Show off your BFS Casting Reels

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Re: Show off your BFS Casting Reels

Postby spookybaits » Fri Feb 03, 2017 3:17 pm

mada1594 wrote:
LgMouthGambler wrote:PX68R. Added a TDZ line guide.
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its crazy how much a little change like a line guide can make. I think that looks so much better than the original =D>

Agreed, that line guide just changes the whole face of the reel. It looks outstanding =D>

Wonder if that will fit on a alphas sv(and look as good). Non-disengaging LW might pose an issue? :-k

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Re: Show off your BFS Casting Reels

Postby LgMouthGambler » Fri Feb 03, 2017 7:58 pm

spookybaits wrote:
mada1594 wrote:
LgMouthGambler wrote:PX68R. Added a TDZ line guide.
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its crazy how much a little change like a line guide can make. I think that looks so much better than the original =D>

Agreed, that line guide just changes the whole face of the reel. It looks outstanding =D>

Wonder if that will fit on a alphas sv(and look as good). Non-disengaging LW might pose an issue? :-k


You can put a TDZ line guide on just about any Daiwa reel as long as its not a TWS.
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Re: Show off your BFS Casting Reels

Postby hoohoorjoo » Sat Feb 04, 2017 4:03 pm

The TDZ line guide doesn't fit an Alphas of any type. The hood is further forward vs. the Pixy. Trust me, I have tried it long ago. :(
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Re: Show off your BFS Casting Reels

Postby robchik04 » Mon Feb 06, 2017 10:59 am

Just got a Phenix k2 713c-ML. Can't wait to give her a whirl!
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Re: Show off your BFS Casting Reels

Postby frankdi » Wed Feb 08, 2017 12:41 pm

Sweet gear. Can't seem to get into the BFS myself. Probably a good thing though. Don't need another reason to spend a ton more.

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Re: Show off your BFS Casting Reels

Postby bonecrusher66 » Sun Mar 05, 2017 6:48 am

17 shimano calcutta bfs and custom bros pros bfs rod
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Re: Show off your BFS Casting Reels

Postby LowRange » Sun Mar 05, 2017 9:22 am

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Budget friendly combo capable of UL work.

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Re: Show off your BFS Casting Reels

Postby Mike and Pike » Sun Mar 05, 2017 10:19 am

bonecrusher66 wrote:17 shimano calcutta bfs and custom bros pros bfs rod
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That is a super sweet combo.
I have been purchasing Daiwa for casters for a number of years now and that gearbox alone may swing me back over for that reel .

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Re: Show off your BFS Casting Reels

Postby bonecrusher66 » Mon Mar 06, 2017 7:11 am

That is a super sweet combo.
I have been purchasing Daiwa for casters for a number of years now and that gearbox alone may swing me back over for that reel .

It really has smooth gears. I really have tried daiwa, my last was a steez sv. I just love shimano and keep comig back to them.


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