Located near the Gunnison, Taylor, and Animas rivers in Southern Colorado, Ross Reels uses these iconic trout fisheries to inform its reel designs. On paper, the Colorado LT looks like your typical click-and-pawl throwback, but with its ultralight weight, fully machined construction, and minimalist design, this reel is a far cry from any old-school reel. Being a click-and-pawl reel, the Colorado LT is ideal for fishing everything from skinny mountain streams, spring creeks, and even large rivers. The all-metal clicker withstands wear and tear, and the reel was designed, machined, and assembled in Montrose, Colorado, making it worthy of its Colorado-themed aesthetics.
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