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Found some old stuff in the bunker and it bought back some fond memories of stream fishing in the Adirondack's. Pretty cool stuff.....

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what do you have there 3 abu garcias and a mitchell 300??
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There are three Cardinal's, two Cardinal 3's and a Cardinal 4 and the black reel is a Quick 110. I also have the Quick 550 which is there saltwater spinning reel.
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ive never seen a quick 110 or a 550. i use abu's for most of my fishing, hard to beat a 5500c
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Here's a Quick 550 for ya.

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i take it they are fairly old??
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At least 35 years old.
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 QUICK=Good stuff!!  
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I grew up using the older Pfleugers and Mitchells. I still have a couple laying around too.
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Nice... I thought I was the only weirdo keeping stuff like that?
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Nope. The one reel I wish I kept was a Bogden salmon reel that I got from a friend who needed cash back when we were in college. It was a handmade fly reel, even the screws. The guy who made them, Stanley Bogden passed away a few years ago and they are worth big bucks these days.
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Thats a shame, stuff happens I once had a whole mess of phlueger and Bomber and other type bass lures in the original boxes ....yep trashed the boxes then the lures  i have a couple left and a couple reels ....whooda thought not me!
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Originally posted by rifle looney rifle looney wrote:

Thats a shame, stuff happens I once had a whole mess of phlueger and Bomber and other type bass lures in the original boxes ....yep trashed the boxes then the lures  i have a couple left and a couple reels ....whooda thought not me!
 
Man, all that stuff is collectable especailly in the original packaging.  My favorite growing up in Florida was the Mitchell 300.  Couldn't tell ya the number of bass I caught on mine!
Good memories, nice flashback dude.../Thanks!
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