Beach fishing: $30 Vintage Reel VS $1200 Shimano Stella

Beach fishing reels can range from $10 to well over $1000. What are we really paying for in a fishing reel that is so expensive? Today we will be talking all about our gear we have chosen to invest in, and the reasons why we chose what we did! Senko Skipper Surf Fishing Adventure Kit: http://bit.ly/SSKIPPERSTORE Make a donation Ocean Concervacy: http://bit.ly/senkoOceanConservacy - - If you have your own Fishing YouTube channel and you're looking for tips and tricks, we've written a guide to help you grow! Full of advice from our own experience, you can download your FREE PDF here: http://bit.ly/sksktips Check out our Website: http://bit.ly/senkoweb INSTAGRAM: @SENKOSKIPPER Find us on Facebook! @Senko Skipper Vintage Fishing @Senko Skipper Fishing Community Interested in more Vintage Fishing gear? Check out our new Vintage fishing Facebook page! Search: "Senko Skipper Vintage Fishing"

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Beach fishing reels can range from $10 to well over $1000. What are we really paying for in a fishing reel that is so expensive? Today we will be talking all about our gear we have chosen to invest in, and the reasons why we chose what we did! Senko Skipper Surf Fishing Adventure Kit: http://bit.ly/SSKIPPERSTORE Make a donation Ocean Concervacy: http://bit.ly/senkoOceanConservacy - - If you have your own Fishing YouTube channel and you're looking for tips and tricks, we've written a guide to help you grow! Full of advice from our own experience, you can download your FREE PDF here: http://bit.ly/sksktips Check out our Website: http://bit.ly/senkoweb INSTAGRAM: @SENKOSKIPPER Find us on Facebook! @Senko Skipper Vintage Fishing @Senko Skipper Fishing Community Interested in more Vintage Fishing gear? Check out our new Vintage fishing Facebook page! Search: "Senko Skipper Vintage Fishing"

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Miguel Plascencia
Miguel Plascencia - 2 years ago
Hey ive been watching your vids man and have learned some of your techniques and i agree and use them but i would like for you to make a video on penn reels where i live a lot of people use penn(peer, senator,jigmaster,squider,etc) basicaly i always see those dark red reels and wonder why man im new to the hobbie amd the only thing i know is that their old reels
Catfish_ cody785
Catfish_ cody785 - 2 years ago
Haha your pops is pretty cool
Catfish_ cody785
Catfish_ cody785 - 2 years ago
Heck yea bro thats pretty cool i didn't know that about the sandbars
Kevin Timson
Kevin Timson - 2 years ago
I hope that stella doesn't just have to bottom fish all the time. That's like having a race car that you only idle around town with.
lojo.fishing
lojo.fishing - 2 years ago
vintage fishing equipment has never looked so good!!! lol
Tyler Torfs
Tyler Torfs - 2 years ago
Basically a van stall vs shimano Stella
Spike Hunter
Spike Hunter - 2 years ago
I own one, I didn't buy it, inherited it, I've got 3 of them(my grandad bought one and got the other 2 as gifts)
Edward Ng
Edward Ng - 2 years ago
Your face is the answer. Haha. Stella 1 vs You 0.
Daren Thigpen
Daren Thigpen - 2 years ago
Senko, I never see that grey reel look like old past about 1945-1980. And Steela is new around expensive like 2013 crazyier years.. the cost..

10. comment for Beach fishing: $30 Vintage Reel VS $1200 Shimano Stella

Jeff Stryker
Jeff Stryker - 2 years ago
I have a Stella and it’s the best reel I own and I normally a Daiwa man. My friends say why do you buy expensive reels I say you get what you pay for the reel is so smooth and will last you a long time if you look after it.
Daniel Cheuk
Daniel Cheuk - 2 years ago
To be honest, the Stella SW was built to take big fishes, it shines when you are consistently handling fish over 30lbs. You can only feel the smoothness of the reel when catching smaller fishes. When hooked to the big ones the drag is amazing strong, yet very smooth!
pro fisherman spanser
pro fisherman spanser - 2 years ago
I’ve got a Shimano stratic FK 3000 and I bought it for fresh and saltwater. The only justification I have for buying a Shimano Stella is you’re offshore tuna fishing
Tianlong Zhu
Tianlong Zhu - 2 years ago
Because it is made in japan
thefishinginHS
thefishinginHS - 2 years ago
Stellas and similar reels are usually targeted for catching big fish that take a lot of drag out. So you need that strength from the reel so it doesnt break as well as that drag power so the big fish dont strip you clean on line
declan wick
declan wick - 2 years ago
Lol you have a Stella when you arent even good at fishimg
rizalcasserole
rizalcasserole - 2 years ago
The only reason i chose stella reels is ...it's smoothness....hence jap's products.Then again for surf fishing, in my opinion , its not the the full used of the features.unless you use it like youtuber named Blacktiph used it for beach shark fishing....Huge spool & drag power.
You can always used others likes of baitrunners, surf reels etc.i only use stella for jigging/popping trolling..etc for offshore used...
KVN
KVN - 2 years ago
I bought that same stella last year and got scam. Lost soo much money and i could not get it back. Might just get the new 2018 one in a retail store this year.
Tassie Divers
Tassie Divers - 2 years ago
is that mono on a Stella? YUCK!
Black white
Black white - 2 years ago
They not 1200 anymore. I currently using the fi4000xg, it is amazing reel.

