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    I'm lookin for a shop that does fishing reel repair and refurbishing, I've got a couple of mid range Shimano spinning reels (symetre, stradic) that I've had for 8 or 9 years but they are due for some TLC once again and my former reel guy is in a different time zone. Help me keep the pennies in Alaska.

    Thanks in Advance.

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    I had tackle repair in Anchorage fix a couple of rods and a penn senator 3/0 for me. Seemed pretty reasonable and did good work. I imagine they'll be getting busier, but they had also had a quick turnaround a couple weeks back.

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    Send them directly back to Shimano (address on the web site). for approx. $25 they will do a complete service and ship back. Takes about 2-3 weeks.

    I have used this service for multiple stradics and various offshore reels, never dissappointed.

    Ed C.

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    I've used Taku Reel Repair in Juneau... great service (quick, quality, inexpensive). He's busy now that all the charter guys dumped their gear on him late, but might be worth a call to check rates. Postage will be a factor unless you're here in JNU.

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