Sure, the newly designed Rise Series Fly Reel from Redington is going to turn a few heads from your fellow anglers with its sleek machined construction and modern aesthetic, but where it really is going to turn some heads is with its fish-stopping carbon-fiber disc drag and ultra-large arbor design that will give you upper hand over combative trout and hard-to-land salmonids. Available in a wide range of sizes to suit just about any fishing scenario, Redington gave this reel a smooth and compact carbon-fiber drag system, a soft-touch ergonomic handle, and an oversized drag knob so you can quickly dial up the torque on those hard-fighting fish. The reel can be easily converted to either a left- or right-handed retrieve, and its U-channel arbor accommodates plenty of backing when you need it.
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