20. comment for Beach fishing: $30 Vintage Reel VS $1200 Shimano Stella

Aussie Fishaaa
Aussie Fishaaa - 2 years ago
Depending on what you fish for, you need a Stella. I generally fish for land based tuna, mackerel, sharks of the rocks and have gone through countless reels swimming and dunking reels under water, when I could of just bought one good reel. So I eventually bought a Stella, and it has been amazing. Tuna and mackerel also destroy cheap reels. The drags a shit, bad corrosion resistance.
Antonio Camargo
Antonio Camargo - 2 years ago
Why use a Stella as a surf reel? That's like taking Sports car offroading. Damn googs
Kiko PH
Kiko PH - 2 years ago
Cyril from netflix chasing monsters uses shimano stella too :)
speckle1234
speckle1234 - 2 years ago
8k stella with 100lb braid on an ocea jigging rod brought up pb tuna @142lbs well worth the money smoothest drag and the reel has not been service in well over 4 years and still smooth like a new one.
Fishy Fishing
Fishy Fishing - 2 years ago
I do fishing videos in Australia I do saltwater rivers and oceans I also do a little bit of freshwater videos I just need to buy a GoPro headstrap and I will start fishing videos but for now I'm doing simple tackle talks and more stuff like that I done my first catch and cook yesterday I would appreciate if I got a sub thanks. Loved the video it was great I been watching your videos since 1000 subs !
Tackle Advisors
Tackle Advisors - 2 years ago
The consistency in which i find bad and flat out wrong infortion on your channel is amazing. Shame since I'm willing to bet your core audience is <21 years old.
Tackle Advisors
Tackle Advisors - 2 years ago
LOL...Thanks but don't worry about it. lol...Senko skipper should just stick to offering entertainment. He lacks the knowledge to try to be informative. I don't watch much of his channel unless someone says watch this and laugh.....Some are worse than others. I loved the video where he tells you tackle shops are overcharging and don't spend money with them....and 2 mins later hes selling a 10$ spool of leader, 5 bucks of hooks and sinkers for 30$. Oh and that BS pdf file......face palm...lol
AFORWW
AFORWW - 2 years ago
Tackle Advisors I take it with a grain of salt. I will say though, I'm sick of hearing about the Sinko fishing kit.
AFORWW
AFORWW - 2 years ago
North Aliping Is that the best you got? Typos? The guy knows his shit about fishing and equipment. You on the other hand, just a face in the crowd. Go be irrelevant elsewhere.
North Aliping
North Aliping - 2 years ago
Tackle Advisors dude you really need to learn how to spell
Tassie Divers
Tassie Divers - 2 years ago
you tell em man
gray 157
gray 157 - 2 years ago
Loved the "reading the water" segment. Knowing how you select your spots, how the tide (in/out) changes what you see are great added tips. BTW, my Dad uses a stella when he fishes with me for salmon in AK with all the silty mud. I give him a hard time about it too. Fishing with Dad...priceless.
Scott Stokes
Scott Stokes - 2 years ago
Just wanted to let you know, I went surf fishing for the first time ever this weekend and caught a ton of whiting and pompano. I also caught some weakfish and speckled trout off of a boat. I tied my own pompano rigs and used fish bites with shrimp thanks to your videos.
Liam Diffee
Liam Diffee - 2 years ago
Lmao if I spend $1200 on a reel I'm gonna like it. I'll stick to my penn battle II
Matthew Gonzalez
Matthew Gonzalez - 2 years ago
Well this wasn't well thought out. Stella isn't a surf reel. It's mostly a jigging or big game reel. This comparison makes no sense.

30. comment for Beach fishing: $30 Vintage Reel VS $1200 Shimano Stella

Landon R
Landon R - 2 years ago
I believe that you gave out some bad advice on the reel choice for beginners because some vintage reel are difficult to function and they may assume that all reels are like that even advanced anglers have a hard time using vintage reels so this means that less people may fish and go to drugs(sad but true)
Landon R
Landon R - 2 years ago
Obw this is a bad test because it should compare the amount of line it can hold,how user friendly it is,drag,and durability.
jariol
jariol - 2 years ago
Nice video Spinnfisher V it's tough holds a lot of line good for salt water and the drag is tough with a good sound for your videos. Pair that with a 7' rod and your good to go
Steve G
Steve G - 2 years ago
Rue Mer reels are collector items,unlikely to come across such a reel and if you do,keep it for display only.There are serviceable reels for fishing for as little as 50 dollars, how long and how hard one fishes determines what reel one should buy.Nice family and video.
SoCalMike858
SoCalMike858 - 2 years ago
A Stella is overkill for surf fishing. It was made to be used on large pelagic fish offshore for anglers who want a spinner versus a conventional reel.
Gabe Shepard
Gabe Shepard - 2 years ago
U should make a rod and reel and test it for a video
TroyboyQUE
TroyboyQUE - 2 years ago
Pops has DEEP POCKETS x 3! Is he a surgeon or a rocket scientist? Go Pops!!
Barry Iwashita
Barry Iwashita - 2 years ago
At least u look good if ya had one.. lol.... my motto is spend what u can afford on fishing , that’s why there’s a wide range of prices an models. Anytime u want to upgrade from what u got there’s a lot of information out there to b had. Bottom line is learn what works fo what fish u r going for first
shiroikin
shiroikin - 2 years ago
you don't have to get a cheap "ventage" reel. get a Shakespeare 30-40 dollar combo.
Mark Shane
Mark Shane - 2 years ago
Where about are you guys fishing in Florida?
shiroikin
shiroikin - 2 years ago
Why the f would you spend $1200 on a fishing reel? At that price it better have it's own fish finder and also bake me cookies while I wait for it to catch fish for me.
littlegoobie
littlegoobie - 2 years ago
good work with the line. I do the same thing because i've seen birds with line balls caught in their feet or wings and there's nothign i could do.
Phillips Va. Fishing Channel
Phillips Va. Fishing Channel - 2 years ago
I love using vintage reels. Great idea for a video Senko Skipper.
John Vogel
John Vogel - 2 years ago
I worked my way up from cheap reels to the Stella. I have been fishing since I was 6 years old and always wanted to try the Ferrari of fishing reels. Plus, if you think of how many reels you buy that are lower quality and don't last? Well the Stella will last and also has a 10 or 15 year warranty. I don't remember G Loomis is also super expensive, but you can snap your rod in half and they will replace it with no questions asked. That also is a warranty for 10 years to break it at one time and have it replaced. Anyway, I didn't pay full price. I paid 50% of the cost because I got into a Shimano VIP program. So once I got in that program, it was game on for the Stella finally. One you go Stella, you can't go back. Other reels just don't feel the same anymore.
John Vogel
John Vogel - 2 years ago
By the way.... The new Shimano Ultegra looks a lot like the Stella but at 25% of the cost. It's also very smooth and works well in the surf. I got one for Christmas this past year. I have been using that in the bay recently and it holds up well. I only use the Stella now for tournaments, because like your dad said.... You need to take good care of them, and sometimes I just don't have the time....
Stilweel
Stilweel - 2 years ago
I guess there's no real reason to own a Stella, but this is what i tell my girlfriend. There comes a time when equipment hampers the performance. I need to excel in my hobby.
Norman L
Norman L - 2 years ago
Mate shit comment ..."vintidge" meaning at that time it was probably the best. its many years later with new tech of witch there is cheaper reals for " beginners " fuck off back to ware you come from or are you also vintage "cheap" reals from the past ....IDIOT
Tim Bynum
Tim Bynum - 2 years ago
@Senko Skipper you ever come to hawaii to fish?
Eduardo De La Cruz
Eduardo De La Cruz - 2 years ago
I prefer a Shimano Sienna over a vintage reel... it works really goog and I think it is perfect for a beginer.
National Guardsman
National Guardsman - 2 years ago
What size was that Stella??https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1A0p0F_iH8
OutofWORKoutdoors
OutofWORKoutdoors - 2 years ago
rather go with an 100 dollar reel over any vintage reel. especially for beginners. Using crappy old gear will be a big turnoff for noobs.
Ethan Gross
Ethan Gross - 2 years ago
Actually I would suggest that you go and buy a rod/reel combo at Wal-Mart that you know is new and will work for about 10.00

