- Lightest reel in its class
- Beautiful die-cast construction
- Spring loaded, clicker drag system
- Easily converts to left or right-hand retrieve
- Twin molded, soft-touch ergonomic handles
- Large arbor design speeds retrieve and reduces line memory
- Nylon reel case included
- Backed by Redington Lifetime Warranty
- Weight: 3oz
- Diameter: 3.3”
- Capacity: 100yds/20#
4.88/5 Stars out of 8 Reviews
Austin (AR) | January 12th, 2020
I wanted a light and simple reel for my 4wt set up and this was my pick. I was surprised when it arrived at how light it was and the build quality is nicer than expected. Only fished it once but I'm impressed so far.
Austin (PA) | December 25th, 2019
This reel is probably the lightest fly reel I’ve ever held in my life. There’s no drag adjustment but it’s hardly ever an issue keeping fish pinned.
Mason (PA) | December 25th, 2019
Very light, very durable, great reel overall
Rich DuBois (WA) | October 27th, 2019
Excellent reel for the price. With a Rio Single Handed Spey Line this gives me the ability for longer casts using my 4 weight. As always excellent service and quick delivery.
Tim (Colorado) | October 4th, 2019
Very simple reel but it works great. With a large fish, you may have to palm the reel a bit but that’s part of the fun of this type of reel.
Joanna (Tennessee) | September 23rd, 2019
holy cow i love the avocado color! reel is beautiful and lightweight! def happy with my purchase!
Ben (Ohio) | August 6th, 2019
Love these for the price and weight. No drag adjustment but hardly ever need it. Only complaint is how loud it is!
Tim (Milwaukee, WI) | March 8th, 2019
I bought one of these little click and pawl reels last year to fish the front range in Colorado. The first thing I noticed was the weight. I thought they must have made a mistake and sent me a spool, not the whole reel! The zero lives up to its name - a true featherweight. It matched my 4wt, 8 ft perfectly. (My other reels are machined with fancy drag systems and are all more than 200 bucks.) I figured I could get away with this little guy because I assumed I would be catching smaller fish. I hadn't anticipated three, 20-inch rainbows but this reel handled them with ease. In one case, the #18 BWO hook was bent to hell by the fish but the 6x tippet held up. I have also dropped this reel plenty and it hasn't bent or broke. The design is elegant- with a push button release at the center of the spool and it comes in some wild colors too. The sound of the zero is the sound of fly fishing- a zip and rippy zing that reminds me why I don't throw Rapalas and plastic worms anymore. At under 100 bucks, buy a couple of these and don't look back. If you are jumping on the fiberglass train, I can't think of a better companion for your new rod. Thanks Redington for another great product that regular folks like me can afford.