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Old 05-04-2009, 11:21 PM
 
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Question Martin Classic Fly Reels

Hey ALL;
Does anyone know How to get any of the old Classic Martin Fly Reels. I have one and I would like to get at least two more. I am Looking for the Model MC-56 and a MC-34. I have looked on the web and I can't seem to locate any. I know they are not made any more but, If someone has one they want to let go of or they don't really need I would pay a reasonable price for them.
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Default Re: Martin Classic Fly Reels

Jim,

Best I can do is suggest that you make the models you want a saved search on eBay. Every time one comes on for sale you will get an e-mail notice.

I have am MG-3 and love it. I feel it is every bit as classic as my Featherweight. Good Luck, do the saved search,

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Default Re: Martin Classic Fly Reels

my first thought was ebay too. my second thought, check out this site, scroll down to classic reels or the classified section.

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Default Re: Martin Classic Fly Reels

I have 2 old martins they are 62 s they are probly no good to anybody but me, Ireally like them , not interested in selling or trade right now, but probly would be interested in purchasing another 62, very simple and reliable reel there is hardly anything that can go worng with them. Thanks for listing regards Yellow Hammer
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