Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by AllenFlyFishing, Mar 3, 2010.
What is the status of the Alpha 2/4? Any in stock? Any color options?
pm sent on trout series reel
Stew... Profile pic is sweet... Old Time Hockey....
They will be done in a few weeks. I do have my 3/4 Alpha in stock in Gunmetal. Also I have a 2/4 in my new XL and a 5/6 that will be all Black. Also, working on a Saltwater reel with a new drag. And also have a few other things going.
Special... 7/26/10 .... If Interested, please PM me or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Black Fly Box with Swing Leaf + Magnetic Net Holder (Colors: Green, Red, or Silver)
$18.50 (includes shipping within the US)
I have some Trout 7/9 wts now in stock. If anyone is interested, please PM me or an email at email@example.com. They are $75 each.
I received my order last night for 2 lines and a chest pack/vest. I opened the box and found a couple extra goodies that really made my day! Great, great service. Haven't cast the lines yet, but I'm looking forward to it. Wore the chestpack today during a trip to the beach and I love it. Its the perfect size for the beach fishing I do. Plenty of storage in the back for extra reels, fly boxes, food, water etc... Very comfortable. This is a great pack for a great price.
Today I received my 7/8 LX closeout reel that Justin posted about a couple weeks ago. Apparently they sold out the first day, so mine took a bit longer to arrive. Certainly worth it, but converting it from R hand wind to L hand isn't intuitive to me. Must be cuz I'm a spring and pawl guy. I need help figuring out how to switch this reel to left hand wind. Then I'm gonna' put my bonefish line on it. And some backing, of course.
Sg, This was from an early post from Justin...
1. Unscrew the black lid on the spool that covers the roller bearing
2. Take the roller bearing out
3. Flip it around
4. Put it back in and put the lid back on.
You should be good to go now.
Justin very nice doing business with you. You went above and beyond. Ordered a WF9F line to test on a custom built switch-had to back order so asked that he throw in one of his magnets when it shipped. Received the line and 3 magnets. Thank you, Craig
Without reading all eight pages of accolades and testaments , do you make a spey reel? If so what is the price? What is the diameter? Just curious, what is the warranty like?
Hi Frank, Just sent you a PM
Thanks. I missed that earlier post. Just sat here at my desk and switched it around now. Now it's a lefty. Super light and simple, clean design. Nicest reels I've seen in this price range. Justin is gonna' take over this corner of the market.
Sg, how do you like the smooth operation of that reel? I can touch my handle once and it will pick up yards of slack line.
I don't have any line on it yet, but a flick on the handle and it spins for a long while. Very smooth. Seems really good for tolerances too. Computer aided machining and milling are amazing. I've got Hardys that new out of the box at four times the price have lots of side to side spool play and significantly wider tolerances. I'm in no authoritative position, but these reels seem like a much better value than say, the popular Okumas in the under $100 market. I'm planning to use this reel for bonefish and keep the 8 wt Hardy out of salt water.
your welcome, I have a few of Justin's reels but only had to switch one of them. They are great reels.
Hi Guys. I'm trying to put together a YouTube video to promote. Looking for new photos to add. Anyone have photos that you can send me with my reels in them? This is what I have already. Send me to firstname.lastname@example.org
Great video. I Will be checking out your product soon.
I know it's been said here, but I'll say it again...I just got my new reels from Justin and they are awesome. Great looking, smooth as glass, and a great deal. These are obviously made with tight tolerances and are just fantastic. I replaced all my Ross reels with them - I can get a reel and a spare spool from Justin for less than a new mid level Ross. Thanks Justin!!
Just recieved my reel today. Very nice. Appears well made. Can't wait to fish it in October. I believe I got an Alpha 7/8. How much backing do I need for WF7F line?