What brand of spinning reel is the best for bass fishing in Kentucky?

I live in Kentucky and can catch bass anywhere from 2lbs-10lbs. I like to fish with buzz, spinner baits and plastic worms. I want a nice spinning reel that can hold a significant amount of line with 10lb test. I am not wanting to pay a boatload of money. Shoot me some suggestions! Thanks!

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A couple of other posts have suggested a Pfleuger reel, and I agree 100%! The Pfleuger President is by far my best spinning reel, and you would not be disappointed with it.

best rigs to use with a spinner reel/rod?

i have a spinning reel and rod..new to fishing but have learned much..have a 6 6 pole medium and a good quality reel that supports up to 12lb tess…the lakes i fish in have bass, brim, trout, catfish, and a few others..question is what is the best fishing rig to use for my setup to catch any of the above…tried a carolina type rig earlier but with no luck..didnt really know how to properly cast it..any info welcomed..

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almost everyone who uses light tackle on fresh water has the same rod and reel set up, personaly ive never been a bass guy so i cant help you there. and their isnt any real setups for those rods for all those fish. for cat fish i can tell you the way to catch them everytime no matter what.

take about 2 feet of line, place a number 6 hook and the top…move about 6-8 inchs down and place another hook, then 6 inchs from that place another, then at the very bottom of the line place a hook w/1oz lead sinker. at the top hook use a worm or maybe a blood worm, because the hook w/bait will be the farthest from the bottom and this will allow it to flow with current somewhat, most fish like bluegill and perch will eat that. now the other 2 maybe 3 hooks will be for catfish because the heavy weight will hold those down, use fresh chicken livers.

What is the best kind of rod and line to use for spinner baits when bass fishing?

Spinning rod? Fiberglass baitcasting rod? light? medium? medium/heavy? heavy?

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Me personally, I’m not a big spinnerbait kinda guy. I’ll use ‘em occasionally. At night usually. Most of them are between 1/4 ounce and 1/2 ounce. I use anywhere between 8 and 12 pound line with a light to medium-heavy action graphite rod. For the big, Colorado-bladed musky-sized spinnerbait that I have (it weighs about 2 ounces), I use my heavy flippin’ stick with 15 pound mono. I can launch it a good country mile.

I never, ever use a spinnerbait with a spinning rod, not even the small ultralight ones. If I wanna toss a small spinnerbait, I’ll use my dad’s ultralight Pixy outfit. Spinning rods just don’t have the correct action for them. And the reels don’t have the right.. what’s the word? The right… schtick.

Best film for LOMO spinner?

Hi there!

I’m looking to buy a LOMO spinner as it looks like a great gadget. The only think is, I can’t find any information on the best type of film to buy for it, and I’m not a camera buff by any means!

Obviously it will be a 35mm canister, but which CN / ISO rating would be best for a camera that’s spinning? The site lists films from CN 100 through to 800 and I have no idea what any of them mean!

I’m willing to have a go at trial-and-error with a couple of them … but doing them all would be pricey!

Many thanks in advance for your time and help!
Apologies, I knew I forgot something! Here’s a link to the LOMO spinner;

http://uk.shop.lomography.com/spinner-360

Thanks for your response BigAl, but I didn’t ask anything about the build quality or what you thought of the camera, only the best film to use in it.

I’ve already asked a couple of high street places if they can process from this camera and they’ve said they easily can. I don’t mind paying above the odds for the amazing and beautiful shots this camera is capable of taking … with the correct film! If it breaks after a short time, I’ll get a refund.

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Look, it’s a heap of plastic juink selling at possibly 150 times it’s production cost and it doesn’t even tell you that getting the film Developed and Printed is going to cost around £15 per film because of the non-standard format. Your High Street processor can’t handle this format.
Even at their “reduced (snigger snigger)” price + 2 films + D&P would set you back around £115 for perhaps 20 pictures?
And that is if the camera keeps working for 2 entire films – doubtful.