Misc Gear/Flies for Sale

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  1. boxcar

    boxcar Scott Willison

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    Spring cleaning came a little late this year (couldn't stop fishing) and I've got some extra gear that I'm looking to unload. Let me know if you're interested, I'm pretty flexible on prices as my main objective is just to make space.

    *Misc flies for sale...I have close to a dozen fully stocked fly boxes (probably over 1000 flies total) with flies I've tied over the years for trout, bass, saltwater, steelhead, salmon, and even shad. Let me know what you're looking for and make an offer.

    **Sage 106M Fly Reel (balanced for 5 or 6 wt rod) $30 & I'll throw in a Cortland 444 line & Martin Reel Co. fiberglass 6wt!

    ***Handmade wood fly tying bench $20 (tray style w/ tool holders, a mount for a C-clamp vise, spools, etc.)

    ****JW Outfitters Master tying bag $40 (The super deluxe ultimate bag for organizing your materials).

    *****Force Fins Flippers Size L $20. If you've never kicked a pair of force fins you just haven't kicked. These make tubing a pleasure.
     
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    does that reel have a drag
     
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    boxcar Scott Willison

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    Sorry Flythrower,
    I've been spending much too much time in the water and am lagging on your response. The bench is about 1.5' X 1.5'. It has holes for an assortment of tools, head cememts, etc., a magnet for drying finished flies, and a nifty arm extension where you can insert the neck of most standard vises and clamp it in. It's great for when you don't have a pedestal base, narrow tabletops are scarce, or your wife's getting pissed from the impressions your C-clamp is leaving on the coffee table.

    Boxcar
     
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    Hey Boxcar,

    I'm really late, but do you have any saltwater flies left? A buddy and I are headed for Cabo in June and I would rather buy some discounted flies than invest in all the materials to tie my own that I may not ever use again. I'd be interested in the bass flies too.

    Thanks,
    Stacy
     
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    I'd be interested in the fins if thy're still available
     
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    boxcar Scott Willison

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    Hi Stacy,
    I still have plenty of saltwater flies available if you're interested. You can call me at 206-200-2669 for more information. My e-mail access has been spotty at best lately.
     
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    boxcar Scott Willison

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    I thought it might be helpful to provide a quick update on the gear remaining in case anyone is still interested.

    Fins (sold), tying bag (sold)

    Still available:
    Plenty of flies (all types)
    Tying bench
    Reel/rod

    I also have a 15' Coleman Canoe if anyone is interested. With that classic hardcore polymer shell, these are about as tough as they get. $75 and the canoe + paddles is yours.

    Call at 206-200-2669 if interested. Can also reply via e-mail to [email protected], however my net access has been up and down lately.

    Scott :THUMBSUP
     
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    Do you still have the tying bench?

    I have been looking around for something (other than my coffee table)

    Thanks,

    Sasha
     
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    I need trout flies...what do you have left?
     
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    boxcar Scott Willison

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