October Mountain Products™ Rock Solid Reel Seat

Item # WX2-215901

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October Mountain Products™ Rock Solid Reel Seat.

Tournament grade, aluminum constructed Reel Seat. Mounts to front stabilizer bushing of riser, while firmly securing a spincast-style reel in place. Reel not included

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