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The White River Fly Shop® Classic Ultra-Light Fly Reel is the perfect reel for your smallest fly rod. Although it measures less than 2.5" in diameter and weighs in at a mere 2.4 oz., this cold-forged machined jewel is surprisingly rugged. An English-style spring tension click pawl provides enough resistance to prevent overruns while still being lightweight and reliable. The White River Fly Shop Classic Ultra-Light Fly Reel features an anodized pewter color finish and rimmed spool. Ideal when paired with our exclusive Corland 10-meter double taper fly lines.
Perfect for the smallest fly rod
Less than 2.5" in diameter
Weight: 2.4 oz.
Cold-forged and machined aluminum
Bass Pro Shops’ exclusive Cortland 10-Meter Double Taper Fly Line sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1111608
White River Fly Shop® Classic Ultra-Light Fly Reel
Great little reel
I love this little reel! I use high-end Orvis reels on all my other fly rods, but I bought this reel for a little 2# rod that I built and really love it. Perfect balance for small rods, but great action for such a small reel. It lacks a disc drag, but hey, it's a small reel for a small rod! If you are expecting to be taken downstream by a lunker, you probably shouldn't be fishing with a ultralight reel in the first place! I would highly recommend this reel, and will put it on the next light rod I build for a friend.
May 29, 2012
Such a great ultra-light reel, balances my 2wt rod perfectly. Highly recommend it. The click and pawl drag performs perfectly. Don't worry about not having enough drag, should you hook into a big fish, palming the reel will provide more than enough pressure to slow it down. Drag is a little bit noisy however but is only a slight inconvenience
February 29, 2012
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