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A fishing industry secret?

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#46
Of course one can trust Shimano to always lend a helping hand and a simple one at that!
Save as a pdf or print: copy and past the link into your browser.

Maintenance tips - baitcasting reels:
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BIG FISH EAT LITTLE FISH....
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#47
Lengthly URLs are a pain. I shortened the address with Google's URL Shortener. The link below is the same as Rip's:

http://goo.gl/am3h2
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#48
I don't mean to revive an old thread but after seeing what prices are doing on top quality reels, this has re-inspired me to take my old reels that one step further and this pretty much sums it up for those that like fiddling - it's excellent.

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#49
Your link aint working Rip
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#50
Seems fine Jim?
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#51
I'm using google chrome, says it cant find the link...
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#52
Using IE and no probs....let me look into it.
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#53
tried IE (not sure which verison though) still didnt wek..
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#54
Jim - if you are battling in Chrome, right click the link and "open in a new tab" or clean your cookies and cache with C Cleaner or other software. Let me know?
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#55
Nope, ran a cleaner for cookie/cache's etc. Still no luck.

Maybe I'm just doff today?
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#56
the latter
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#57
Copy paste the link into your browser and maybe also do an update check on your chrome - strange though, where the IT guru's?
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#58
Hey juliAAs...smart ass...

Rip, I've tried everything. Chrome is latest version etc. Maybe the IT guru's will pop up shortly when they get a break to go look at the sunshine, and come up with a solution that can work.

If not, dont stress too much.
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#59
STRIKE! On-dad.....he he he
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#60
Working fine on Firefox and Safari
The more I learn about fishing the more I realise
how much more I have to learn about fishing.
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