Code Product Weight Ratio Capacity
1176 620 QUICK CAMARO 620 FS 301g 5.1:1 265m/0,20mm
1176 630 QUICK CAMARO 630 FS 329g 5.1:1 140m/0,30mm
1176 640 QUICK CAMARO 640 FS 412g 5.5:1 137m/0,40mm
1176 650 QUICK CAMARO 650 FS 433g 5.5:1 115m/0,50mm
The next generation of the immensely popular Quick Camaro spinning reels: the Camaro FS series. FS stands for “free spool”. It has the same good looks as the already existing Quick Camaro FD (front drag) reels but they are now equipped with a very smooth and reliable free spool system. That makes these reels even more suitable for carp, pike or method feeder fishing. Available in four sizes. Great value for money!
At North East Tackle Supplies we carry the full range of Dam reels including the new DAM Quick Camaro FS Reels
Mainland UK orders only
Next Day Delivery is available (excluding Highlands, Islands and overseas) for orders placed before 12:00am Monday-Thursday, Orders under 2kg and under £30.00 are sent by courier on a 3-5 working day service. Due to the delivery of goods being fulfilled by third party companies no guarantees are offered.
Orders Outside Mainland UK
Please note all orders outside mainland UK may be subject to change with regard to shipping. Third party couriers ship via volumetric weight. Please be assured that if changes to shipping costs that do occur North East Tackle Supplies will contact customers prior to shipping. Any changes to shipping costs not agreed by both parties a full refund will be offered.
Payment can be made online by any credit or debit card, or by Paypal.
Our site uses the latest 128 bit SSL security, complying with and exceeding all necessary security requirements to protect your details. We do not store any sensitive information (card number, etc).
SSL encrypts your order online to avoid any decoding of that information of anyone other than the necessary processing parties. To check the security of your connection, look at the status bar of your browser window after accessing the server. If you see an unbroken key or a closed lock then, depending upon your browser, SSL is active. You can also double check by looking at the URL line of your browser - while accessing a secure server the first characters of the address will change from HTTP to HTTPS.