod. I've been using these for about 20 years (used to get 'em at the beginning of the year for $19.99 and would buy 3 at a time).

The last two I've purchased have had major defects (ceramic guides broke, and tip snapped without use - literally, just fell off while winding line on).

Curious if you may have seen the same. I love the balance (maybe I'm just too used to it); most of my rods are bionic: trolling, spinning, casting.


Itís not a bionic blade, itís the crankiní stick. But I havenít had any issues with it. Deezlteck has a bionic blade rod that he uses for deep cranking and no issues with it either. I have had some of the older bionic rods and they were great rods. Sounds like the rods you bought were built on hangover Monday!!!! Lol


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HA! hate to be the poor sap that bought....wait a minute....lol.
I love it. The one i currently have is super light and buttery smooth. Yours will make a perfect addition.
You said all your items come with a lifetime, full replacement no questions asked warranty right?
You prefer fake money, stolen credit card or rubber check?.....asking for a friend.
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Old 04-24-2018, 02:15 PM
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HA! hate to be the poor sap that bought....wait a minute....lol.

I love it. The one i currently have is super light and buttery smooth. Yours will make a perfect addition.

You said all your items come with a lifetime, full replacement no questions asked warranty right?

You prefer fake money, stolen credit card or rubber check?.....asking for a friend.


Tail light warranty, and real money. Cash, not coins. Iíll take coins but the price goes up 50%...

It is a smooth, light reel. But it just doesnít work for me.


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