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Redington Drift Series Fly Reels
Redington Drift Black Frame
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Redington Drift Black Spool
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Redington Drift Titanium Spool Side
Redington Drift Titanium Spool
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Color: Black
Color: Titanium
Redington Drift Series Fly Reels
Redington Drift Black Frame
Redington Drift Black Spool Side
Redington Drift Black Spool
Redington Drift Titanium Frame
Redington Drift Titanium Spool Side
Redington Drift Titanium Spool

Redington Drift Series Fly Reels

$99.95
Description

Redington Drift Series Fly Reels were designed to meet the specific needs of the trout fisherman. Fully machined from 6061-T6 aluminum, these reels are custom anodized for full corrosion resistance. Drift Series Fly Reels all feature an easy to use click and pawl drag, perfect for protecting light tippets.

These "mid arbor" style (between a standard arbor and a large arbor) reels are generously ported giving them lightweight strength and are a perfect match with todays modern and lightweight fly rods. The Drift Series Fly Reels are a perfect match with Redington's.

Features of Redington Drift Series Fly Reels include:

  • Mid-arbor design
  • Anodized and machined 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Adjustable click & pawl drag system
  • Counter balanced spool
  • Comfortable handle
  • Left/right retreive conversion
  • Quick release spool
  • Nylon reel case included
  • Manufacturer's lifetime warranty

Specifications for Redington Drift Series Fly Reels can be seen in the Specifications tab above.

Specifications
Redington Drift Series Fly Reels
Specifications
ModelDiameter
(in.)
Width
(in.)
Weight
(oz.)
Line
Weight
Line Capacity
(yds./lbs.)
Drift 2/32.61.2783.5375/20
Drift 3/42.831.273.734100/20
Drift 5/63.071.273.95100/20
Reviews
Great bang for the buck
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Buyer
Alaska
About Me:
Avid Fisher
Bought this for the wife as she goes fishing from time to time with me. She ended up using the lamson because she had a hard time setting a hook with no drag so I used it and was very impressed with it.
Pros: Durable, Easy Casting, Smooth Reeling, Line Doesn't Tangle
Cons: none
Best Uses: Fly Fishing, River Fishing
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