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Old 05-01-2013, 12:20 PM
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Default Re: Economical Premium Reel Advice

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Originally Posted by rawtrout View Post
What about Orvis:
the access looks real nice (pun intended), although I am not sure if it being a "mid" arbor is a huge deal.
Also, anyone know anything about their clearwater large-arbor.
I just picked up a clearwater 10 foot rod which is a real joy.
I had the clearwater II then swapped it with the Access IV. Nothing wrong with that reel, but the drag isnt fully sealed. I am the kind of person who wants versatility in my gears. So in this case i wanted my reels to be able to swim in the salt as well. But of course, i still have to rinse the reel after usage but less worry when using it in the salt.
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