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Old 01-14-2012, 01:30 PM
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Good idea Fysh, will grab some out of the shop and snap a few this evening, was hoping the river would be down. I get a water proof camera for Christmas and haven't been able to snap a single fish pic because of the generation.

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Please do not take any "underwater" pics of the old tackle just to use that camera feature.
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See how nice it is to post about something old.
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i have a few old reels and a couple old glass, and a bamboo rods that i have collected over the years.
i used to collect pre 1950 bait casting reels, but stupidly sold them before i went to college.


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Like others I still have a few Old Fly Reels as well as some Old Mitchell & other Spinning Reels as well as some Lures from yester years.
I have two huge Plano Boxes of Lures,snap Swivels etc from about 15-20 + years back.
I had a friend tell me he knew of someone who would buy them,he also said I shouldn't expect to recieve a great ammount for them,I told him I knew there were heaps of people who would buy them at their price & if I ever wanted to part with them I wouldn't be giving them away at Fire Sale Prices,by watching eBay I know what these Lures sell for.
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heres a new,old, one-
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I still have, and occasionally use, my Garcia Mitchell 300 and 2508B rod and reel combination that I bought with my paper-route money when I was 13 or 14 y/o. (More than 40 years ago.)

Additionally, I have all of my Grandfathers equipment, including his favorite trolling rods & reels. He would troll Skaneateles Lake -NY Finger Lakes - for rainbows and lakers every Saturday, using stiff trolling rods, lead-core line, and Mooselok lures...
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