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Frabill Straight Line 32" Medium Combo

Item # 449498
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Key Features

  • Perfect for tightlining

  • Solid graphite blank construction

  • Line feeds straight off of spool

  • Oversized reel handle

  • Sub-Zero lube for smooth operation


Our Price   $59.99

Availability: Ships from vendor in 3-5 business days.

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Product Description
frabill Boasting no line twist, unrivaled sensitivity, and smoothest drag most will ever use, this is the most cutting edge ice fishing combo on the market. Perfect for tightlining, the Straight Line Combo ensures that the line no longer serves as a disconnect with the fish. Solid graphite blank construction. Line feeds straight off of spool, eliminating line coiling and pinning of lures/tackle. Smooth drag. Aluminum body. Oversized reel handle. Sub-Zero lube for smooth operation in coldest temperatures. Blank through handle construction. Aluminum oxide guides. Solid cork handle. Deluxe hook keeper.

• Reel Ratio: 1:1
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Specifications
Model 6837
Length 32"
Power Medium

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