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Fish Tales - Casters Club!!


By shacklersrevenge

6 years ago



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#1213 2 years ago

Just picked up a FT today and it's been about 10 years since I played it and I had a question.

On ball launch it sails through the loop and is supposed to hit left flipper? Right flipper? Or go straight down the drain?..lol. Once in a while it does hit the gate or something and goes down by pops...but most times it is right down Main Street...if I hold the left flip, it sometimes hits the end and redirects to right flipper. I just didn't know if it was maybe the loop itself that is off?

Any suggestions on how to stop the immediate drain...I'll try re-leveling tomorrow. Will steeper or less inclined help? What flipper should it be hitting?

Thanks!

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#1219 2 years ago

I would be careful adding fishing plastics lures to your pin. I fish a lot... weekends with kids, bass tournaments etc... those plastics worms, frogs, grubs, fish etc... have a tendency to melt into some plastics such as Plano boxes, tackle boxes, jig skirts, blades and other plastic and non plastic things, etc... Not just guessing here, it happens all of the time. I for sure would not trust them inside my own FT pin. I think if you used some hard body crank baits or stick baits, that would be okay though.

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