50. comment for Beach fishing: $30 Vintage Reel VS $1200 Shimano Stella

salaadin
salaadin - 2 years ago
As a current owner of 6 Stellas and 4 Saltigas, buy once buy right. Any reel can do the damage but it depends on your fishing scenarios and your budget. There isn’t a right or wrong price for a reel or rod as the fish doesn’t discriminate. Your budget entitles you to not feeling as exhausted after fishing and opens up the different fishing scenarios you can enjoy.
KC Fishing
KC Fishing - 2 years ago
buying something vintage is pretty stupid for a beginner. Get a low end reel because times have changed and it's a good way to get somebody to hate fishing when you give them gear that won't work. as you can clearly see he struggled with that old peice of s***
Zachary Sinkule
Zachary Sinkule - 2 years ago
Agreed
vash347
vash347 - 2 years ago
I own a few Stella's and while I agree they are expensive, it is for a reason. The build quality, durability and power are unmatched. These reels perform at 100%, 100% of the time. You can catch a monster fish and have confidence that your equipment won't fail. When you're a finesse fishermen everything is a factor and your equipment is a representation of yourself. Perfect knots, correct rod for reel, proper line and hooks, etc. You're talking about a totally different experience from a novice. Having said all that - a 30 dollar rod and reel combo is all you need to start. What you definitely do need is knowledge. I've fished with spools of line before when I'm traveling for work and find a body of water. The most important thing is knowledge and technique.
Cesar Ramirez Jr
Cesar Ramirez Jr - 2 years ago
You should buy him the same setup And give it to him. That would be nice
5aled Shamlan
5aled Shamlan - 2 years ago
The only time I use a Stella is when I'm speed jigging for Amberjacks and tuna
William Roberts
William Roberts - 2 years ago
Good thing you got that stella, those panfish that u catch in the surf really fight hard
Shane Russell
Shane Russell - 2 years ago
Where are you fishing?
Ng Jun Wei
Ng Jun Wei - 2 years ago
Own a 2014 Stella Fj i can only say it worth every penny, experience next level of confident and enjoyment fishing. which will you choose buying a 20 cent pen or a 2 doller pen for your examination ? thats the question
Teodor Cotofan
Teodor Cotofan - 2 years ago
Does that Stela really cost 1200$??
Patrick Smith
Patrick Smith - 2 years ago
Over here in Britain we call them" rig wallets" great idea ,talking about your pre tied rigs obviously !!! like your films and your fishing style generally !!!!
icewall flatearth
icewall flatearth - 2 years ago
sustainable fishing? ocean conservation? Ban All commercial fishing. anyone selling or trading of seafood faces life in prison. catch and give or eat only. catch and release also illegal 10 yr min. lol
Raymond Williams
Raymond Williams - 2 years ago
it's a great real that's powerful and when paired with a good rod in my case an st. croix legend trek rod it like your father said a "well-oiled machine" and can catch anything on the surf.
Muhammad Ikmal
Muhammad Ikmal - 2 years ago
my cousin has 5 basicly he told me why he spend lot of money because he want that high quality once he cought 24 pounder peacock bass and 26 punder bass and i i ask him one but he gave me the broken one!@
icewall flatearth
icewall flatearth - 2 years ago
$1200 can buy a lot of fish . the societal conditioning to have a $1200 rod for non commercial use is incomprehensible.
Christopher Bingle
Christopher Bingle - 2 years ago
Stop kidding yourself you want that stella lol
Sam Schoenberg
Sam Schoenberg - 2 years ago
You put the Shimano Stella to shame
SJ Yak Fishing
SJ Yak Fishing - 2 years ago
Your Dad Rocks. You get what you pay for. Shimano are the best reels out there i like the Van stalls also but for smoothness you can't go wrong even the lower end shimano reels are super smooth and durable.
Nick Martyn
Nick Martyn - 2 years ago
With fishing everything gets better with more money u spend useually an personally I would buy a 1200 $ reel I fish enough to buy one I have multiple 300 plus dallar setups an the more you go the better the craftsmanship It depends u have to do your research look for what you need I really don’t recommend buying a reel of these price points unless your serious an you fish a lot
Ron Hawkins
Ron Hawkins - 2 years ago
I've bought trucks that ran for less than that reel.
cayminlast
cayminlast - 2 years ago
I like it !! Fishing with my dad, those were the days. Brings back so many amazing memories, thanks !
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
You are very welcome. Happy to bring you back to a good time in life
Karen Lawrence
Karen Lawrence - 2 years ago
Stella
Haz A
Haz A - 2 years ago
I think you should always buy the best you can afford, the last thing you want is being attached to a great fish and having your gear let you down, even new anglers , because you'll very quickly be discouraged and not want to fish again as a new angler.

