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Mr. JigStike,
Just sent you a pm
If any others are interested in vintage jigs-here they are.

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You still need reels Bushy?

I have at least one 500, and possibly 2, that you can have.  I think you gave me at least one of them, and I never used it, so seems only right to go back.

Also have a couple of 209's that may be good newbie reels as they be levelwind.

And last but not least, I have a Senator 3/0.  It's more or less a 500 class reel, with bearings I think  Probably has a lot of common parts.

Lemme know!

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was that the 500S?

Sure, I'll take em.  209's are really good client reels with the level-wind.  thanks.

bring them tomorrow?  See you!

Bushy

You still need reels Bushy?

I have at least one 500, and possibly 2, that you can have.  I think you gave me at least one of them, and I never used it, so seems only right to go back.

Also have a couple of 209's that may be good newbie reels as they be levelwind.

And last but not least, I have a Senator 3/0.  It's more or less a 500 class reel, with bearings I think  Probably has a lot of common parts.

Lemme know!

-Allen




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The old tuna sticks. I need to tune these up and get them wet.


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You still need reels Bushy?

I have at least one 500, and possibly 2, that you can have.  I think you gave me at least one of them, and I never used it, so seems only right to go back.

Also have a couple of 209's that may be good newbie reels as they be levelwind.

And last but not least, I have a Senator 3/0.  It's more or less a 500 class reel, with bearings I think  Probably has a lot of common parts.

Lemme know!

-Allen

Are you selling the 3/0?


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You still need reels Bushy?

I have at least one 500, and possibly 2, that you can have.  I think you gave me at least one of them, and I never used it, so seems only right to go back.

Also have a couple of 209's that may be good newbie reels as they be levelwind.

And last but not least, I have a Senator 3/0.  It's more or less a 500 class reel, with bearings I think  Probably has a lot of common parts.

Lemme know!

-Allen

Are you selling the 3/0?

If Bushy doesn't want it, I might ...

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Dig up some salmon stuff that I havent used in years. Found my Penn 65 dusty and rusty! Rinse and lube works like new again :smt044 love mine glad I found it.
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