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HURD SALTWATER? SUPERCASTER INFO NEEDED
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Jeff Yount - Jan 3rd, 2017 11:27 pm.
Jeff Yount
Jeff Yount
I'm looking for some info and verification on a Hurd reel. I was told if the Hurd stamping is on the left side away from the crank, it is a saltwater reel. The serial number is A 95600. Any ideas if this is so or on rarity, value?
Jeff Yount Jeff Yount
re: HURD SALTWATER? SUPERCASTER INFO NEEDED by Rolly Brunet - Jan 4th, 2017 5:38 pm
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Rolly Brunet
Rolly Brunet
Hi Jeff,

It is my understanding that the salt water Hurd super caster is all black and very difficult to find. I am not aware of any saltwater versions in any other colour. I am including a photo of my small collection so you can have a look. Feel free to email me if you like at: rbrunet1@mymts.net

hope this helps

Rolly
Rolly Brunet
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