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What's a good general purpose lake fishing rod/reel?

I'm just getting back into fishing, which I havn't done since I was a kid. I'm mostly going to be doing some casual fishing of catfish and bass on the lake with my dad. I know that it's best to have different rod/reel setups for different fish and situations, but for now I want to keep things simple. I'm on a budget, but don't want to take awful gear out on the lake. I'm thinking about a 6 foot Medium action Ugly Stik and a Mitchell 300Xe reel. Am I in the right ballpark?


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Im 9 and i HATE babysittin! i would say get them all together and read them a story they will all agree on.Then tell them (not exactly like this )if they dont shut up their parents will never come home and live in the place of their dreams.about the kid who wets her pants make her ware diapers.And the coloring just give them a lot of paper!!!DUH.one last thing,the mom and dad who complety spoil them,tell them if they dont pull it together and be strict for about 2 years(AT LEAST)then just quit!!!ps if u want a new guitar get a higher paid job.Really hope this helps!!! ;)
This sells UV resin and Magic Glos by Lisa Pavelka is another. Both are cured either with natural sun or via a UV light such as a nail art lamp. If you choose not to use resin, but really want some great gloss, then I recommend Fimo Lacquer. Fimo Water base varnish is not as shiny, but the Lacquer is thicker. It sells in little bottles with a brush attached so you don't need a solvent to clean the brush each time. The Lacquer makes the mica shimmer.

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