Friday, March 8, 2013

New North Fork Fly Fishing Reels

20" South Fork Snake River Cutthroat Trout we caught last fall.
Just wanted to update everyone... 

...we now have a couple new prototype North Fork Fly Fishing Reels available to the public!  We have Metallic Green 7/8 Wt. reels and Metallic Cutthroat Red 5/6 Wt. reels up for sale.  And again, these are prototype reels so there are no logos and supply is extremely limited, but you can score one for a fraction of what the retail cost will be once we go into full production mode.  These are a limited edition product so Buy One Now.  Once they're gone, they're gone.

As always, they are available for purchase either by contacting us directly or through the seller DNUAMA on eBay which you can checkout HERE.

Now get out there and spend some quality time on the water!

North Fork Fly Fishing Prototype Reel in Cutthroat Red



  1. Hi. Just a curious question. Does this (and the 7/8) have a silent retrieve or do they "click" in both directions ?

    1. They all have a silent retrieve with a click when line is pulled out. I'm not a big fan of reels that click both ways. Hope that helps!
      Thanks for the question!

    2. Thanks Bob. That helps, since I am excatly the opposite :)

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