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Reel Repair

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I just drove out to Minnetonka Outdoors to drop off a couple reels I wanted cleaned/repaired. I was surprised to find that they've been out of business since October.

Does anyone know of a good place in the South Metro to bring reels for service?

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Don't know of one in the south metro. But I know of one in the North West Metro/Anoka - Gary's Custom Rod (google to find his website)

Does anyone have any recommendations for a reel service/repair shop in the NORTHEAST Metro??

Thanks!

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In case anyone else is looking for service, here is what I found. I contacted Thorne Bros and they told me they send their reel repair/service to Wayzata Bait on Hwy 12.

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