Good going Charlie! That looks like fun. Thats the second time today I've seen a fish line spool like yours. Where can I get one of those? My plastic job is a nightmare. That lone looks like the line on it will slip right off with very little friction. Thanks, Randy.
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Now, are ya gonna Eat 'Em? Or just Skin 'em? Good Shooting Charlie!!
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Randy... I'm not sure, but I think that's a Mohawk Shoot Thru reel. It's very old, but I've seen a pic of one on here recently. A buddy of mine died a few years ago and left me his gear... the reel was just part of it.
Dano... missed a lot more than I hit, but figurin 1 hit for every three shots (if that good) it adds up to 60 shots in a two hour period. Not bad action.
Shakes... some people eat them, but I'm not one of them. I fed them to the turtles.
Denny... I heard a guy call them "Billy Gar" not sure where that comes from but I've heard them called some VERY creative names by pole and line fishermen. Hammer handles is a good one for sure.
Randy... I brought a thread to the top for you. Posted by Onfirecharlie. He's got a reel that looks just like mine... and yes, it does shoot with very little drag.