We spoke with a number of fishing guides, read countless online reviews and even picked up a couple of reels for some in-depth reviews a little further down the track. Here are the top picks for the best fly reels available today.
In this Redington Path Review we run through one of the most affordable fast action rods on the market. We will provide you with a step-by-step guide on everything you need to know about the Redington Path II combo.
In this Orvis Clearwater Review we test the performance of the signature entry-level series from Orvis to determine if it is the best beginner / backup rod. We also have a review of the Orvis Helios 3 if you’re looking for a more premium fly rod.
In this Redington zero review we put this new click-and-pawl drag system to the test. It is one of the lightest fly fishing reels on the market. Read on to know more about the features of the Redington Zero,
Abel has a wide range of reels for every angler. In this post, we give you our thorough review of every Abel reels available in the market today. From freshwater to saltwater fly reels, we covered it all here.
Over the years, I’ve learned what specs truly matter and what to look out for on a reel to ensure it lasts. This article includes an in-depth look at the features and characteristics you should look for in the best budget fly fishing reel.
In this orvis clearwater fly reel review, we’ll be examining the Orvis Clearwater large arbor reel. does it live up to its reputation? How does this diecast reel compare to a machined reel? We’ll answer all your questions in our detailed Clearwater reel review!
Echo Ion Fly Reel is a superb low-cost fly reel can easily compare against premium reels thanks to the close attention to detail and smart design from the folks at Echo. Let’s take a look at this Echo Ion fly reel review and see what it has to offer!
In this post we’ll take a closer review at the Galvan Torque Fly Reel. As the first reel series to have the ‘Galvan torque‘ drag employed in it and this system is now the only system built in all of the Galvan fly reels.
Most often all other fly fishing gear is considered before the reel but this is sometimes the worst thing to do. Remember the reel that holds your line and you use to fight your bigger fish with. Below I will go through what I think are the best 5wt fly reels on the market today.
In this Lamson Litespeed Review we find out just how this fly reel performs. After speaking to experts and the team at Lamson, we can show you everything you need to know about this wonderful fly reel.
When in the market for the best 6wt fly fishing reel, there are a few things to consider. What species of fish are you going to be targeting with the reel is probably your question. While a 6wt reel is a very versatile reel it can be too heavy for your lighter applications.
A full and updated review of Hydrogen fly rod from Redington. This fly rod is one of the best and one of the lightest rod on its class. Read on to know and find out if the Redington Hydrogen lives up to its reputation!
If you enjoy the retro lifestyle and the feeling that all your fish are big then the the butter Stick is for you. In this review, we will look at the Butter Stick rod with its retro-appearance and the skill levels required to effectively cast the Butter Stick.
Orvis is one of the biggest names in fly fishing rod. They make some of the finest fly fishing gear on the market. In this Orvis Recon review we’ll take a closer look at every aspect of this rod and how it compares to other popular rods.
In recent years, most new premium rods have been designed to maximize distance and line speed. We like to keep you up to date on reviews so we’ve reviewed the Helios III here for you, to see if it truly stands up to the hype.
If you’re looking for a sturdy rod for saltwater fly fishing, you need to check out the Sage Motive. Here’s our in-depth review Sage Motive fly rod so you can decide whether it’s the right rod for you!
The Asquith is one of the best all-around fly rods that has ever been made. Built from Spiral X tech, it’s incredibly light while being super powerful. It’s an extremely tough fly rod that compares to the NRX, just try and break it on a fish, it’s almost not possible.
In this Fenwick Aetos Review we test the performance of the signature series from Fenwick. You’ll find everything you need to know right here in this Fenwick Aetos review so you can decide if this is the rod for you.
The Exocett fly rod is made for fishing for large predatory fish, both in fresh and saltwater. The fast action and light design come with a lot of power and these rods really do perform exceptionally well when you need to cast small or big flies over 60ft, as is often the case in the salt.
Today, in this Loop fly rod reviews, we are going to look closely at their series of rods, so you can pick the right option for your fly fishing needs. Join me as we run through each Loop fly rod review.
Join me as we take a look at some of the best fly rods for salmon fishing on the market. We’ll cover a few different brands and discuss all the details you need to know to pick the right fly rod for you.
We are a huge fan of Sage fly rods and we love that Sage are making fly fishing more accessible to a wider range of anglers. Here’s our detailed review of the Sage Foundation fly rod series, so you can find out if this is the right rod for you!
The Moonshine Rod Co. is a company that has flown under the radar, but we think it deserves some more attention! So here’s our in-depth Moonshine fly rods review. Find out whether they have the right fly rod for you!