A lot of fishermen may turn their noses up at small brookies and little rainbows, but it's important to remember that it's not the size of the fish that counts, but the size of the fight in the fish. When you're headed out to catch some wild char and mini 'bows, spool up the Redington Zero Series Fly Reel, throw it on your lightweight rod, and be ready to pull in fish after fish in on this lightweight beauty.The Zero gets it ultralight feel from a die-cast construction, which enables the reel to sport a minimalist and light design that could not be achieved with a machined construction. A click-and-pawl drag keeps the weight at a minimum and gives the reel a vintage feel that will pair well with a light line and fiberglass rod. The Zero's ultralight feel will also pair well with Redington's new and ridiculously light Hydrogen, or any other rod that would benefit from an ultralight reel. The Zero may be light, but it still houses a large arbor for quick line retrieval and a reduction in line memory, and has a unique handle that's molded with a soft material for a more comfortable feel during those long battles, because even little fish can give you a run for your money.
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