White River Fly Shop® Dogwood Canyon® Disc Drag Fly Reel
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The Texas state record freshwater redfish on fly tackle was taken with a Dogwood Canyon Fly Reel (12 lbs./ Steve Guzman). Rugged all-metal construction, disc drag, and rimmed, counterbalanced spool rounds out a list of features common to much more expensive reels. Just because you're on a budget, it doesn't mean you have to fish with junk. Whether it's part of your first fly outfit, or a backup reel, the Dogwood Canyon will deliver years of smooth, trouble-free performance.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 24
Rated 5 out of 5 by jignpigs Great reel for the price....
My wife bought me my first one of these reels about ten years ago. I was so impressed by it that I now own three of them and I am still using my original just like it was bought yesterday.
November 21, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by newflyfisher tough built reel
I give this 5 stars for the price in conjunction with it's toughness. My wife bought me this reel on an 8' rod about 8 years ago. I have tossed it in closets, trunks, garages. I have fished with it in the ocean, completely submerging it at times year after year. I fish with it in freshwater, and let me son practice casting with it in the back yard. The only maintenance I have done is running fresh water over it after hauling it out of the ocean. In short, there is no reason this real should be functional, but it is still operating well. This is worth every penny at 29 bucks!!!
July 10, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5
by citysonflame works reel nice
i have the 7/8 and it has'nt failed me yet i put it on a powerplus 7/8 fly pole and its my salmon rod and some times i catch a brown or two ,naw thats a coho
January 6, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by TB Solid performer in certain applications
I currently have two of these and am generally impressed by how they perform in two specific applications.
I use one on a 3wt when summer fishing for panfish and small mouth bass in the small streams of the Ga. piedmont. I also have one on a 6wt that I use for trout on the brushy public streams of N Ga.
Most fish in both these waters rarely exceed 3 lbs and I can count on two hands the number of fish that have pulled enough line to get to the backing.
If you rarely need the drag and your reel serves mostly as a fly line storage unit, this is the reel for you. Nice balance, smooth take up, functional drag, and easy to clean.
I feel like I saved enough money by purchasing this reel over a top-of-the-line light wt reel to upgrade on the reels I use to target bigger fish; instances where you need to be able to count on a smooth drag and take-up.
If you find yourself fighting most fish on the backing, spend the money on a quality reel. If not, save some cash and apply what you save to upgrade on your set-ups for bigger fish.
August 30, 2007
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