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Marryat Cmr Online Flyreel - A New Concept In Fly Reels

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With regular fly reels you always have a problem deciding how strong the drag should be preset. If you set it too strongly, the line pulls hard from the reel and you risk breaking the tippet. If you set it too loosely, your fish can run so fast that you lose control of the situation.

The new CMR Online lets you preset the standard brake to the minimum setting without the risk of losing control of a running fish. This is because the CMR Online regulates drag pressure just by squeezing the spool handle! Simply squeeze the handle to increase drag force. You remain in control when a fish decides to suddenly take off. Conversely, when you relax finger pressure on the spool handle, it is easy to pull off line and your tippet is protected from breaking. Problem solved!

Simple Description

The spool freely turns in both directions, even when your fingers remain on the handle while winding in.

When a fish is on the line (hence: ONLINE) and starts to run, the spool starts to turn, giving the fish enough line to prevent the tippet from breaking. You can hold on to the handle or wind in and the spool will continue to spin without interruption.

This allows you to fully concentrate on the fishing action and keep your fingers in a natural position on the winding handle.

You can either wait until the fish stops running or squeeze the handle, which activates the drag. There is no need for any special movement or a change in the position of your hand.

You can wind in at any time, even if the spool is turning in the opposite direction while the fish is still running. When the fish decides to stop, winding retrieves the line without breaking the tippet.

You decide, depending on the situation, if you want to activate the drag, how strong the drag should be, whether to let the fish run or force the fish in with a high level of confidence that the tippet won’t break.


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