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  1. Reels and Reel Maintenance
    I just came across what appears to be a new, never fished Garcia Mitchell 306 with a bail, no box or paper. I found it in a furniture consignment shop of all places. $15. I don't anything about them. Any thoughts? Thanks.
  2. Buy - Sell - Trade
    In perfect working order. Probably from the early 60's . All I'm asking is $40.00 shipped . Will post pics if any interest . Hate to get rid of this one but have to make room for a new custom rod . Thanks .
  3. Surfcasting Central
    Does anyone know the line capacity on this reel Mitchell 304?
  4. Tackle Evaluation & Product review
    I picked up an old reel at a yard sale $1 it is marked Garcia Mitchell 306 anybody know anything about them? signed Goog
  5. Reels and Reel Maintenance
    ive had an old reel for a year now sitting in a bucket in pieces..the side plate on the left/crank side reads...garcia mitchell 350....under that is what looks like a date or maybe gear ratio.....its stamped just like this...5/1....the right hand side plate says made in france along the...
  6. Stripers on the Fly
    I just purchased this reel to go striper fishing. Would someone please suggest a fly rod that would be good to go with this reel? I'm brand new to fly fishing for striped bass and would appreciate all the help that I can get. Thanking you all in advance....
  7. Reels and Reel Maintenance
    I just purchased this reel for striper fishing and would like to know what would be a good fly rod to match up with it? thanks alot!
  8. Reference Library
    Here is the reel story of the legendary classic French-Made Mitchell-Garcia Mitchell open faced spinning reel that would introduce spin fishing to millions of people. The Mitchell spinning reel which would become the Mitchell 300/ Garcia-Mitchell 300 was manufactured in France by a company known...
  9. Freshwater Tackle Box
  10. Tackle Evaluation & Product review
    The Mitchell 300 is as much an American institution as the Louisville Slugger. Too bad it was built by a Frenchman. Yes, we owe the Mitchell, and all other spinning reels for that matter, to a young French watchmaker named Maurice Jacquemin. Jacquemin and his brother Mitchel were avid anglers in...
  11. Buy - Sell - Trade
    Either with bail wire or manual pickup Condition's not important, I need 2 or 3 parts reels, but the cleaner the better. Loose parts are cool too. A spool or two would be sweet icon_thumleft.gif Cash, trade for custom wood plugs or a combo of both. These reels were very popular in the 1970's...
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