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Bread wrote:

[God I'm so fat and I love food to much to stop eating, please somebody kill me]


You brought it on yourself fat boy.


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Bread is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo fat!!

And has expensive haircuts.

And I've got his and Dunc's rods, so they'd better start being nice to me :)



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Post by clarky »

Thanks guys,
As it happens i've just bought the super mag.... bloody fast will take some getting used to.

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Post by mogthemackem »

Just keep the brakes up to maximum until you get used to the speed. I now have my brakes off but have to put them on to 3 or 3 if using daylights or a flapper as the wind resistance is different. No doubt you'll get used to it quick enough

Bread

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mogthemackem wrote:Just keep the brakes up to maximum until you get used to the speed. I now have my brakes off but have to put them on to 3 or 3 if using daylights or a flapper as the wind resistance is different. No doubt you'll get used to it quick enough

and lots of oil !

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Post by clarky »

what's the best oil to use with the mag

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Post by codfather16 »

i just use rocket fuel is cheap enuf and it does the job :wink:

Bread

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try 10w40 engine oil as that works pretty well, but if youare just starting to use a multiplier, the thicker the oil the better to get the reel slowed down to stop fluffing up or birds nesting.

You don't want to birds nest the reel on your first cast, so get the brakes on full, lots of thick oil and don't overfill the spool. Fill it to about 5-7mm from the top.



Good luck.

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Post by codfather16 »

i am also new to using multipliers and i was wondering how to tweak the brakes on these reels i have a shakepere targar multiplier

could any of you fellers help me please cheers will :D :D

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Post by clarky »

sorry mate dont know much about multi's
if you start a post someone will see and help

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codfather16 wrote:i am also new to using multipliers and i was wondering how to tweak the brakes on these reels i have a shakepere targar multiplier

could any of you fellers help me please cheers will :D :D
What exactly do you mean by 'tweak'?

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