When you are raring on the river bank ready for a day of big river nymphing, but you realize your Spectrum Max reel is still spooled with a floating line from fishing dry flies last week, don't panic! There's no need to respool or switch rods, just pull out your Spectrum Max spool where your sinking line is ready to go. Just swap it out, tie on your favorite nymph, and start casting! Whether you want varied buoyancy options or different weights for multiple rods, a spare spool offers a convenient and affordable way to adapt on the go. This spool is made with cold-forged aerospace grade 6061 aluminum that is precision-machined and then anodized to produce a corrosion resistant reel with an incredible strength-to-weight ratio. The increased capacity of the arbor affords faster retrieval while minimizing line coiling. The larger arbor ensures flexibility as it can accommodate any line setup for whatever style casting you want to do.
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