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G Loomis EastFork Reel information at A1AWEB Fishing Gear

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G. Loomis EastFork Reel

G. Loomis EastFork Reel

Failure is not something we take lightly on a reel's drag system, or any other part for that matter. When we set out to create the new EastFork reels we started with no preconceptions. We had no set manufacturing technique, no preexisting components and no vision of the final product. What came out of it is performance, and at under $200, performance you'd expect to get from a reel costing twice as much. With the new EastFork reels you won't have to loosen the drag to save your tippet, or crank down to prevent a large fish from spooling you. All three models are equipped with very strong, smooth and sensitive drags that transition from a delicate, friction-free startup, to controlled strength at any setting. This is accomplished with a proprietary drag material that will allow you to look forward to an eternity of reliable, and enjoyable, hours on the water. Forged? Machined? How about both? We combined the best of each world to accomplish a stable, intricately detailed marriage between spool and body. They're lightweight, very strong and hassle free. A push button spool allows quick extraction if needed, and switching left to right is accomplished with a simple O-ring design. The richly finished color, and a beautifully detailed wooden handle compliment all rods, especially all the new G. Loomis models, making these as nice to look at as they are to fish.

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Repair business is the reel deal; shop sometimes fixes 1,000 pieces of fishing equipment in a week.(The Dallas Morning News)

DALLAS _ More than thirty years ago, when Paul Moore got involved in fishing-reel repair, equipment was simple. Bait-casting reels, the preferred tool of the serious bass angler, came in two styles _ red and black. Abu Garcia, the Swedish company, made both models. The black reels had ball ... (Publication: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service)

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Company Changes Its Name, Shows off New Fishing Reel

No one can accuse the Outdoor Technologies Group of Spirit Lake, Iowa, of doing things in small measures. For starters, some years ago, the firm known as Berkley (as in founder Berkley Bedell) began to acquire properties like Abu Garcia fishing reels, Fenwick rods, Coleman family fishing products ... (Publication: The Washington Times (Washington, DC))

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Man to Give Kids New Fishing Reels for Christmas

It will be a Christmas outdoors.At least that's the hope for one man whose generosity has ensured that 120 kids will be receiving brand new fishing reels this Christmas.Bob Post has been working at the Reel Outdoors fishing store in Emerald Isle for 11 years, after a lifetime of working on the ... (Publication: Daily News; Jacksonville, NC)

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HULL: REEL DEAL : TINKERER'S CONTRAPTION REVOLUTIONIZED FISHING.(SPORTS)

Byline: Ken Schultz New York Times News Service In the fall of 1947, R.D. Hull arrived at the headquarters of Zero Hour Bomb Co. on Easton Street in Tulsa, Okla., with a prototype of what was to become America's most popular fishing reel. It was made from the metal lid of a can of Folgers Mountain ... (Publication: Daily News (Los Angeles, CA))

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Keeping it reel Castine craftsman's batch of fishing tools to be his last

CASTINE - Early in his Atlantic salmon angling career, Paul Hermann hooked a fish in the Penobscot River's fabled Dickson Pool, battled it, and learned a valuable lesson about reels. "[The fish] took me for a ride. I had a Hardy Zenith reel and by the second run, the reel was basically useless," ... (Publication: Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME))

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US Patent Issued on Dec. 30 for "Fishing Rod Reel Foot and Reel Seat" (California Inventor)

ALEXANDRIA, Va., Dec. 30 -- United States Patent no. 8,919,030, issued on Dec. 30."Fishing rod reel foot and reel seat" was invented by Steve Zuckerman (Los Angeles).According to the abstract* released by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office: "A fishing rod assembly is described. The assembly ... (Publication: US Fed News Service, Including US State News)

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