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Old 04-14-2005, 07:07 PM
rustyrat rustyrat is offline
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Marquis Salmon 1

I have a Hardy Marquis Salmon 1 reel and am considering utilizing both pawls at the same time to hopefully increase the drag resistance.Has anyone tried this and does it create a noticable difference?Would it cause any undo wear on the drag parts?----Thanks--Bob
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