I just found this reel in some long-packed-away gear. I bought this reel back in the '70s and used it for awhile on an Eagle Claw Trailmaster spin/fly rod. That combo was great for backpacking into alpine lakes as I found that some days the trout wanted flies and other times their choice was metal. I'd easily switch from spin to fly but never really got proficient at tossing a fly (although simply tryin' was fun!). So nowadays I'm back into the fly game and I hope I'm gettin' a little better at it. Been spending time in the salt for rezzies and SRC with my 6 wt. but just got a Redington CT 4 wt. for lakes and streams in my area (Kitsap/OP). I wanna hang the MG3 on the CT. Ya think that's a good combo? And the MG3 drag seems a bit minimal. It seems to be just some sort of dial/pawl adjustment and I don't see a lot of difference between fully + and fully -. That's maybe not a big deal on a 4 wt. and I suppose I've gotten used to the disc drag on my new Konic 2 but can anyone tell me more about the MG3 drag system and maybe even the Martin reels in general? I've looked at a bit of information on the web but I still don't know much about these reels. TIA, guys!