On the flip side unless your popping for GTs mackerel or big tuna the Stella is a little overkill.
Brad Griffin
Brad Griffin - 2 years ago
I love a bit of Senko after work...as in 11pm when I get home on any night (including Sundays).
Olee
Olee - 2 years ago
I like senkos videos but they spend so much time sometimes just babbling about crap hes said a hundred times already or about things that don't really help with fishing. I like it more when he just keeps it simple n says what bait and a quick run down of gear and just gets to fishing. It's fishing not rocket science.
Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant - 2 years ago
I love how stoic and wise his dad is.
Harley Vass
Harley Vass - 2 years ago
Hey guys! I've just started getting into surf fishing but I don't have a surf rod! Any tips for using a smaller rod at the beach? (It's an Abu Garcia muscle tip III, 7")
Gixxster
Gixxster - 2 years ago
You gotta seriously stop making those stupid faces on your thumbnails, but your Chanel is pretty entertaining..
Daniel Farren
Daniel Farren - 2 years ago
I own many reels and I don't own an expensive one but I would for sure.
oakland002
oakland002 - 2 years ago
The reason there's expansive stuffs out there is because there's others out there that's willing to buy them too.

Great video

Question: hey can you cast the vintage reel without opening the bail?
oakland002
oakland002 - 2 years ago
I think it's more of a status ego thing , meaning so you can show off that you've got the money.

If you're going for just stats of the reel, there's lots of other affordable reels out there that has similar or better stats .

Side note : most expansive gears are made with very better quality materials , lighter, stronger , faster, last longer ... but it doesn't mean you HAVE GOT TO GET THE VERY EXPANSIVE GEARS, to get the job done .

There's been times when fishing and the guy with the most expansive gears get skunk , while our $20 combo landed the most fish .
But there's also other time that we all get fish
Eliya Duek
Eliya Duek - 2 years ago
Let's buy him the stella
Dave Holland
Dave Holland - 2 years ago
500.00 is my Max set up. You can really tell the difference when you fish quality. But the only time I do quality is when it's on sale. Very nice video dude. Keep them coming!
87akingify
87akingify - 2 years ago
My most expensive reel is $100, and so far my $50 reels have caught more fish! Lol.
Lil L
Lil L - 2 years ago
Maan you don't have to buy those old reel you can get a nice daiwa reel for 25 $
Henrik Jakobsen
Henrik Jakobsen - 2 years ago
Go Daiwa..
Hollywoodsquitv
Hollywoodsquitv - 2 years ago
The most ok spending on a reel is 50 bucks and that’s with tax included. Great job on talking about cleaning up
Mr. Queen
Mr. Queen - 2 years ago
Stealla for sure.
Redneck SharkRigger
Redneck SharkRigger - 2 years ago
LOVE THE VIDEOS!!!! Try a daiwa bg. I have an 8000 which is the biggest and I put 450yds of 80lb braid and 250yds of 100lb mono. It’s an amazing reel and I can catch 200lb bull sharks if they run correctly. It only costs $100 and they have smaller sizes as well
Austin13
Austin13 - 2 years ago
Van staal is a level above that even
Melody Knowles
Melody Knowles - 2 years ago
In My experience with we peir fishin always use a drop shot rig
BP-Fishing
BP-Fishing - 2 years ago
11:21 Brandon: “Oh my! - WOW! The smallest pompano in the world!”

https://youtu.be/ji28LvxHGvc
2:30 me in this video /\ : “Hold my beer”
jeremy bertuch
jeremy bertuch - 2 years ago
Great video guys like to fact your cleaning up the beaches and putting out a great message.... if everyone followed your example our beaches would look pristine again
Cody Horton
Cody Horton - 2 years ago
Hey senko it's me again in a really big fan and I wanted to ask how much your packets cost
Breeze Life Fishing Gulf Breeze, FL
Breeze Life Fishing Gulf Breeze, FL - 2 years ago
You should never spend 1200 on a reel
Keith VonBernewitz
Keith VonBernewitz - 2 years ago
You guys are fantastic. Keep up the good work!
Nhia Xiong
Nhia Xiong - 2 years ago
I have a stella 2000s, love it.
That's the only nice thing I have.
Yokichi kaneko
Yokichi kaneko - 2 years ago
Cool dad!
TheMasterCasters
TheMasterCasters - 2 years ago
Those Stellas are so beautiful, but thats my entire bank account in one reel lol. I would never spend that much on a reel unless I become rich somehow. My max is probably $300 but since I don't have that spending power atm maybe $150-$200
Pistol Pete
Pistol Pete - 2 years ago
You seem like a very great guy, and if my dad would have stuck around yours would be a really cool one to have. Thanks so much for your helpful information and your girlfriend wisdom. I wish more people would care about the environment like that.
Mossy Caden
Mossy Caden - 2 years ago
What your dad said you get what u pay for it is very smooth it’s very strong the drag is great

