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rballa19
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Reel Cleaning in Lake Charles


I have three Shimano reels that need cleaned pretty bad. I tried to do one and fricked it up so I didn't attempt the others

Do any Lake Charles area people know somewhere I can bring them to get them cleaned/repaired? Does LCT do it?







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rballa19
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re: Reel Cleaning in Lake Charles


bump





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eyepooted
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re: Reel Cleaning in Lake Charles


LCT has a guy that they send the reels too. He lives in LC.





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uway
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I worked at Southwest Gun and Knife with a dude named Jason that was a whiz at cleaning reels.

Of course, this was in 2001, so it probably doesn't help.






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Uncle JackD
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The tackle box in sulphur is top notch. That's where I bring my curados.


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LSUFan3434
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re: Reel Cleaning in Lake Charles


lct is the only one that comes to mind





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quote:

The tackle box in sulphur is top notch. That's where I bring my curados.

X2






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Yeti
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re: Reel Cleaning in Lake Charles


Tackle Box





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rballa19
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re: Reel Cleaning in Lake Charles


Thanks y'all, I'll have to try the Tackle Box then!'





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Topwater Trout
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re: Reel Cleaning in Lake Charles


Its pretty easy to clean them yourself. I have also sent reels back to Shimano and they will clean and replace bad parts. Reels come back like new. I think it was $10-$15 a reel. That was years ago though.





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