Redington Crosswater Pre-spooled Fly Reels


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Redington Crosswater Pre-spooled Fly Reels - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Redington Crosswater Fly Reels boast a versatile and durable construction with an ultra lightweight and simplistic design. These reels can easily convert to right or left hand retrieval and feature a strong disc drag system for great fish stopping power. These reels come pre-spooled and include a cloth reel bag.

  • Versatile, durable with an ultra lightweight and simple design
  • Large arbor design for easier and quicker retrieve
  • Strong disc drag system for great fish stopping power
  • Converts to right or left hand retrieve
  • Easy to change spool
  • Pre-spooled
  • Cloth reel bag


Model: Crosswater 4/5/6 with line
  • Reel Line: 4/5/6
  • Line Capacity (yd/lb): 100/20
  • Diameter: 3.55 in
  • Weight: 5.9 oz

Model: Crosswater 7/8/9 with line
  • Reel Line: 7/8/9
  • Line Capacity (yd/lb): 175/20
  • Diameter: 3.95 in
  • Weight: 6.9 oz
  • Redington
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 11468979

Customer Reviews:

Rated 2 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Ok reel I did not buy this reel from Dicks, but I saw the review about it falling apart. I have had two of these reels for a few years now. I use them on my teaching rod and they get used a lot, a lot. I have not fished with them, but they have adequate drag and capacity to do that satisfactorily. They are relatively sturdy. The one problem is that the resin frame is a tad flexible and some times fly line and/or leader gets wrapped around the center because the flexible frame allows it to slip between the spoon and the frame. Not optimal, but does not deserve a 1 star. Not bad for the price. November 16, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by It fell apart I used this reel maybe 4 times and it fell apart in the river. Not much use to me there. It appears to be one small screw that holds the whole thing together and that backed all the way out. August 23, 2013
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