100. comment for Beach fishing: $30 Vintage Reel VS $1200 Shimano Stella

Will White
Will White - 2 years ago
What bait where u using
Will White
Will White - 2 years ago
Bait I mean bait
Victor Munoz
Victor Munoz - 2 years ago
Do You know how to use a baitcaster ?
DonMega DonMega
DonMega DonMega - 2 years ago
Man I love your videos! It’s cool to see you bond with your father and girlfriend together while fishing, I wish I was able to bond like that with my dad but he’s always busy working but I do bond more with my girlfriend because of fishing and maybe I get to bond with my kids in the near future while fishing together! Keep up the great work
dlvmark
dlvmark - 2 years ago
A great post until you started preaching to me about the regs.
Icyfuzzy gamer
Icyfuzzy gamer - 2 years ago
I bought a penn beach combo for like $50 it’s not that expensive
Ramon Hernandez
Ramon Hernandez - 2 years ago
I may be a loner here but I loved the sub titles in your older videos, keep up the good work!
ROBERT WATKINS
ROBERT WATKINS - 2 years ago
I would never pay that much for a reel i like you old reels are just as good
Raymond Ang
Raymond Ang - 2 years ago
I uses them for GT popping. They are the best to handle big hard fighting fishes. But they are not so expensive if you know where to get them.
Paul Brand
Paul Brand - 2 years ago
I love what you guys do, what you stand for and your dads cool calm demeanor!
mASSTERCASTER
mASSTERCASTER - 2 years ago
You get what you pay for
Dominick Escalera
Dominick Escalera - 2 years ago
Still have a lot of respect for the Chanel
iVd yunus
iVd yunus - 2 years ago
Awesome video, i really like it broth.
GasNBullets
GasNBullets - 2 years ago
@Senko Skipper . have you done or do you know of any videos on re-surfacing or restoring vintage poles. As in older poles that arent shiny anymore, but not something that has cracked. Just preventing any fibers from escaping the pole into your hand....
Peter Kim
Peter Kim - 2 years ago
I think that the Stella really shines in offshore vertical jigging. It has the power and speed for it.
Naomi Newton
Naomi Newton - 2 years ago
Wow u spent that much on a fishing reel?! Priorities aye
David Collins
David Collins - 2 years ago
Your pop is the man
David Paul Rodriguez
David Paul Rodriguez - 2 years ago
Excellante...wait is that a word? Either way Great video!
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Ya haha maybe in a different language! Thanks David!
djchinatown
djchinatown - 2 years ago
Do you fish when it's high tide, or low tide, or doesn't matter?
Ron Hawkins
Ron Hawkins - 2 years ago
As long as the water is moving, doesn't make a lot of difference.
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Moving tide!
George M.
George M. - 2 years ago
Just try the saragosa
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
I’ve got 2!
Goingfishin'
Goingfishin' - 2 years ago
Good stuff. Shimano Stella is the flagship of Shimano
Bailey vlog's And more
Bailey vlog's And more - 2 years ago
Your girlfriend is so beautiful, and kind! Ur a lucky man..
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Yes she is! And yes I am!
stephen chiappetta
stephen chiappetta - 2 years ago
I've never even been ocean fishing. Only fresh water.
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
If you ever get a chance you should try
David Guidi
David Guidi - 2 years ago
Dad said it best "if you nag long enough you'll get it" lol
David Guidi
David Guidi - 2 years ago
Senko Skipper trust me when you get married begging works wonders I have to beg and plead for a 44 dollar combo just to review on my fishing channel
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Lol he must speak from experience
michael sibilia
michael sibilia - 2 years ago
screw stellar get a van staal
Mark Mcdonald
Mark Mcdonald - 2 years ago
I own a Stella 2500 that I just purchased. I was fortunate enough to get it for 50% off. I paid $400 they retail for $800. It’s by far the best spinning reel i’v ever owned.
Mark Mcdonald
Mark Mcdonald - 2 years ago
It’s the smoothest real I’ve ever used, the drag is awesome. It lays line on the sport perfectly, which prevents wind knots when using braid. It looks like a work of art, almost too nice to fish with. My only gripe is that it's a little on the heavy side but that's because it's all metal.
Edward Thayer
Edward Thayer - 2 years ago
There is a HUGE difference!
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Lol yuh
GasNBullets
GasNBullets - 2 years ago
@Senko Skipper . I just picked up a vintage rod with a PENN 65!!! $10 for the package!!!. All I need to do is re-string wrap and glue the eyelets just to be on the safe side.
GasNBullets
GasNBullets - 2 years ago
Senko Skipper ad me on skype if you skype InspireVeterans@gmail.com would like to chat with you at some point.
Billyboy
Billyboy - 2 years ago
It’s all about relativity, if you bring home $500 a week Of course a $1200 real it’s going to seem expensive. But if you’re bringing home 50,000 a week or even $5000 a week for $1200 real doesn’t sound so bad lol
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
True true it’s all about perspective
AFORWW
AFORWW - 2 years ago
I sold a Stella. Maybe it was just the idea of fishing with something so expensive but I like my Daiwa BG 8000 more.
AFORWW
AFORWW - 2 years ago
Tackle Advisors LMAO that analogy is great.
Tackle Advisors
Tackle Advisors - 2 years ago
LOLOL...Shishamo for the win!!! Cool! Been wondering how they'll perform in the long term in the salt! Good to know! I have a few 08 stella sw's that split time between the surf and tuna. They're tanks...although they get a bad rap as being lamborginis. They're essentially an elan musk version of a hummer :)
AFORWW
AFORWW - 2 years ago
Tackle Advisors lol you're sounding like a Shimano fanboy sir... ;) By the way, that crado K I bought after speaking with you is holding up pretty well to the saltwater. PS, I'd still take my BG over the Stella for surf fishing. :P
Tackle Advisors
Tackle Advisors - 2 years ago
Daiwa sucks!!!!! ;)
littlegoobie
littlegoobie - 2 years ago
if you're into baitcasters, Daiwa rules, but there are many upper end spinning and conventional/round reels also. It's difficult to see if you only look at the stuff available in north america. Most people have no idea that Daiwa's offerings are well above shimano's lineup, but they don't make their rounds to the stores because shimano has a great marketing team that captured the consumers over here over the last 30 years or so.
AFORWW
AFORWW - 2 years ago
Redneck SharkRigger mines going out for shark today lol. My 8000 is specifically for offshore and medium sized sharks from the beach. And yea, you're not the first person to actually use it underwater and it be good. They are awesome reels
Redneck SharkRigger
Redneck SharkRigger - 2 years ago
AFORWW I love my BG8000 too. It does work. Submerged under water chasing a school of Spanish mackerel and washed it off and it was smooth a week later. I caught a bull shark but that’s bc I had it set up for shark on that reel and it decided not to run too terrible much.
AFORWW
AFORWW - 2 years ago
james loerzel I've been eyeballing them. But at this point I've got a pretty decent arsenal. Now I'm working on shark rigs. Daiwa 900h and a Pen 9/0
james loerzel
james loerzel - 2 years ago
AFORWW the new slammer 3 are very sweet to, but cost $200 but you get all brass gears
james loerzel
james loerzel - 2 years ago
I love my bgs and for $75-90 you cant bet the deal
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
I have some friends who are strictly daiwa. They are great for sure
shawn shawn
shawn shawn - 2 years ago
Great video ... your face changed when you reel that $1000 reel hahaha.
Could you do some videos on reading the waves /beach. The information you gave about the sand bar and trough was simple and clear.. I am not sure as to where exactly to cast . Do I cast infront of the sandbar or behind it ? Where are holes deeps located? Plz help ,thanks.
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Yes! Also if you check out our surf fishing pdf that has some info in there as well about reading the beach!
juan amezcua
juan amezcua - 2 years ago
Should i buy a saltiga instead of a stella
james loerzel
james loerzel - 2 years ago
Look at the new penn slammer 3, i love mine, has all brass gears
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Haha maybe some day, but the Saragossa has gotten me this far! Haha and I still love it
juan amezcua
juan amezcua - 2 years ago
I feel lucky to even get your reply
I fell you should save for a stella in a near feature
juan amezcua
juan amezcua - 2 years ago
Thanks
juan amezcua
juan amezcua - 2 years ago
I will buy the saragosa you got
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Depends which brand you like better. I’m team Shimano!
Herbert Diaz
Herbert Diaz - 2 years ago
just what is the older reel?
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Ru pacific
Dexter Teng
Dexter Teng - 2 years ago
Born Lucky Yeah I heard that the warranty is a bit sucky. But i think overall the reel performs really well with big fishes.
Born Lucky
Born Lucky - 2 years ago
Saltiga awesome reel but warranty and service sxxk. Senko come cape cod canal I try you my 6500h and 5000h Saltiga.
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Have yet to try saltiga but I have heard great things
V Ounnarath
V Ounnarath - 2 years ago
Your dad is tight. He probably make enough money that he can buy the finer things in life and it makes him happy.

