When the fish are completely ignoring your dry flies and you need to try something drastic try switching it up by switching out your Spectrum C Spool. You only need to take a few seconds out of your valuable on-water time to swap out for a spare that is already spooled with a full-sinking line. Conveniently go from floating dries to sinking streamers and catching more fish with a quick and easy swap. A spare spool keeps you nimble on the water as you learn to adapt and keep up with picky fish and temperamental weather. Sage uses an aluminum die-cast construction that is machine finished and then powder coated to produce a corrosion resistant spool for lightweight, rugged performance. The concave shape and increased capacity mean the large arbor retrieves faster and also minimizes irritating line coiling. Increased space allows for flexibility in your line set up so you can fish anytime and anywhere.
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