Hardy Ultralite SDSL Spool

Hardy Ultralite SDSL Spool
Hardy Ultralite SDSL Spool
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Ultralite SDSL Spool by Hardy
You make sure you have plenty of options for flies while you're on the water, grab the Hardy Ultralite SDSL Spool, and be sure you can change your line quickly and easily. The fully sealed carbon fiber disc drag system is resilient and has a color-coded, 340-degree regulator for precise adjustment. The fully-machined construction is strong without weighing you down, and features a captive spool release system for easy spool changes.

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SKU: HDY001E
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