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Echo Composite Fly Fishing Reels available at Traditional AnglerThe ECHO composite large arbor reel is manufactured in Denmark to rigid quality standards by Danica, one of Europe's premier reel makers. The large arbor design picks up line faster than standard reels and includes stainless steel and anodized components to help make it impervious to the harsh conditions found in rivers and oceans.

Echo Composite Fly Fishing Reels available at Traditional AnglerThe composite material used in the spool and body has an exceptional weight to strength ratio and includes graphite fibers to help resist impact better than metal reels. The ECHO reels give you exceptional long-lasting performance for an incredible price.  Comes with a 1-year warranty against defects.

Both reels include:

-Teflon / stainless steel disc drag
-Sealed bearings
-No slip roller clutch
-Easy left to right hand conversion
-Low maintenance stainless/ anodized parts.

 

Echo Models

Model  46Echo 46 Fly Fishing Reels available at Traditional Angler

DRAG: Disc
CAPACITY:
  WF-4-F with 175 yd of 20 lb backing
  WF-5-F with 150 yd of 20 lb backing
  WF-6-F with 125 yd of 20 lb backing
WEIGHT: 5.1 oz
DIAMETER: 3.25"
 

 


Model 69Echo 69 Fly Fishing Reels available at Traditional Angler

DRAG: Disc
CAPACITY:
  WF-6-F with 250 yd of 20 lb backing
  WF-7-F with 200 yd of 20 lb backing
  WF-8-F with 175 yd of 20 lb backing
  WF-9-F with 150 yd of 20 lb backing
WEIGHT: 5.6 oz
DIAMETER: 3.75"
 

 

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