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Post 07 Feb 2008, 14:59 • #51 
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Thanks Jamie. I owe you.

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Post 17 Feb 2008, 16:31 • #52 
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Martin MG 5/7
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Post 17 Feb 2008, 16:38 • #53 
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Medalist 1594 RC
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1494½ RC, 1495 RC, 1495½ RC


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Post 17 Feb 2008, 16:40 • #54 
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Pfluger Medalist 1499
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Post 19 Feb 2008, 15:25 • #55 
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Langley 165 166 175 176 185 186


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Post 21 Feb 2008, 05:20 • #56 
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Very nice reels Jamie. You're likely to start a new collecting trend.


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Post 22 Feb 2008, 17:45 • #57 
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Thanks to Jamie, Howard, Barry and all the recent posters. This discussion continues to build a "paperbase" accessible to anyone, anytime-

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Post 19 Mar 2008, 05:31 • #58 
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Post 05 Apr 2008, 01:33 • #59 
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evanslmtd, I just used your papers- which I don't own- to tune a couple of Martins. The exploded diagram of the 27-part 72SR was particularly reassuring when it cam time for reassembly Image


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Post 05 Apr 2008, 11:52 • #60 
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Post 25 Jun 2008, 03:05 • #61 
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Here's the paper from the Young made Shakespeare International series from the early 1980s.

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Shakespeare 2850 2851 2852 2853


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Post 25 Jun 2008, 03:47 • #62 
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Excellent. I'm glad to see you revive this thread! It's been quiet for a while ...


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Post 03 Sep 2008, 16:17 • #63 
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Here are some pictures of the pamphlet that came with my old Medalist.
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Medalist 1492 1494 1495 1495½ 1498 1595


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Post 05 Sep 2008, 00:20 • #64 
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Very nice roadking- that's a very clean paper, and there are a lot of Medalist fans on the forum!


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Post 05 Sep 2008, 04:34 • #65 
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Nice to see this section become active again. Does anyone by chance have the papers for the Orvis version?


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Post 20 Sep 2008, 01:46 • #66 
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Ron and I were thinking we should feature some vintage reel ads here on the Reel Papers thread.

If you've got 'em, let's see 'em! Here's a classic to get us started ... can anyone identify the other two "light, single action reels" mentioned in the ad Image

April 1969 Field & Stream
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Post 20 Sep 2008, 02:50 • #67 
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Oh my gosh, I love that Martin ad, not to mention the recently posted Pflueger sheet. That really adds to the pleasure of having a Pflueger of that vintage. Middlemac, two other reels, and what kind? Are there other kinds of reels than Pflueger and Martin? Never heard of them. And I know a Pflueger didn't cost more than sixty dollars, or even pfipfty bucks, so that can't be it. I think a Pflueger was less than pfipfteen. I know I bought a 1495 1/2 in 1976 for pfipfteen or so, but it was marked down from like twentypfive.


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Post 20 Sep 2008, 02:59 • #68 
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I'm still confused. My Orvis Green Mountain II has the floating disc drag but I thought it was the 67SS, or 67N or 67A or, or ... ? Needless to say I'm still look for an extra spool ... I just don't know which one. Great idea on the ads.


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Post 20 Sep 2008, 03:19 • #69 
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Pfunny! Image

Any other pfuggeftionfs as to the other two reels? (well- that didn't work ... )


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Post 08 Dec 2008, 05:08 • #70 
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Riffling Hitch wrote:
Here is the paperwork for the Ross Reel and a couple of photos of them. I think they look great on glass. I also have the san miguel three and think this is one of the nicest reels I own. I like the san miguel in the three and the Ross in the RR-1 the best. I also own the colorado and like that on also.
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Post 16 Jan 2009, 21:12 • #71 
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Thanks for all the scans.

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Post 17 Jan 2009, 04:37 • #72 
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Greetings Everyone, Here are some papers from reels I've purchased recently. I hope there's not too much overlap with earlier postings.

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Martin 70

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Ryobi 355 series

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Ryobi MG Series

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Ryobi 445 455 255MG 355MG 455MG


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Post 21 Jan 2009, 16:27 • #73 
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Orvis Battenkill 3/4 5/6 7/8 8/9 10/11


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Post 18 Feb 2009, 13:34 • #74 
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A recent discussion of Orvis multipliers prompted a request from Cofisher to post the papers for the Gear Fly reel, which came in an Orvis branded version (he has a fine one) as well as Cortland, Leeda, Gladding South Bend, and probably some others. I have a Gladding SB as new, and a Leeda Gearfly, so beat-up that I had nothing to lose painting it. So here are the SB Gear Fly papers; the mechanics and such should be identical for other branded reels of this type. Sorry, I can't do much editing photos for clarity over my dial-up tonight; if these are really shabby I may try again to improve the image.

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Added April 2015: These reels, like most with symmetrical checks, are designed to be used with one pawl engaged according to winding direction. The other is rotated out of engagement and is thus a spare. Here is a closeup showing, first RHW, and then LHW

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It is easy to tell if they are in the correct position for winding direction, because cranking will produce a soft, light whirring click, whereas the outgoing direction click will be louder and offer more resistance.

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Post 11 Mar 2009, 10:44 • #75 
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Not too extensive but here are the papers for a 3 in. Forbes Aerial.
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