DAM Fighter Pro Reel RD With Line

  • From £8.10
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
  • RRP £9.00
Item in Stock | Usually dispatched within 24 hours
  • 1 ball bearing
  • Anodized aluminium spool
  • ABS-graphite body
  • Multi disc drag system
  • Steel main shaft
  • Steel bail
  • Metal handle with soft touch knob
  • Ideal for Mackerel



The DAM Fighter Pro FD Reel is spot on for the mackerel fishing, and comes at an unbelievable price, and can be matched with various DAM Spinning rods in the Effzett range. Take a browse through all of our DAM fishing reels and rods online today for some exclusive offers.

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