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Waterworks Lamson Cobalt

Waterworks Lamson Cobalt

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Amid the current profusion of fly reels on the market, it’s hard to imagine much new being brought to the… more »

Dean River steelhead

What’s that Reel?

by Ross Purnell, Editor 2

We’ve had some emails and phone calls in the past two weeks about the current cover image of Fly Fisherman,… more »


New Fly Reels: Fresh and Salt Water

by Fly Fisherman 1

You’ve probably heard the myth that in trout fishing, your fly reel is nothing more than a line holder. Well,… more »


Tibor Signature Series Trout Reel

by Fly Fisherman 0

Ted Juracsik set the saltwater world on its head when he reinvented the Tibor brand with his Tibor Signature Series…. more »


Hardy Ultralite SDS

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Green means go on the color-coded drag system of the new Hardy Ultralite SDS reel. When you want to slow… more »


Nautilus CCF-X2

by Fly Fisherman 0

Low start-up inertia is easy when the drag is set low. The difficult thing is to have low inertia when… more »


Abel Steal Your Face Reel

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

You don’t have to be a Grateful Dead fan to love this reel, but it helps. Abel licensed the Abel… more »


Hardy Bougle The “Perfect” Reel

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Hardy Bougle ($475-$595 What list of “perfect things” would be complete without a Hardy Perfect reel? The Hardy Bouglé (pronounced… more »

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Jack Charlton The Giant Killer

by Bruce Chard 0

  Jack Charlton designed some of the most sought after fly reels in the world. You might enjoy reading this… more »


Product Review: Long Live the CDL

by John Larison 1

Several years back, I set up a few new spey rods with Redington’s CDL reels in the 10/11 weight size…. more »

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