.#2588 (Pepper) & #2589 (Salt) Pflueger Fishing Reel Handle Mills Spectraply with Padauk (a tropical wood) and. Walnut.

We have made it into 2021 and George is busy with new product ideas. We are grateful for all the folks who have supported us especially in the last year. We missed doing shows and meeting folks, and hope we will be able to continue with them this year. Take care and all the best!

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.#2588 (Pepper) & #2589 (Salt) Pflueger Fishing Reel Handle Mills Spectraply with Padauk (a tropical wood) and. Walnut.


.#2588 (Pepper) & #2589 (Salt) Reel Handle Mills in Spectraply in natural, red & black with Padauk (a tropical wood) and. Walnut. They have genuine Pflueger handles and will come with a certificate of authenticity. They are priced per pair.

George and his friend Claudine have come up with a new mill design perfect for the fishing folks and those who like the unusual! These mills are designed with handles from casting reels! George has adapted them to be the feature in this line. The wood is from Cousineau Wood Products in a range of colors, and the quality mechanisms are from Chef Specialities in PA. They are currently available only in pairs. Some of the mill handles are from the well respected FLUEGER reel company, and have a certificate of authenticity.

These mills are 5 ½” tall and 2 7/8” across the base. Each has an accent disc at the top and bottom and an elevating disc for ease in turning. The pepper mechanisms are fully adjustable. Salt mills have ceramic mechanisms. As far as we know, George is the only one who has figured out how to put this kind of a mechanism on a mill, making it very "cool" and easy to turn.  The mill is signed, dated, the wood identified, and a number refers to our data base. It will come with vials of multi-colored pepper and Himalayan Pink Salt in a gift box.