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B&M Poles are tough


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By Woods - Posted on 16 March 2011

Hey just wanted to share with you guys a B&M Poles story. I watched Tony Hollins catch this freshwater swordfish (spoonbill catfish) on a 14 foot B&M PST. These poles are durable and sensitive at the same time and that is why I use and recommend them.

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I catch some big fish on B-n-M Bucks 12' jig poles. Caught a Gar last August on a jig that was over 4'

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Catch lots of Bass , Catfish, Drum, Carp, Buffalo, and others while jigging for Crappie.

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