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Congrats Wingman! Winner of this weeks giveaway.

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By Shannon - Posted on 02 March 2009

Congratulations to wingman! He has won a 11' B n' M Santee Elite Pole by Whitey Outlaw Model: SE112.

Wingman, you will receive an email from me requesting your mailing address shortly.

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B n' M Santee Elite Pole by Whitey Outlaw Model: SE112.
Guys this rod is great.Never liked fishing the bushes because of my line getting hung up in everything and loseing my jigs. No problem with this pole, LOVE IT. Caught fish for 2 days and then lost about 8 inches of the tip. Dont think it was a product failure just one of those things that happen.With a little rigging im back in business almost good a new. B&M has a winner in my book here, everybody needs one. Going to get another rod end and another rod for my son. Go out and get you one of these you wont be dissapointed. I wounder how they work running a spider rig, nothing to get tangled up in? Thanks again crappiei 101.

Take a kid fishing!!!

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Thanks for the feedback wingman. I am afraid the Whitey Outlaw might be a little light weight for trolling but I have never tried it. The way B'n'M poles keeps their top positon is being innovative with new products. They have a pole for every crappie fishingi method and continue to launch new improved poles every year.


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Thanks Guys didnt expect it. New to site and enjoy it very much. Weather is getting better and going to try to fish some this week.

Take a kid fishing!!!

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A sonar-operated monitoring device mounted in a boat that is used to read the bottom structure, determine depth, and in some cases actually spot the fish; also called a fishfinder.

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