Eagle Claw® Black Eagle Fly Reel

Item # WX2-146514

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Details & Specs

Eagle Claw® Black Eagle Fly Reel.

Durable lightweight machined aluminum body has a simple design, but this Reel gets the job done! Converts easily to left or right hand retrieve. Click drag system lets the line go nice and smooth.

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    The product is great but as I already stated it came in a box without any instructions or warranty information
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Articles & Tips
Fly Casting Tips: How To Be Brad Pitt

Every guy has a vision of casting a perfect fly line, the line looping out just like a scene from the movie, "A River Runs Through It," but just as none of us will be Brad Pitt casting in the movie, except in our daydreams, the perfect fly cast often isn't possible. Here are some tips that can help you out the next time you face less than ideal casting conditions.

Spring Panfish On The Fly

If you're like me, then springtime for you means crappies and sunfish. I love finding them, catching them and eating them! There are times, however, when the fish are quite finicky and can be caught best on light fly tackle. It can be the most productive way to put big slabs in the livewell and on your family's dinner table! Here's how to catch them!

Fishing With Both Hands — Jobs For Your Non-Casting Hand

When fly fishing -- it's true that when fishing locations, such as Maine's Kennebec River, we want our offhand to be swatting horseflies. In Yellowstone, some of us like our non-casting hand to be clutching bear spray. Nevertheless, bugs and bears aside, there are four main responsibilities for your non-casting hand.

When The Panfish Bite Is Tough, Fly Away

Sometimes, when fish are non-active to negative, fly tackle is the best way to get them to bite. Sometimes it's the only way. Not only is fly fishing for crappies and sunfish deadly, but it's also incredibly fun!

Spring Rainbows On Trolled Streamers

Mid- to late-April is when ice often leaves many northern lakes, unveiling open water trout fishing. I particularly enjoy targeting rainbow on small lakes at this time of year. I prefer to troll streamers from either a canoe or a rowboat. The stop-and-go movement of these boats gives the fly an erratic, irresistible action. Here's how to do it.

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