Dating mitchell 308 reel

Large-arbor spools sport a wide design that increases backing capacity. And the two-tone silver and gloss-black finish presents the polished look of a reel costing hundreds of dollars more. Please confirm availability of item(s) and shipping costs either by phone or email before sending payment.

A wide range of drag tension is easily managed with a large, knurled knob. Milam & Son, Orvis, Penn International, Pflueger Adam, Pflueger Templar, Pflueger Altapac, Pflueger Kihoga, Philbrook & Paine, Portage Niftee, Saracione, Seamaster Mark II, Seamaster Tarpon, Odgen Smith, Talbot, Wm. Talbot, Talbot Reel Co., Ustonson, Vom Hofe, Edward Vom Hofe, Julius Vom Hofe, Walker Salmon Reel, Walker, Otto Zwarg, and others.

Hi Guest, Mitchell 300A/301AThe Mitchell 300A/301A was first introduced in 1977 for Garcia's distribution with serial numbers beginning with the letter "G" the seventh letter in the alphabet.

The second and last version which has the serial number beginning with “H” was made in 1978.

Including Mitchell 204S, 206S, 300, 300 small spool pre-wound, 306 308, 308S, 386, 403, 406, 3310, 4410 Large, 4420, 486, 4420, 710, 900, 906, large skirted spool. This reel was built between 19 when the telephone latch (registered design 734897) was changed again in 1949.

Includes original cardboard box, pouch and paperwork. Mitchell Spools - We have hundreds of Mitchell spools old new stock and used. Spools are priced from to and vary by model and size of spool. Duplicated Mark II, smooth brass foot, telephone latch, ebonite knob, RHW.

They actually convinced me to purchase one and I was not disappointed one bit. I have used it for species of freshwater fish there is.

The cardboard box is in fair condition with some damage and rips. large big game fly reel made by John Emery in the USA. This reel is in Lamson Model LP5 Salmon Fly Reel - Comes with two spare spools, each loaded with fly lines (one a Cortland DT9/10F Spey the other an 11 weight DT), this 4" diameter, 1 1/4" wide spool reel is set for right hand wind, and is in Cabelas LSR3 Fly Reel - The LSR (Lightweight Speed Retrieve) Cabela's fly Reels are the perfect match for today's lightweight, high-performance fly rods.

It comes with a copy of the original paper work telling you how to care for the reel and a price list of parts. The instruction and maintenance manual included, modeled after Hardy's original 1930's design, the Cascapedia fly reel blends a time-honored look with superb twenty-first-century technology.

(Meisselbach) This reel has no connection to the Meisselbach reel company and was not made by them. Wide spool, diameter 3 3/4 inches, weighing 9.9 oz.

Bob worked at Electro Glass Laboratories, Zidell's, Hanna Car Wash Systems, Weiss Scientific Glass and, later in life, operated his own businesses, Dennison Research and Dennison Specialty Fly Reels. Crafted in the style of a Hardy Perfect reel Circa 1930.