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No more crows nests?

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#2
Very interesting concept. Is this for sale yet Rip?
Regards Robert Jacobs
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#3
And I am going to remember which side the spool was at the last cast ?? :blue-rolleyes:
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#4
Maybe a mechanical click over that force you to go to the next side can do the trick
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#5
I think it was launched at ICast in July but haven't investigated further, maybe someone can.
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#6
Looks very much still like a prototype to me, unless it is an old clip
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#7
Hmmm... for everyone not using a Quantum??? :blue-rolleyes: :eusa_silenced:
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#8
Cash in your pensions. GO and invest with this guy. LOL
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It would seem patent pending and not much info available so it's either top secret or not getting off the ground? Don't like the fact that there is no level wind function. Who knows.
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Navrik Wrote:Very interesting concept. Is this for sale yet Rip?

Possible concept flaws...? :blue-doubt:

Might there still not be some sort of line twist if your 1st cast was a long one and then your second cast much shorter?
In which case the twisted line from the 1st cast would be sitting on the spool and not be in the water/air and thus not be able to be "untwisted"?

Line twist also has something to do with the type of lure you have on the end.
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