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Found in the middle of the lake near Lost Bridge. If it yours, message me the type of rod and reel and I will be happy to return it. 

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5 hours ago, J-Doc said:

If is long and straight, has a reel on it, and the handle is on the left as it should be.  

 

Am I right?  Its mine obviously.  😂

Why do you crank a baitcaster with your right hand, and a spinning rig with your left?     That's retarded!  😋

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49 minutes ago, aarchdale@coresleep.com said:

I learned late throwing a baitcaster so i had the choice, neither way felt natural at first, so i went with what made seemed the most practical 

Me too.

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13 hours ago, fishinwrench said:

Why do you crank a baitcaster with your right hand, and a spinning rig with your left?     That's retarded!  😋

I'm slow this morning, retarded to crank a baitcaster with right hand or retarded to crank a spin rig with left hand? or retarded for using one or the other?

I remember back when I was about ten and messing around with Dad's bait rigs, wondering why right handed men used reels designed for left handers, then I got a 333 and found out they were all designed for left handed people too. I finely got a Diawa spinning reel about 1970 that cranked with the left hand, so that you didn't have to use it upside down.

Stanley tape measures were designed by the same guy, if you hold the tape in your left hand so you can use the pencil with the right hand, all the numbers are upside down. Most tape measures are meant for left hand pencil use, but fifty years of using them makes the numbers look normal upside down.

I decided that most people that invent are left handed people and the righties just adapt and aren't smart enough to change things.

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