Hardy Wide Spool Perfect Fly Reel

Hardy Wide Spool Perfect Fly Reel
Hardy Wide Spool Perfect Fly Reel
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Wide Spool Perfect Fly Reel by Hardy
Built and designed by master craftsmen in Alnwick, England, the Hardy Wide Spool Perfect Fly Reel provides a truly classic look and sound with uncompromising performance. The wide spool increases the backing capacity for long runs, and the time-tested click-check system lends a butter smooth, sweet singing drag. Add in the dark anodized finish and ivorine handle, and you've found a worthy companion for your vintage bamboo rod.

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SKU: HDY0049
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