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Old 12-11-2011, 08:18 AM
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There we go! What a a beauty
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Old 12-11-2011, 08:48 AM
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Here are the photos, thanks for the idea Frank.

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Ard,

Still nothing there for me. But, when I write this message back to you, in the text box, I can see the links (but of course, you can't open the links in the text box).

Frank, thanks for the pic from photobucket; that McNeese reel is a real beauty!

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TT, love them Bauers! The McNeese is a slick piece of work too..... I was tempted to bid on one I was watching on Ebay. I didn't know anything about them(had no idea it was a/r), just that it looked like an interesting reel. It went cheap too, cant remember how cheap but it was under $100....Changin' my name to WishinIhadbaughtit......lol
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Allan,

Now that's just plain wierd...........................I'm at a loss for words and that does not happen often
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TT, love them Bauers! The McNeese is a slick piece of work too..... I was tempted to bid on one I was watching on Ebay. I didn't know anything about them(had no idea it was a/r), just that it looked like an interesting reel. It went cheap too, cant remember how cheap but it was under $100....Changin' my name to WishinIhadbaughtit......lol
McNeese, as in Dave McNeese?

If so, if the content of an ongoing thread in a major PNW board is to be taken at face value, the gap between 'ordering and paying up,' and actually getting anything grows wider by the moment.

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What a gorgeous chunk of metal!
I'm struck with the definition on the zebra wood grips. Like wow man!
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That Ecklund reel is BEAUTIFUL! I'd feel bad fishing with it, it would probably occupy an important place in my house instead.
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The mail man just dropped off my new Abel Super 6...... Shown mounted on my new Scott S4 956-4 that was left on the porch saturday.


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Very nice! Enjoy!
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