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Eagle Claw Inline Ice Reel - Dick's Sporting Goods

Eagle Claw Inline Ice Reel

Item Number: 28661416
Price: $24.99
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The Eagle Claw Inline Ice Reel features some of the most consistent performance on the ice. Smooth operation comes from the 5 ball bearing system along with a freespool release button. The Teflon drag system resists freezing temperatures and offers smooth, consistent drag. The Eagle Claw® Inline Ice Reel is outfitted with a large arbor spool that reduces line twisting and ensures better lure presentation.

FEATURES:

  • Inline ice reel designed to reduce line twisting
  • Teflon drag resists cold temperature for consistent performance
  • Smooth 4+1 ball bearing system
  • Freespool release button
  • Adjustable star drag
  • Durable nylon reel construction
  • Eagle Claw

SPECS:

Model: ECILIRB
  • Line Capacity (yds/lbs): 270/11, 110/2, 45/4
  • Ball Bearings: 4+1


Country of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by A REEL Deal I bought 6 of these units from Dick's and fished all winter locally. These are great little units and with the free spool release, you can get your line down the hole fast. Another great feature is the ability to switch from left to right hand reeling for those who prefer a right hand retrieve. It's easy to switch and there is a great video to show you how to do it in very easy to follow step by step instructions. The tension controls take a bit to get used to. Too loose and the line snarls and too tight and it won't release at all. A quick check of the tension is also required occasionally to make sure that it doesn't loosen up on itself. (I lost a great fish because of this.# The only downfall was my fishing trip to Northern Minnesota's Lake of the Woods where one of the units seemed to slip a gear and wouldn't reel up. I lost another nice fish during this. I ended up having to send it back to Dick's. By the time that it went bad, they were out of stock for the season. They cheerfully returned my money but sure would have rather had another reel. I hated to go back to my other backup equipment after using an inline reel. By the way, I did look at several other brands of inline reels like the Black Betty and was shocked at the price. I couldn't justify the cost for the upgrade especially when buying 6 of them.. I plan on buying a few more for this winter as soon as they return to stock. #This time I'll have a spare just in case!) The bottom line is that it's a good reel for a great price. July 23, 2014
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