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  • The American Museum of Fly Fishing

    This is the first fly reel that Lefty Kreh ever bought, purchased in 1947. Lefty improved the line drag by cutting a thumb insert in this Pflueger Medalist reel. From the collection of AMFF courtesy of Lefty Kreh.

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