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Old 07-15-2017, 12:09 PM
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Default L.L. Bean 500 Guide Series Reel and Spare Spool ($175 now)

L.L. Bean 500 Guide Series Reel and Spare Spool

Made by Hardy in the early 90's, last chance to own a quality multiplier!

Brand new, never used, 3.5 diameter

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Old 08-15-2017, 09:23 AM
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LLB Guide reels made by Young not Hardy.
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Old 08-15-2017, 02:12 PM
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One was sold on ebay for 50..Would you take 125?
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Old 08-15-2017, 04:23 PM
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LLB Guide reels made by Young not Hardy.
My bad, guess I received the wrong info from the fella I got it from. Still, a nice reel.
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One was sold on ebay for 50..Would you take 125?
I saw that one, it was pretty dang rough looking and no spare spool.

If I can't get close to what I'm asking for this setup then I'll just hang onto it, I'll find a use for it sooner than later.
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Do you think this would be a little big for a 5wt?
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Do you think this would be a little big for a 5wt?
Well that really depends on the 5wt, 15 years ago it would of matched up great because the rods were much different back then. Fast forward to today's tech, if its one of the newer "lighter than a feather" models then probably yes, its gonna be butt heavy.
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Have you sold? Still interested
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SOLD! Thanks!
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