reel bags large size ,can be made smaller

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Chavender
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reel bags large size ,can be made smaller

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these ain't made ,but only cost £1 from wilko's ,they'e wash bags to keep your toothbrush ,soap ,razer in etc when travelling ,but for a pound make a great reel bag for fixed spool or centrepin ,they come in a selection of colours (black,blue or pink) ,I brought one too put my 5" Stanton or mitchells in ,I can comfortably fit a hardy's altex No3 reel in ,a 4.5" centrepin etc anti tear nylon with soft brushed cotton outer .it wouldn't take much to cut them down and re sow them to fit smaller reels .

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4.5" centrepin with wiggle room
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nylon (so some degree of water resistance) inner ,soft outer
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cheap ,functional and can be made too fit ,just chop some 2-3" off the side ,turn inside out and re stitch.
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Its about time you tidied that bench up Chavender .. !

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if I tidied it up ,I wouldn't be able to find anything ,and was it not Einstein who said, “If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?”
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Too many loose Speedia there looking for tlc in new homes 😆

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