Hardy Marquis LWT Spool

Hardy Marquis LWT Spool
Hardy Marquis LWT Spool
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Marquis LWT Spool by Hardy
The Marquis LWT Spool is the extra you'll want on hand anytime you're fishing with your Hardy reel of the same name. The quick-change spool easily switches from left- to right-handed operation, or can be traded with a other spools for simple switches between floating and sinking line. It's constructed with machined aluminum and anodized for durability, while inside it features stainless steel and brass components for long-term use.

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