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I had to look that one up Scott.... It's a rare one.... but a reel with a silent check can't get my vote. I like screamers.

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For me Screwback CFO's (Designed by Stan Bogdan, made by Hardy) and of course 31/8" Hardy Perfect.
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I had to look that one up Scott.... It's a rare one.... but a reel with a silent check can't get my vote. I like screamers.

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Had a girl friend once who was a screamer. She was also evil. She bought me an alarm clock that sounded like a drag ripping out. More than once she set that thing to go off at five am just to watch me jerk bolt upright and reach frantically for a non-existent rod like I was in Apocalypse Now. Pure evil I tell you!
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Default Re: Holy Grail

Those original Hardy Cascapedia reels circa 1930 (I think) are pretty nice............. I have one of the British made reintroductions and a couple Perfect's in salmon sizes so I don't really want anything but an original Cascapedia at a bargain price would be hard to turn down.
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I had to look that one up Scott.... It's a rare one.... but a reel with a silent check can't get my vote. I like screamers.

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Thanks,do you think there would be any interest in it,if i were to sell it?
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There's something for everyone... you just gotta find them. Old reels are a niche thing. Interest would be light.

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