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Youngs 1535, and two spare spools. I have heard it called the poor mans Marquis, though a tad narrower and a bit heavier is the 1535. Foot had a bit of mod. done to fit a skinny seat. The spools are Shakespear aftermarket and green in color, but never have been used.

$150.00 paypaled and shipped to your door in the lower 48.
 

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Jump on it!

For those of you who aren't familiar with the Young reels, esp. the 1535 and the larger 1540: these are handsome, rock-solid, strong click/pawl reels; at around 11 ounces, great balance for medium and longer 8-10 wt. rods. And they're not making them any more. If I didn't already have mine...
 

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I'll second this and go so far as to say i'd rather the 1535 or 40 over a Marquis as i've had them all. Better drag, better handle and every bit as loud!!!
Grab it someone!!!:smokin:
Salmon Chaser
 

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Nooksack Mack - Done
Jamey - Thank you and Thank you
Salmon Chaer - Done
 

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I'm told a steelhead pulling line will make the river valley sound like a machine gun testing range...SWEET.
 
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