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New reels that look off the chain with sealed drag

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I just ordered a new Abu garcia 100 reel for my ice rodsfrom these guys for a great price. Check them out as they do have some very good reel prices online.

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Thanks for the purchase mr. lee. Glad to do business with you. We welcome all FM members to our site and our walk-in store located in Whitesboro TX.

A little about our store :

We do not sell small items like hooks, jigs, or any little small terminal tackle item at this time.

We do sell line, reels, rods, and some accessories.

We can not post many of our prices becasue we have contracts with many companies to not post how low our prices are, and we require customers to call us for deep discounts on ANY item you see that is priced the same as any other store's prices.

We specialize in high-end gear, but sell many economical items as well.

We have the largest fly reel selection in the world.

We have the largest electric reel selection in the world.

We have the largest big game selection in the World.

We do not sell Shimano 'Top-Shelf' items due to our low pricing getting us cut off from shimano.

We do our best to beat anyones price, and can lower prices by calling on the phone only.

We do not wish to compete with HSO store on any items and do not carry any of the same items as this is their forum and we do not claim to beat their prices.

Thanks to all who check us out and we hope to become your leader in the outdoors.

903-564-7508

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Thanks. Guys, they have very good prices so check out their site and save some moola.

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I just ordered two of the cardinal 100's. The price was the best that I had found online.

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Thank you gentlemen. Much appreciated.

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I just ordered two Cardinals also. If Harvey says its good, then it must be true wink.gif Thanks Harv!

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AO, you mentioned you got cut-off from Shimano. Am I understanding correctly that if I order a couple Shimano baitcaster reels from you then I will not be eligible for the Shimano rebates (as AO is not an Authorized Shimano dealer or reseller)?

With the nice rebates now, this is a biggie. Also, are FM'ers still getting the 10% discount?

Thank you.

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