The DAM Quick Spod Reel is a little powerhouse. The medium size enables to cast bait rockets (spods) effortlessly. The zinc-plated gear is capable of handling even the hardest tasks. The DAM Quick Spod Reel is equipped with 3 numbered line clips, which give you the possibility of clipping the line in various positions.
The Quick Spod Reel offers 105cm line retrieve per handle turn making it easy to retrieve the spods. As reels like the Quick Spod Reel are only used for casting and retrieving, Quick didn‘t use expensive micro drags or such things, as their intention was to offer a long cast reel for an attractive price. Spod reels are used exclusively with thin braided line and corresponding leaders and of course they took this into account at the declaration of line capacity.
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Orders Outside Mainland UK
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