The bow extender projects up to 7 feet forward, and the stern piece adds 5 feet to the back of your T-top.
The conventional reels feature one-piece aluminum frames with four ball bearings and one roller bearing; 6.1:1 gear ratios to take up 36 inches of line per turn; and oversized machined gears to produce optimal cranking power.
VIMS selects Harvey for 2008 Art Show and Auction
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Fly-fisher, conservationist Gary Graham named to California Outdoors Hall Of Fame
This is the first time I've used this type of snap on my swivels, and now I'm not too sure about using them again...
New film examines Florida's wild side
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IGFA partners with Bonnier Marine Group to produce Offshore World Championship
Yamaha V-8 outboard wins 'Best of Year' award from Motor Boating