You should cut off the half bail on your vintage reel and convert it to a Bailess pick up like the van staal
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Haha good idea. Half bail kinda silly
cayminlast
cayminlast - 2 years ago
I could never spend that much, thrift stores and pawn shops are a great way to get good quality used rods and reels for your hard earned money. I have inexpensive/discount combo's I got twenty years ago, that still catch fish.
Redneck SharkRigger
Redneck SharkRigger - 2 years ago
Try a daiwa bg. Depending on what you’re targeting you can get any size really. I have an 8000 which only costs $100 and it does work. Legit have submerged it under saltwater up to my neck trying to get to a school of Spanish mackerel.
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Lol, yea. Fishing gets expensive haha I’m sure you know
OutNAbout415
OutNAbout415 - 2 years ago
I say instead of buying fishing gear.....if you have friends try out there gear if your into fishing or not
shiroikin
shiroikin - 2 years ago
Thats what I do. I let my friends that come out and fish with me use some of my extra Shakespeare combos.
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Goooood idea. Try your friends first
RJ Wolf
RJ Wolf - 2 years ago
Hey @senkoskipper I have a bunch of them old reels alot of antique and some little newer then that on if you want them
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
I’d like to see, join us on Facebook or shoot us an email!
John Gonzales
John Gonzales - 2 years ago
Your theory on used vintage equipment for beginners is spot on.

Now, the reasoning behind the High end gear for more seasoned folks is longevity.

I started off like many others using bargain equipment. As I became more involved in the sport I found that the bargain equipment, reels specifically, just weren’t lasting more than a year.

Being in Texas I’m blessed to be able to fish not only the gulf coast (2 hour drive), but also two power plant cooling lakes (15-30 minute drive).

So, I started progressively getting better gear when I could. And not only does that gear last much longer but I’m able to fish more variety of fish/waters because the higher end gear can be used for both.

For example, my Shimano Stradic 2500, $300, can be used for pulling in everything from perch to bull red fish.

For example, I can take that same reel and put it on a 7’ high modulus blank/rod and fish the shore at the lakes.

Than I can put that same reel on a 9’ rod and throw lures in the surf.

Now as for the Stella, I use my Stella for big game fish in the surf and on the occasional deep sea charter for tuna. The only difference is in the surf it’s attached to a 12’ heavy surf rod chunking 3-5oz plus bait where as in the charter for yellow fin I’ve switched out spools from 30lbs braid to 60lbs braid chunking lures on an 7’ Heavy custom rod built for tuna fishing.

Also, one of the natural things about using the higher end gear is that you will be much more confident in going after the bigger game fish than you would be using a $20 Reel because it is just built better.

Those technologies that have been put into the Stella have also been put into some of Shimano’s mid priced products as well.

I’ll end it with a funny story from years ago fishing the surf of Padre National Seashore here with a great friend that showed up with a bargain surf combo.

It was mid November and we ran into the bull reds pretty hot and heavy. They were cruising the second gut. Well after he’s second bull red he’s reel busted. The main shaft literally bent and bound up causing the main gear to strip.

I was using an older Shimano bait runner 5000 series and managed to land 27 bull reds that weekend without a hiccup.

But the short answer to your original question is as you start to up your game/skill set you’ll start to look at better gear.
Greg C
Greg C - 2 years ago
Would love to go fishing with you guys! I haven't tried ocean fishing yet but I have everything I need to do so, I'm just far away from the shore. Would love my first time to be with you guys! Come up to Washington and take me fishing please!!!! :) @SenkoSkipper
Realdealbassin Hollifield
Realdealbassin Hollifield - 2 years ago
Tackle direct has buy 2 get 1 free on vanstaals
Holden GTS86
Holden GTS86 - 2 years ago
Get a shimano ultegra ci4 14000xtb way better surf reel then a stella. Only $325 AUD.
John Gonzales
John Gonzales - 2 years ago
Holden GTS86, I have the 5500 ultegra paired with a custom 11’ surf rod. And it’s my go too for casting lures in the surf. It’ll definitely get them out there!
war baby
war baby - 2 years ago
Great gear talk
Grouper 551
Grouper 551 - 2 years ago
Very nice that you go fishing with your dad. Priceless!
Richard Phan
Richard Phan - 2 years ago
Just buy a Walmart rod and reel instead. You can get a rod and real combo for like $30-$40
Jeremy Keith
Jeremy Keith - 2 years ago
Newbie subscriber. Fishing with the family is favorite past time of mine. Enjoy your vids and info I've gained in surf fishing especially! Your openness to suggestions shows your humble. Keep it up.
Pablo DeLaTorre
Pablo DeLaTorre - 2 years ago
Leave my chevy alone. But the Stella is a performance reel. I would fish with it but could never pay that much for a reel. The old school stuff was made to last and easy to repair. I love the vids keep them coming.
Dan Stephens
Dan Stephens - 2 years ago
Stella is a really nice reel and definitely worth every penny and it will retain the majority of it's value. If I hadn't put my money on a VS250 I would have opted for the Stella... Yet different tools for different purposes, Stella is fast oscillation and very powerful while the VS is a slower oscillation but still just as powerful
Dan Stephens
Dan Stephens - 2 years ago
I didn't notice much of a weight or stiffness difference in the slammer since I am rather used to it in a VS. But it does feel like you are cranking a winch... But that is what you get when you cram lots of seals into the body. Still not a reel I'd use rock hopping or wetsuiting (The Slammer that is) I picked up mine to use up at the Canal
John Gonzales
John Gonzales - 2 years ago
You are right on the slammer. One of my fishing partners has a couple. They’re not as light or smooth as the high end Shimanos.
Dan Stephens
Dan Stephens - 2 years ago
I think Penn might have been trying to give everyone the ''poor man" Stella when they came out with the Slammer III.
John Gonzales
John Gonzales - 2 years ago
Dan Stephens, exactly right. It’s different tools dependent upon how and where you fish. I bought my first and only Stella 3 years ago. But there where two big reasons for the investment. The first being chasing big toothy critters on the beach and the second, the most important probably, was I use it to chunk lures for yellow fin tuna on the one or two YFT charters I do a year.

