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9/10/11

Reel

Product Color:
Titanium

Weight:
5.9 oz.

Backing Capacity:
WF10/225 yds/30lb

Model:
3R486109
  • $189.00

  • SKU: 1791974

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The Orvis® Access™ Mid Arbor Fly Reel takes the mid-arbor concept to a new level of performance, and does it at a price that makes it easy to own! Built of machined 6061 aircraft bar stock with a sealed carbon/stainless-steel drag, it fishes like a much pricier reel. You get all the benefits of a large arbor, faster retrieve, less coiling, but at a more manageable size. Five sizes run the gamut of fly quarry. Large handle; positive drag click system.

  • Built of machined 6061 aircraft bar stock
  • Sealed carbon/stainless-steel drag
  • Faster retrieve, less coiling
  • Sizes run the gamut of fly quarry
  • Large handle
  • Positive drag click system

Orvis Access Mid Arbor Fly Reel spare spools sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1791961

Orvis® Access™ Mid Arbor Fly Reels or Spare Spools 5 5 2 2
Great Real I have this real in various sizes on my 4wt, 6wt, and 8wt. They are great reels that house a "enclosed drag system" that never needs lubricating. Spare spools are affordable and easy to come by. Once again for the money these Access Reels bring a lot to the table. March 26, 2012
Orvis does it again! Being from VT, I always look into new Orvis gear as I've just started getting into Fly Fishing. The drag is superb and is sealed which is a big relief. The mid arbor design isn't over bulky like the large arbors but still picks up line quicker than others. Also, I never need to worry about backing, my 7-9 wt holds over 200 yards of backing. Only negative thing I can think of is the handle, but the plastic/rubber composite material seems to be the norm nowadays. December 27, 2011
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