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    Sage Click I Spool (ONLY), Bronze, 000-0wt

    Item: 3724
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    Availability: In Stock Ready to Fish. Usually Ships 3 - 10 Business Days.
    Price: $125.00
    Special Price: $81.25
      
      
      
      
     
    Leland on the Sage Click I Fly Fishing Reel

    If your idea of trout fishing involves Sierra mountain air, delicate stalking, laser precision casting, and reel-palming magic, Sage's new Click I Fly Reel, Line 000-0 is right up your alley! This reel is beautifully machined and weighs an incredible 2 1/4 ounces so it'll balance perfectly with the lightest trout rods out there. In addition to an ultra lightweight design, this attractive reel utilizes a durable rubber clicker for excellent sensitivity and a more traditional feel. It's built to handle the lightest fly lines on the market, so rig up your favorite triangle taper 000- to 0-weight and hike into that magical spring creek you've kept a secret all these years! Wily trout and gentle runs they call home are calling your name!
    • Line Weights: 000-0
    • Line + Yards of Backing: DT-0-F + 50 #12
    • Weight: 2 1/4 oz
    • Machined Aircraft Aluminum
    • Ultra lightweight construction
    • Design offers excellent small rod balance
    • Utilizes reversible clicker for excellent sensitivity
    • Clicker adjustment knob to dial in line tension
    • Wide clicker and gear teeth to minimize tip contact pressure, resulting in less wear on the clicker itself
    • Curved arbor for increased backing capacity and rigidity
    • Spool and frame designed to minimize weight and maximize rigidity
    • Handle shaped for comfort and grip
    • Bronze anodization
    • Protective neoprene case
    • Design: the perfect lightweight reel, specially designed to balance with the lightest trout rods on the market
    Leland on Sage Sage has been as committed to performance and innovation as any fly rod manufacturer in the world. Their dedication to research and development has produced some of the finest fly fishing rods ever conceived. Models like the XP and RPLX helped put Sage in a class reserved for only the best manufacturers. And many argue models like the Xi2 and the Z-Axis have sent more than a few companies scurrying to catch up. Sage, under the guise of company founder Don Green, has been pushing the envelope with state of the art materials from the moment the company opened it's doors in 1980. Sage was the first company to incorporate the use of IM6 (Graphite II) graphite in their fly rods. Through out the years Sage's use of graphite evolved, from graphite II and then to graphite III, and finally graphite IV. Today, all their high-end rods contain Graphite IIIe, a blend of both graphite III and IV. To date, graphite IIIe has the highest strength to weight ratio on the market. From the outset, the company's goal has been to create rods that generate high line speeds. As thousands of Sage owners will attest, the design of their rods enables the fisherman to have extraordinary line control. Casting a Sage fly rod means placing your fly where you want it, not where you hope it g'es. In 1994 Sage brought in Jerry Siem to take over rod development and design. Siem, a Minnesota native, has been responsible for the development of the XP, SLT and Xi2. These fly rods quickly found themselves on rivers, streams, and flats all over the world. They are characterized as exceptional casting rods that allow both the novice and the expert to enjoy them tremendously. With the advent of the TCR in 2003, then Xi2 in 2004 and now the Z-Axis, Jerry has raised the bar for what is known as "fast action rods". Sage has nine separate rod lines (excluding their impressive Spey rods), encompassing the spectrum of applications. Located on Bainbridge Island, Washington. Sage was once a company composed of less than ten people, and has now grown to over 130 employees. All of the rods in the Sage line are manufactured under the same roof. On average, it takes thirty-five days and over one hundred separate hand steps to produce a single rod. All Sage fly rods come with an unconditional lifetime warranty.
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