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Sage 4200 Series Fly Reel - Spool

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Because no one likes to get skunked.

Set up the Sage 4200 Series Fly Reel Spool with sinking line and have an another option when finicky fish ignore your floating line setup.
  • Compatible with the Sage 4200 Series Spey Fly Reel (sold separately)
  • Curved large-arbor design maximizes line capacity while adding strength and saving weight, enables faster line retrieve, more consistent drag, and reduces line coiling
  • Durable, full-machined 6061-T6 aluminum resists corrosion and provides a lifetime of smooth problem-free performance when rinsed properly after use
  • Neoprene case protects the 4200 spool during transport and storage
  • If you're buying a reel or spool and fly line, we'll be happy to rig it up for you, please give us a call at (855)-712-0513 for details
  • Item #SAG0022

Tech Specs

Diameter
(3/4wt) 3.25 in, (5/6wt) 3.625 in, (7/8wt) 4 in, (9/10wt) 4.25 in
Recommended Use
fly fishing

Tech Specs

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Slick deal.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This spool's pretty slick—it switches out easily, looks great, and holds a ton of backing. I have a spool of floating line and sinking line on hand so I can keep get down deep when I'm fishing lakes.

Spool is Great, Swapping Spools is Not

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Everything about the the 4250 reel and spool is great, except for swapping the spools. I gave the reel great reviews, so I'll give the spool mediocre review, even though I'm not sure it's the spool's fault.
Basically, to change spools you have to unscrew this little cap piece on the reel, make sure you keep track of it, and the swap spools. I know it doesn't sound like much, but if you're trying to swap spools out on the water, it'd a delicate process. I wish it were a one-button release like a lot of spools have.
Everything else about the spool is top notch, it just needs a little bit better design there.