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Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under #14530315 11/09/22 08:23 PM
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Well the holidays will be here before you know it. I have a brother who enjoys bass fishing, just not quite on the same level as me. Looking to get him something for around $100. If you could receive anything around the $100 mark what would you want? I was thinking of like a 200 yard roll of some Tatsu and some jackhammers, or something along that line.

What say you?

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Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14530751 11/10/22 01:33 AM
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Shimano SLX 150 Reel or 13 bags of Senkos.


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Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14530817 11/10/22 02:17 AM
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4 Megabass 110's in different colors -- then have fun

Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14530855 11/10/22 02:41 AM
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Depends on what he already has. I’d do a combo pack and skip the Tatsu (if he’s not hardcore), a buzzbait and other goodies.

Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14530862 11/10/22 02:48 AM
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A gift card
That way he can get what he wants

Girlfriend tries every year to buy something for me for w by and it’s a fail
Love the notion but let him get what he wants


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Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: Fish Killer] #14530905 11/10/22 03:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Fish Killer
A gift card
That way he can get what he wants

Girlfriend tries every year to buy something for me for w by and it’s a fail
Love the notion but let him get what he wants



Great point, wife and kid get me all kinds of junk that never sees water.

Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14530932 11/10/22 04:06 AM
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My fishing licence or I have 4 choices to choose from
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Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14530937 11/10/22 04:18 AM
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Maybe a subscription to one of those monthly tackle packs.

Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14531175 11/10/22 02:24 PM
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No brainer. One of these or all 3. TW Gift Card, Bass Pro Gift Card, Academy Gift Card.


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Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14531305 11/10/22 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by NateRich5797
Well the holidays will be here before you know it. I have a brother who enjoys bass fishing, just not quite on the same level as me. Looking to get him something for around $100. If you could receive anything around the $100 mark what would you want? I was thinking of like a 200 yard roll of some Tatsu and some jackhammers, or something along that line.

What say you?


Not a hug 6th sense guy but....6th sense has an assortment of "sacks" you can order that will have a variety of stuff in them and you'll get a pretty good bang for the buck with them. I ordered a couple for my nephews for christmas this year.

Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14531307 11/10/22 03:58 PM
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Many of the good ones have been stated above...I've got nothing

Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14531328 11/10/22 04:19 PM
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Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14531440 11/10/22 05:57 PM
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Rod sleeves if they don't have them.

Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14531572 11/10/22 07:42 PM
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Re: Fishing Gifts for $100 or Under [Re: NateRich5797] #14531621 11/10/22 08:21 PM
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Does he fish from a boat or is he a pond bass fisherman?

Just in general I would get a collection of proven gear. I appreciate a gift card but unless he is hard core he will likely fish with whatever you choose especially if you sell the items with big bass stories. Jack Hammers or Megabass 110's or a yellow magic topwater are good because they catch fish and are at a price point that he might not buy for himself. A collection of pond baits can be fun because that usually means future fish catching. A couple of bigger ticket purchases like above, some tungsten weights, a couple of sizes of quality worm hooks, couple packs of worms, a couple of squarebills, some small spinnerbaits and buzzbaits, a few jigs, a few lead heads and keitech swimbaits should eat up a hundo pretty quick, provide a nice haul and create a really fun gift pack.


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