Heritage style meets modern construction in the Hardy Cascapedia Heritage Salmon Fly Reel. This reel features a disc drag system for power, and Hardy even gave it an audible clicker so you don't lose the sound you loved from the original. Full bar-stock aluminum construction has the durability you need with the sleek appearance you want, and features an S-shaped handle for a classic look. This larger version is designed to take on salmon and steelhead with ease, balancing out your two-handed rod in terms of power, drag, and weight.
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