It serves both those purposes well for me.
50ShadesOf Damon
50ShadesOf Damon - 2 years ago
Know how you feel. I bought Van Staals. Buy two get one free thing that tackle direct does. They are beautiful reels but I find my self taking way better care of them.. lol.. almost too mich
Tomiko Green
Tomiko Green - 2 years ago
Way to go Dad!!
Tomiko Green
Tomiko Green - 2 years ago
Cool
NobodyWhatsoever
NobodyWhatsoever - 2 years ago
A couple quick thoughts:

Firstly, it's not that we end up eating the plastic when we eat the fish. The plastic could easily kill what eats it! Not to mention that as it breaks down, it degrades into small enough pieces to starve out populations of bait fish, and other tiny organisms which rely in plankton to survive. The level of microplastics -- of plastic in general -- in our waters is astounding.

Secondly, I do similar when I'm hiking: I pick up trash others have left behind. I get looks, walking around with some camera gear (I take photos on some trips) and a plastic garbage bag, but it's worth picking things up. I cannot believe the number of people who think that whatever energy bar wrapper they drop is going to break down into healthy soil, not be picked up by animals or eaten, or clog a digestive tract. Hell, there are even people who are somehow convinced that a glass bottle -- something which is about as stable of a material as can be -- is going to break down into sand in a couple years, if they toss it into the woods.

So yes: It's worth picking up trash. It makes a small difference each time, but it makes a difference.
Edward Egnor
Edward Egnor - 2 years ago
Dad will give you one for your birthday lol
Hectic Gaming
Hectic Gaming - 2 years ago
I live in the uk and I’m a beginner to carp fishing but I’ve been fishing over 10 years and the rod and reels what I’ve got aren’t the most expensive the reels I’ve got is about £40-60 each and the reels are absolutely and there huge it can hold over 1000 yards it’s called wychwood big pit 75 pls buy one and do a review for sea fishing better than your dad’s reels
Edward Egnor
Edward Egnor - 2 years ago
2 or 3 rods for surf fishing 1 in between the bars and 1 in the cut and 1 on the outside of outer bar is best for getting the biggest fish
John Schwartz
John Schwartz - 2 years ago
For a couple of years now I've ben using a couple of Diawa DF 100 reels.They are very big and have an enormous line capacity. And they are only around 35 dollars. They are not smooth or easy to reel.But they get the job done.Pick one up if you can find it!!
Rʊ̈ɱвʟε
Rʊ̈ɱвʟε - 2 years ago
Nice G. Loomis beach rod. I wonder how similar it is to the one a certain 12 year old boy was responsible for losing. Hmmmmm?
Jack Bittner
Jack Bittner - 2 years ago
Nice video!!
Jesse Ogden
Jesse Ogden - 2 years ago
I am a fello fishing YouTubeer it would mean a lot if you would sub to me please.
Ace Rms
Ace Rms - 2 years ago
The « how to read the waves » section is precious
David Mercer
David Mercer - 2 years ago
I've always believed Shimano to make the best spinning reals. You can feel the difference when it's in your hand. I would like to learn more about reading the water. Very good stuff
David Mercer
David Mercer - 2 years ago
Thanks guys, love you
Joe Barnes
Joe Barnes - 2 years ago
Another great bid an very knowledgeable
Dominick Escalera
Dominick Escalera - 2 years ago
Stop giving false information about getting into the sport of fishing and buying cheap things, fishing is not a cheap sport and when you tried to cast the bait out with the old reel and you couldn't think about people who never fished before and how difficult it is going to be for them.
Keegan Winter
Keegan Winter - 2 years ago
I started of saltwater fishing when I was 3 with a zebco then now I’m 12 and save my money and by abets Saragossas and penns because I love the sport
Keegan Winter
Keegan Winter - 2 years ago
I like his dad tho he is really cool
Keegan Winter
Keegan Winter - 2 years ago
Dominick Escalera amen brotha
fuck you
fuck you - 2 years ago
bla blah penn 704 is life!
David&Mindy Chaplin
David&Mindy Chaplin - 2 years ago
Dominick Escalera to each their own bud. no everyone can afford pricey gear but still have a lot of fun. he also made it abundantly clear that this was his "opinion " Great video senko always love your way of teaching and sharing.
Dominick Escalera
Dominick Escalera - 2 years ago
I agree with everyone I started fishing with a zebco set up catching catfish in lakes but I had a combo that was not a hard as that old reel that senko skipper was using.
Siyuan Zheng
Siyuan Zheng - 2 years ago
Agree and disagree. If you do want to get into fishing, you have to spent some amount of money. But not an astronomical amount. This is my rods/reels for the past 3 years

