Feeder & float sizes
2 spare spool
Unique spool marker to know what lb lin is on spool
Drennan Series 7 Float Reel These high-spec, rear drag fishing reels out of the Drennan Series 7 stable are extremely competitively priced. Supplied with 1 alloy spool (39mm) on the reel, and 2 spare composite spools (1 x 40mm & 1 x 41mm), all of the spools are designed to hold only 100m of popular float fishing reel lines from 2lb up to 6lb without the need for any backing. The front of the spools have a small rubber insert which indicates what breaking strain line you have on that spool and the spools also have a small indentation on them so as to house the knot where your line is attached to it. The Drennan 40 size is ideal for feeder fishing and the 30 size is ideal for float fishing. Features Ultra smooth rear drag 5.2 to 1 ratio 8 ball bearings plus one clutch bearing Push button spools Interchangeable breaking strain buttons for easy spool identification Three spare spools.
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