Ross Evo R Spool

Ross Evo R Spool
Ross Evo R Spool
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Evo R Spool by Ross
Turn your Ross Evolution R Reel into a more versatile machine by adding an extra Evo R Spool to your gear bag. A second spool allows you to keep both floating and sinking line on-hand, or switch between different line weights in a flash. The quick-release function allows for easy changes on the water, and the Evo R performs equally well in both left- and right-handed retrieve modes. The Evolution R features a fully sealed drag with a bonded carbon fiber and stainless steel interface that provides smooth power while virtually eliminating start-up inertia to protect your tippet. The body is machined, anodized aluminum for strength, rigidity, and a sleek look.

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