Mitchell Avocet RZ Front Drag Spinning Reel

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Overview

About Mitchell Avocet RZ Front Drag Spinning Reel

Closeouts. Mitchell's Avocet RZ Front Drag spinning reel features high-quality components, accommodates heavier lines and offers a great value. It has a multi-disc drag system and four bearings with instant anti-reverse for smooth operation.

Specs

Specs about Mitchell Avocet RZ Front Drag Spinning Reel

  • Drag material: Composite
  • Line capacity: Mono (lb. test/yd.): 6/185, 8/120, 10/110; Braid: 6/275, 8/190,10/160
  • Retrieve: Left or Right
  • Weight: 8.7 oz.
  • Material: Aluminum, composite, steel
  • Made in China
  • Prop 65: This product contains a chemical or substance known to the state of California to potentially cause reproductive harm
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3.000000 5 Overall Rating: 3 Based on 4 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gearhead from California on Monday, September 12, 2016
Price point was great. They were priced at $12.00 on sale where everywhere else $30.00. These reels are their lower end model but they are still pretty smooth. Mitchell has been around for awhile and they produce quality products. Sierra Trading post has great prices. I have bought a lot of outdoor ... Read More
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About Mitchell

The history behind Mitchell fishing reels and rods can actually be traced back to the mid-1800s when a man named Louis Carpano co-founded a watch gear manufacturing company in Savoy. After the business passed to Louis’ nephew in the early 20th century, the company (then called Carpono & Pons) began manufacturing fishing reels, eventually earning a patent for an open-faced spinning reel in 1950. More models were added over time, including the extremely popular Mitchell 300, which would become the brand’s flagship spinning reel (and is still being sold today). By 1970, the company was manufacturing an astounding 12,000 reels per day. Thirty years later, the Mitchell rods and reels brand was acquired by Pure Fishing, Inc., headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina.