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Lamson Litespeed 3.5 Series IV Fly Reel

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About Lamson Litespeed 3.5 Series IV Fly Reel

Closeouts. Lightweight and incredibly reliable, Lamson's Litespeed 3.5 Series IV fly reel is an American-made thoroughbred for fishing in varying conditions. The conical disc drag system is smooth and responsive, and it's been updated with an even higher retrieve rate.


Specs about Lamson Litespeed 3.5 Series IV Fly Reel

  • Line weight: 8, 9
  • Arbor size: Large
  • Drag type: Conical
  • Drag material: Composite
  • Line capacity: WF9 + 250 yd. 20# backing
  • Handle: Composite
  • Retrieve: Left or Right
  • Weight: 5.1 oz.
  • Diameter: 4"
  • Width: 1.38"
  • Material: Machined aluminum, stainless steel
  • Recommended use: Freshwater,Saltwater
  • Made in United States of America , China (Neoprene reel pouch)
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  • “How much is a spare spool ”
    Asked by Denis the Jumper from New York on 7/10/2017 5:56:03 PM
    • We do not carry spare spools. You would need to contact the manufacturer.
      Answered on 7/11/2017 11:24:01 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
  • “Will that reel hold a 400 gr skagit system”
    Asked by Hplaw from Mi on 3/21/2017 6:34:42 PM
    • Yes, it will work.
      Answered on 3/28/2017 3:45:44 PM by Product specialist Marv from Sierra Trading Post

About Lamson

When Lamson designers and engineers set about to revolutionize fly fishing reels, they threw out the existing assumptions and started from scratch. Beginning with a blank piece of paper, they re-designed, re-thought, and re-tooled fly fishing reels to achieve a crucial balance and optimal performance. Lighter materials like titanium and polymers took the place of steel, wood and cork. Simplified designs meant fewer components, lighter weight and amazing longevity. Along the way, Lamson shaved so much weight from the reel that larger, better-retrieving arbors were incorporated into the design. They topped off their list of impressive advancements with a high performance, conical polymer alloy drag system. The result? Precisely machined fly fishing reels constructed from space age materials that are so light, they seem to defy gravity.