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During a trip to see family, I carry the Fenwick Eagle 3-Piece Fishing Rod and use it for saltwater fishing. I try to catch a big fish for my father’s birthday but fail. However, I do catch a new species called Surf Perch, the smallest Fluke ever, and a nice Rock Cod. How does the travel rod handle and is it worth carrying around? Please feel free to check out my video!

Plus, I share a few quick family highlights because, well… this is a trip to see my father, my brother and nephew, after all :)

Check out my other Travel Rod test videos:
Is Fenwick Eagle 3-Piece Travel Rod Good for Bass Fishing? (test)
https://youtu.be/grPmYVonc0c
Telescoping Travel Rod (KastKing) For Bass Fishing
https://youtu.be/Q_aVIQnmM2I

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The following gear I used in this video:
Fenwick Eagle 3pc spinning rod
KastKing Blackhawk II Telescopic Fishing Rod, Spinning 7ft, Fast, MH Power
Lews Custom Pro Reel (TLC3000)
Daiwa BG 2000 spinning reel
Stren Original 330 Yard Spool, 8 lb test, clear blue
Panasonic HC-V800

GoPro Hero 8

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illustration: winnebago

April 19, 2015

winnebago_by_al_lau

The Winnebago was a unique looking RV from the late 60’s with its strange polygonal shapes. It continued to be popular into the 70’s and 80’s. The brand was unmistakable. It had a “flying W” logo that stretched the entire length of the mobile home. A more contemporary, cooler-looking version of the Winnebago appeared in the movie Space Balls… with wings too.

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