I would like to share some thoughts with you. I'm 47 years old now, but 15 years ago I had an aneurysm burst on my brain, leaving me like a new-born baby. I've had to learn everything over, My dad took me fishing my first time I was five. I've been at it awhile. Before the above catastrophe, if I wasn't working I was either fishing or hunting, depending on the time of year. Might be why I'm still single, haven't met Daniel Boone's daughter. Since I've been on disability, I can't go as much but when I do it takes my mind off of my problems and since I've gone back to using spincast gear it brings back a flood of memories of fishing with my dad. He passed away in 1973, I still have a couple casting reels, but those spincasters bring back such wonderful memories I figure if they do that it's worth using them. I sold a lot of tackle before my disability was approved. Sometimes I miss it but in retrospect it feels good to get back to the basics. If my spincasters will handle what I'm fishing for so much the better. Just being outdoors brings such a peace and comfort if I can catch a fish in the process then that's an added blessing. I give full credit to the Lord for my still being here and able to share this. I'm truly blessed in all things. I wish all of you the best life has to offer.