Reels for the trout grayling salmon pike tenkara
Some fisherman felt that to complete the Koma range we needed a cassette reel. Well here it is. Look carefully. It does not look like a cassette reel but there it is. Easy to use and a nice looking reel. Line #7/8 188 gr Ø97mm WF7F+150m 20LB.
With the strong and seamlessly smooth Power Matrix drag system, the Evotec G4 series is the reel to have attached to the rod when the fish of a lifetime hits your fly. The model sold here is cranked to the right but is reversible left / right. No shipping costs (reels).
The quiet OPTI DRYFLY like the CREEK is the ideal reel for fishing in Europe. The 102mm diameter spool allows classic fishing in dry, nymph and drowned without risk of breakage. A must and like other Opti it is large arbor and has a brake power matrix. Free shipping.
A premium reel requires a world-class brake, plenty of line capcity, a light but still solid construction and last but definitely not least a unique design to separate it clearly from all the other reels on the market. Those were our main objectives when we set out to do just that with our novel XO fly reels. Free delivery.
The brake mechanism has been used for over 20 years with countless huge fish under its belt and now it’s mounted on this sturdy but beautiful reel family. The waterproofing utilises axel seals from German Ina and all bearings are from Japan. If you want to know the exact stock, send us an email. Free delivery
The outlook of the reel follows closely classical salmon reel design principles with only few holes on the handle side of the reel to provide some amount of ventilation for fly line and backing after long fishing hours. Free delivery.
These are more traditional, mid arbour reels. They are more compact in size but still hold a good amount of backing with modern full-length fly lines. Ö reels are light in weight especially when compared to their capacity so if you’re looking for a light set, this could be your choice for a reel. The fully adjustable disc brake is smooth and offers plenty...