ABEL TR 5/6 FLY REEL (Native Brown Trout Finish Shown)
The New Abel TR Fly Reel is a lightweight masterpiece, with a striking modern design and feel. This ultralight click and pawl reel offers an integrated precision-balanced clicker on the spool, eliminatating the need for a counterweight and retaining an iconic click-pawl sound. The pronounced palming rim is deliberately shaped to manually control drag pressure in various fishing conditions. The TR also features a large-arbor spool engineered to reduce line memory and increase retrieval rate. Machined stainless steel accents on both the frame and spool add to the beautiful, clean look of this Abel reel.
- Only 21 meticulously machined parts ensure a lifetime of dependable use
- A time honored click-pawl system protects light tippet while preventing overrun
- Partially-ported frame for the perfect balance of weight, sound, and aesthetics
- Milled silhouettes of a stonefly, caddis, and mayfly inside the frame
- Quick-change spool with a threaded release cap and large-arbor design
- Designed & machined by trout junkies in Colorado
- Made in the USA
5.00/5 Stars out of 5 Reviews
Richard Jones (Ohio) | November 30th, 2020
Best reel I’ve ever fished.
Anthony Rossetti (IA) | August 25th, 2020
Parker in the shop helped me special order a native brown paint job red handle and red backing, it's a piece of art and you feel guilty using it. Expensive yes. Once in a life time purchase that is worth it 100%
Richard Barry (Texas) | August 11th, 2020
This is the second TR I’ve purchased. First one was purchased in 1996 a 2/3 feather weight. The next is the one Reelflyrod sold to me, a TR 5/6 in July 2020. Amazingly the quality is the same, fit and finish the same, the same beautiful finish. I expect this new addition to work as flawlessly as its 24 year old brother.
Joshua C Etterman (NC) | April 3rd, 2020
These are beautiful are wish I could afford them!
Derek McNeeley (GA) | February 17th, 2020
Absolutely beautiful reel. The click and pawl sound is music to your ears when a fish takes your fly and makes a run for it.