Ugly Stik GX2 combo, $29.98

Ugly Stik Catfish 7ft spinning rod, $39.99

Okuma Longtitude surf 12ft rod, $26.98

Penn Fierce II 6000, $44.49

Okuma Ceymar C-55, $47.99

So yea $200 on 3 rod/reel isn't bad, and I'm still using them till this day. U don't need the super expensive gears to catch fish. Fish can be caught on any rod, just have to get used to the feeling
Pak De
Pak De - 2 years ago
agree/disagree.... fishing can be very inexpensive hobby or very expensive depending on how much money one has available to spend and the size of your ego. I've seen giant trevally and blue fin tuna caught on yoyo handline and big bass and catfish caught with a Coke bottle. I've personally caught literally thousands of fish on a simple bamboo pole. not because I couldn't afford anything else but because it breaks the sport down to it's essence...man against beast. same principle bird hunting with a single barrel shotgun. if you can't shoot then the extra shells won't make a big difference. money should not be limitation on enjoying the natural world.
Steven Henderson
Steven Henderson - 2 years ago
Dominick Escalera True,also that vintage reel looks complicated even for an experienced fisherman like me, if a beginner wants to start fishing i would start out with a dependable reel, walmart has some Shakespeare reels for 11 dollars which are not hard to use and are very dependable
blinky tran
blinky tran - 2 years ago
i only use my stella for offshore
blinky tran
blinky tran - 2 years ago
of course that thing fights tuna and marlins likes a champ
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Do u love it?
Basic_Fishing
Basic_Fishing - 2 years ago
lol haha awesome video. many of my surfcasting reels costed me $120 to $200 which i was pretty happy with because they were pretty good reels with smooth bearings and lot of line capacity. i recommend u to use the stella to target blacktip sharks lol
Basic_Fishing
Basic_Fishing - 2 years ago
lol the stella is a tough reel it can withstand a blacktip. in s.africa lot of beach sportfishermen use serious heavy duty reels like the stella or daiwa saltiga df to help them land big fish that would weight over 200kg
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Haha that would be crazy. That sounds about the price of my other go-to reels.
melfakir elfakir
melfakir elfakir - 2 years ago
Both of those reels are sweet!
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Thanks my friend! I love both of them
That Murder Inc.
That Murder Inc. - 2 years ago
There has to be a purpose for that half bail. That's a big gamble for a company to take just for looks. I wonder what it is though
That Murder Inc.
That Murder Inc. - 2 years ago
Senko Skipper it appears that the full bail was patented and the half bail was companies way around the full bail patent. No idea if its true but that's about the only logical thing I found.
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Yeah I would love to hear more about the half bail
PulzeGaming
PulzeGaming - 2 years ago
Well worth the money
jordan whentfishing090
jordan whentfishing090 - 2 years ago
I have a collection of vintage reels and rods
jordan whentfishing090
jordan whentfishing090 - 2 years ago
i like all my reels my favirote rod are bamboo one because there sensitive can u sun to Jordan whentfishing090 i would love it its my bday and commet on one of my vid
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Awesome! What is your favorite
Conner Lee
Conner Lee - 2 years ago
U should do something other than surf vids for once.. No offense
Ismaeel Gazalie
Ismaeel Gazalie - 2 years ago
I actually love there surf videos.
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Just released a 20 min episode 2 days ago on the pier
jordan whentfishing090
jordan whentfishing090 - 2 years ago
love ittttttttttt
christian park
christian park - 2 years ago
Like if your Asian.
zeenat mahomed
zeenat mahomed - 2 years ago
How to download the PDF fishing guide please
zeenat mahomed
zeenat mahomed - 2 years ago
Make videos 3 times a week please l love them.lm from South Africa
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
The link is in the description of the video
Mike Appino
Mike Appino - 2 years ago
Tell your dad to check out the new Van Staal VR50. Hard to find, but when I did I sold my Stella’s...
Mike Appino
Mike Appino - 2 years ago
vash347 ya, ok...
vash347
vash347 - 2 years ago
Mike Appino His dad doesn't need a waterproof reel. His dad is a reserved, calm, clean fishermen. He's not going to go into the water to his chest and crank underwater. The van Staals do not compare in smoothness and operation... Not a good suggestion specially over a Stella
Jer-z Grown
Jer-z Grown - 2 years ago
Ryan Nattor price doesn't always dictate what you're looking for, especially considering the type of fishing Brendans dad is doing. Tbh, I think the Stella is overkill for the kind of fishing he is doing but it is his preference when it's all said and done. Why not try a quality reel for a fraction the cost?
Mike Appino
Mike Appino - 2 years ago
Ryan My Stella’s we’re older. Most I paid for mine was 600. Shimano’s are smooth operating but not built like a tank. That’s where the Van Staal VR Series come in. Drop them in the sand, mud, surf or whatever. Use them for whatever type of fishing you want to do. Can’t think of a better fishing reel for any kind of fishing especially kayak fishing. I’m talking with over 50 years experience. Check them out. Might be as surprised as I was. Biggest bang for the buck!
Ryan Nattor
Ryan Nattor - 2 years ago
Mike Appino Stella are a lot better why did u sell it a Stella is $1200 and the reel u like is $489
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Wow really? Ok
יצחק אסרף
יצחק אסרף - 2 years ago
HI The explanation of the waves is interesting, I often try to learn how to read the waves, I think I have something to learn, so thank you very much for the explanation.
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
You are very welcome!
airborne fishing
airborne fishing - 2 years ago
Over time you will see the stela pay for it self you will go though more reel than one stela
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
That may be true!
la la go fast car
la la go fast car - 2 years ago
5th hey are you going to yacht club comunity park pier in cape coral, fl
la la go fast car
la la go fast car - 2 years ago
I just bought a 7 Foot Ugly Stik big-water with a Penn Fierce 2 8000 live line
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
No not that I know of
Nikash Nandlal
Nikash Nandlal - 2 years ago
Can u test out more bait
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Woohoo!
Artsy Trend
Artsy Trend - 2 years ago
Lets go STELLA!!
Brahim Ziani
Brahim Ziani - 2 years ago
Shout out to me please I'm first
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Wassup! Shoutout to Brahim
Sam Coble
Sam Coble - 2 years ago
First
Sam Coble
Sam Coble - 2 years ago
Love the vids... learn so much from you guys
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Nice! You rock!
Senko Skipper
Senko Skipper - 2 years ago
Nice! You rock!

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