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Old 02-20-2019, 04:02 AM
Dymes Dymes is offline
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I recently purchased a Pflueger Supreme XT size 30. This reel feels great and is light. I have been reading about the handl e breaking because of the light composite materials used on it. I am a little concerned about this. I was wondering if I pick up a handle from a different Pflueger reel for back up would it work on this reel model? I am just trying to be proactive for some of the fly in trips I do to not be down my favorite reel.
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Old 02-25-2019, 10:20 AM
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trying to be proactive for some of the fly in trips I do to not be down my favorite reel.
How about pick up one of the power handles as a back up. I know Abu Garcia and Bass Pro models fit just about everything.
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