Kara Armano explains Sage’s newest full-frame reel design in their lineup, the Domain, which comes in sizes 5 -10 and retails from $340 – $380. Features of the Domain Reel: SCS drag system Large arbor for fast line pick up … more
Latest Fly Reels News
Jeff Paterson of Abel Reels gets into what he calls the company’s “headline act” for 2015: a reel the company has been working on for four or five years called the Sealed Drag or SD series.
John Torok of Hatch Outdoors gives MidCurrent the skinny on the company’s newest lightweight trout reel called the Two Plus.
Cheeky Fly Fishing is bringing three new reel designs to the market with their “Boost” reel series, which combines “incredible performance, good looks and great value,” says owner Ted Upton. Read more in the press release below.
Jana Superstein from Superfly explains the launch of their new website and combo rod and reel kit that’s designed to to be a one-stop shop for anyone getting into the sport of fly fishing.
Kristen Mustad of Nautilus Reels explains the CCFX2 Silver King reels, which won two awards at this year’s International Fly Tackle Dealer’s Show in Orlando. The CCFX2 Silver King is another pairing of light, yet durable aluminum frame with high-performance … more
John Shaner, VP of Client Services for Douglas Outdoors, explains the new company’s USA-handcrafted reel, the Argus. Keep your ears peeled for more news from Douglas Outdoors; it’s a company that will be making waves in the fly world in … more
It is expected that Ross Reels will announce a new trout reel series tentatively named the “Animas” at the upcoming International Fly Tackle Dealers show in Orlando Florida July 16-18.
The new “DOMAIN” reel from Sage combines the classic full frame with modern large-arbor design, and the high performance of advanced technology with the dependability of tradition. Available August 2014. Read more in the press release below.
Cheeky Fly Fishing has announced several transitions for the coming year. Ted Upton has been named as new Chief Executive Officer, and the company will relocate back to its roots in the greater Boston area. Read more in the press … more