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reservoirman
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fly reel parts

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Would anybody know where to find those little screws that fall out of the phlugermedalist fly reels? I was fishing the other day and the reel slipped off of the reel seat,Would appreciate any info.Stan

catskilljohn
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Bob Selb has them now, try calling him. CJ
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"But this is where they painted spots on him and taught him to swim"

reservoirman
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I dont know Bob can you publish his contact info?

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Phone is.
Toll free 866 930 3667
Pay 215 412 3667
Good luck.

Turk

reservoirman
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thanks for your help. Does he have a business name?

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I was at work when I posted the first reply r-man, here is a little more...

I was talking to Selb at the CFFCM during the Summerfest/Hardy cup event, and he was selling repro Pflueger parts at his stand. He didn't have the screw assortments with him, but if he has the replacement handles and spool covers I am sure he can get them. His web site...

http://classicflyfisherman.com/

Here is the page you need...

http://classicflyfisherman.com/M_PARTS.html

Your other option is to contact these guys...

https://www.onepfoot.com/

They took over where Bill Franke left off. I have not ordered from them yet, so I cant vouch for them, but Bob Selb is a good guy, fair and friendly and has a long and distinguished career dealing with the classic angling public. Everyone loves Bob! CJ
"Gentlemen,remove your hats,this is it"
"This is where the trout was invented?"
"Oh he existed in a crude,primitive form in Waltons England"
"But this is where they painted spots on him and taught him to swim"

reservoirman
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Re: fly reel parts

Post by reservoirman »

thanks you guys for your help,I have 4 or 5 of the medalist reels and I been borroring from peter to fix paul for some time now Ill tell you how I make out. Stan

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