Which is bigger pimpin?

which reel rocks?

  • bougle centenary (green one)

    Votes: 8 61.5%
  • perfect

    Votes: 5 38.5%

  • Total voters
    13
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golfman65

Guest
#1
Ok, to bring some true levity to the board...

Two reels, both classic in their own ways...both screamers..

The green bougle centenary matches up nice with the green wooded reel seat and highlights up the rod...the perfect is a 3.5 wide and holds the line with room to spare but is a little on the small size...but otherwise it's a perfect fit...

Yeah can always switch back and forth..but what the hell, what do you think?

A reel mystery?
 

Salmo_g

Well-Known Member
#2
Nice reels to be sure, but I've never been attracted to the reels that have the handle on the wrong side. So I have Salmon Marquis I and II, Viscount Salmon, St. John, and St. George.

Sg
 

Ed Call

Well-Known Member
#5
J. W. Young and Son's 1535 or 1540 if you need more space.
What is that pink and purple fabric thingy on your wrist near your watch?
 
#7
why you not keep that hardy perfect on that boutique rod? that just a meat stick.... for me, only hardy perfect...

TIM!!!! TIMMMMMMMM!!!!!!
 
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stewart dee

Guest
#9
Ok, to bring some true levity to the board...

Two reels, both classic in their own ways...both screamers..

The green bougle centenary matches up nice with the green wooded reel seat and highlights up the rod...the perfect is a 3.5 wide and holds the line with room to spare but is a little on the small size...but otherwise it's a perfect fit...

Yeah can always switch back and forth..but what the hell, what do you think?

A reel mystery?
This is a joke right?
What is that cute bracelet thingy?
Did you know that your rainbow sticker looks like its fading on your suv? Time for your 4th sticker?
 
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golfman65

Guest
#13
you guys talking smack about my bracelt? Oh I don't think so bitches..Lol

Ok, I got it from one of my daughters friends who was selling them to raise money for a trip to africa..
I'm a sucker for that stuff..

Well figured I had to add something to all the fun on here...Erik, stop sending old pictures of fish YOU caught to timmy...he sends them to me with fictional accounts of HIS fishing skills..lying bass turd..
 
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golfman65

Guest
#14
I'm going with the perfect. The louder the prouder!
p.s. Yeah I knew your answer...

that's the new boutique rod that I was talking..a 12'6" 5/6 mks...sweet and powerful..

That bougle maybe the dryline reel for it...
 
#15
Nice reels to be sure, but I've never been attracted to the reels that have the handle on the wrong side. So I have Salmon Marquis I and II, Viscount Salmon, St. John, and St. George.

Sg
you must cast left handed if you think the handle is on the wrong side for you!

nice reels, keep changing up depending on your day.
 

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