TFO BVK Super Large Arbor Fly Reel

TFO BVK Super Large Arbor Fly Reel
TFO BVK Super Large Arbor Fly Reel
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BVK Super Large Arbor Fly Reel by TFO
Complement your rod with the Temple Fork Outfitters BVK Super Large Arbor Fly Reel and relish its fast line pick-up and silky-smooth drag. Equally at home in both fresh and salt waters, this super-large arbor reel features a one-way clutch bearing that makes engagement instant, while the BVK's ported design eliminates excess weight.

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SKU: TFO0017
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