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Old 11-07-2018, 08:00 AM
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Default RicksReelService, Customers action photo needed...

For any of my previous customers who may be reading this.

I am in the process of redoing my website, and I want the cover page to have an over the shoulder picture of a rod and trolling reel, preferably Tiagra, International or Avet...

Rod bowed, fish on and a good pic of the reel.

I would want your permission to use that pic on my site; and previous/current customers only!

Thanks!


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Old 11-07-2018, 08:16 AM
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Rick,

I was just searching my pics and don't have one just like that, but I will try to make one happen in the near future.

Thanks for your excellent business, HIGHLY recommended for those on the fence about using a reel service technician.

Best wishes Rick, T.
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Not a reel you serviced, but they one you serviced caught the bait!
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Didn't expect this 9ft-ish lemon on my trolling rod with a 3" pin. But when a shark's hungry, a shark's hungry. (EDIT: failed to realize your reel preference - still gonna leave it here for ya!)
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Beautiful picture! That's what I'm talking about...

Keep em coming!
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this is gonna be a good thread!
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Blue marlin just under 400 pound on Sea of Cortez. Reel you serviced and had spooled. Sadly the leader broke mid fight
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Not fighting a fish but a great picture. By the way you have serviced this reel.
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Rick is the man when it comes to Reel Service!
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Good pictures, Rick. It looks like the way to go.

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Originally Posted by Johnboy View Post
Good pictures, Rick. It looks like the way to go.

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Rick services his own reels and can't come up with a pic of his own...
You know I'm messing with you

Grunts on rebuilt reels ain't gonna cut it,

The man is on with his service!
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OK truth be told, a lady (preferably in a bikini) cranking on a rod is probably going to be a better attention grabber then any guy!!
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On the high speed troll. I was going to buy all new Penn 50W. On a recommendation, had Rick redo all 4 of my old 50w reels. 38 pounds of drag on the scale at full, with room to spare on the adjuster. The gears spin smooth and crank like there's nothing there. Unfortunately, the Wahoo hate you for it Rick😁
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Not on my Tiagras or Avets but you had recently serviced this TLD25 and upgraded the drags!
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Sorry no fish but you service all our gear and helped w all our handles!

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