You started the morning throwing dry flies on a floating line, but this afternoon is going to call for a sinking line for swinging streamers, luckily you have the Sage Spey spool all strung up and ready to go. When the weather starts changing and different fish start biting you can pull your spare spool out of your pack and make a quick on-river swap and get back to what matters most -- fishing. Whether you want both a floating and sinking line on hand or you prefer to have different line weights available for multiple rods, the Spey spool offers a convenient and affordable way to bring versatility to your Sage Spey reel setup. 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 concave shape and increased capacity of the arbor afford faster retrieval while discouraging annoying line coiling that can ruin a good cast. The larger arbor ensures adaptability as it can accommodate larger spey lines and keep you fishing no matter what's biting.
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