Why wouldn’t I dig up some bones here? I know that this is an age old controversy but I’m curious about the thoughts of some real fishermen about the right vs left debate. So I believe that I may have been born a south paw but a severely broken left arm at a very young age may have contributed to my being a righty as an adult. Example: When I shoot pool I automatically shoot left handed. Same with a rifle. I am left eye dominant for sure. Other than that I am right handed. Yesterday I traded a right handed spinning reel for a left handed Convector CV 20 DLX. I pondered the trade before shaking hands, (we shook right hands BTW). When I was holding the reel and imagining it being on a rod, I realized that the spinner I was trading had the handle on the left side as well. I had never thought of that fact. Have any of you ever rolled the dice and switched over? If so, did you regret it?