|Backing capacity: 75 yards & 20 lb (3/4), 100 yards & 20 lb (5/6), 200 yards & 20 lb (7/8), 250 yards & 20 lb (9/10)|
|Diameter: 3 in (3/4), 3.23 in (5/6), 3.47 in (7/8), 3.7 in (9/10)|
|Left and right handed operation: No|
|Recommended use: Fly fishing|
|Fly line weight: Fly line weight:3/4 wt, 5/6 wt, 7/8 wt, 9/10 wt|
A must have, high performer from Redington
The Rise Series is Redington’s go-to, dependable fly fishing reel for consistent results each and every time. This reel can provide the salt or freshwater fly fisher with everything they need, and what’s more it can do it at a price that won’t break the bank. The Rise provides a back to basics, no frills, reliable and genuine experience, with of course that trademark touch of class from Redington. Here are just a few of the features the Rise Series has to offer:
- Large arbor design for faster line retrieval, reduced line memory and more consistent drag
- Cork and Teflon drag system supplies powerful line control
- New and improved hole pattern design reduces weight of reel
- Fully machined aluminum construction for strength and durability
- Improved frame to spool overlap helps to prevent line slippage between the spool and the frame
- Low profile spool release to make switching out lines easier than ever
As if this isn’t enough to get you hooked on the Rise Series, the reel also comes with a nylon reel case to ensure its protection during transport and storage. This is a reel you can take anywhere and expect it to perform on the spot, regardless of the conditions. What’s more, the Rise Series is covered by a lifetime warranty from Redington, providing you with the ultimate peace of mind no matter where or when you are fishing. Honestly, what more could you ask for?!
Pros: One of the major advantages of this reel is its strength. It can be dropped, knocked, hit, trodden on, thrown, and abused in just about any other way conceivable and the machined aluminum will withstand it. Another advantage of this reel is its price tag – Redington is a quality brand known for its reliability and affordability, and the Rise Series appears to be yet another classic example of this.
Cons: The strength and durability of this reel may be its advantage, but it does come at a cost – the Rise Series is considerably heavier than many similar reels currently available. This may make casting for long periods of time difficult, or may cause your rod-reel combo to be unbalanced.