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Breakaway or Reel for JBL?

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daverdive

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I've got a JBL Competition Mag, and I'm taking a trip to Charleston SC to do some diving with a friend from College. He works with a couple of guys who shoot some decent fish and I wanted to get some advice before I go as to if I should get a reel or a breakaway rig to a buoy? I've shot some carp in Wisconsin with no problem and one smaller sheepshead in Florida. I'm hoping for some snappers or even a hogfish, and I want to make sure I don't loose my stuff or the fish. I'm trying to keep the cost down so any advice is appreciated.
 
slingshaft

slingshaft

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Yo, check out the threads on breakaway rigs. With the side line release on your gun, it is simple.
 
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