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White River Fly Shop® Osprey Fly Reels

   

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  • Cold-forged 6061 T6 aluminum frame and spool
  • Mid-arbor design for balance between backing and rapid line pickup
  • Super smooth one-way bearing
  • Maintenance-free composite drag
  • Hard-anondized grey finish
You'll be impressed. The cold-forged 6061 T6 aluminum frame and spool resist the inevitable bangs and scratches to assure a lifetime of performance. A mid-arbor design provides a great balance between backing capacity and rapid line pickup. A super-smooth, one-way bearing enables instant engagement of the maintenance-free composite drag. Elegant, hard-anodized Grey finish. Like its namesake, this reel is a "superb fisher'' in every respect.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cheap this fly reel looks and sounds like it was made from recycled soup cans, the drag disks for my 9/10 are the size of a size 2 fly reel, extra tiny, and it does feel cheap in your hand for the original asking price I would expect a much better quality product! Pflueger can produce the excellent well made Trion fly reel why can't Bass Pro Shops do the same? When you pay out line it sounds like you are hitting the side of a empty soup can! This is a bottom of the line fly reel if you were fishing for a 7 to 8 inch blue glue with emphysema, missing half a tail fin and one eye ball popped out then this would be your fly reel of choice. January 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Solid economy reel This is my first saltwater reel and I paired it with a TFO Lefty Kreh 9' 9wt rod. I'm an experienced freshwater fly fisherman and have moved to an area with excellent saltwater fishing and very little freshwater trout fishing. Over the last 2 1/2 years, I have landed over 100 stripers and blue fish up to 15 lbs. with this rod and reel. It is a very solid reel for anyone just getting in to saltwater fly fishing and will be my backup rod and reel when I purchase my next rig. You will need to rinse the reel and grease it to combat salt and sand in the drag. It is a forged reel, so the engineering is not sufficient for bonefish or any other fish that runs, but it is good for in shore stripers, blues, and redfish. June 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Osprey fly reel I won this reel in a fly fishing contest and swapped for my old reel. So far I am really pleased with the Osprey fly reel. I have easily handled some smaller redfish with it, and I am looking forward to tangling with a big bull red. It has a nice feel, great drag, and good action. I am going to buy an extra spool for it to have a second line loaded and ready - probably a sinking tip line. April 15, 2011
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Really depends on the rod, and fly line size you are using.

If you are using a single handed rod, match the reel to the rod size, i.e. 7wt, 8wt or 9 wt probably, given the size of the fish you're targeting.

I you're using a spey or switch rod, the question is a little harder to answer. Reel size will depend on line used (skagit, scandi, switch line) and amount of running line and backing.

Before you make any decisions, I suggest you discuss with a reputable outfitter, and let them know what you're planning to do. Will save a lot of aggravation in the long run.

Good luck chasing those 20-30lb. salmon!
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Osprey fly reels are junk and not recommended for fishing at all just use in a display case, buy a Pflueger Trion fly reel instead a lot of value for the money and a super quality product or an Okuma Integrity a much better fly reel than the Oscrap and much less expensive!
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The clicking sound is louder than I prefer and would like to surpress this sound, or remove the sound completely.
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You should be able to remove the sound completely by disassembling the drag mechanism and removing the spring loaded posts that fit into the circular pattern of detents around the inside rim of the drag mechanism.
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6 oz

It is best for 7/8/9 wt lines.
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It would be helpful if you showed the weights of the different models on the chart.
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I weighed my Osprey V when empty. It's 156.9 grams, or 5.53 ounces
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