ECOODA Black Hawk II Fishing Reel Features:
- 10 Stainless Steel Ball Bearings + 1 One-Way Clutch.
- Patent Structure of Drag Knob.
- Each Dial Will Increase 200g Drag Power.
- Adjust Drag Power Much More Accurately.
- Easily Change Left/Right Metal Handle. Comfortable EVA Grip.
- Self-Owned Patent of Ball Shape Friction System Technology.
- Carbon Drag Washer.
- Friction System More Smoothly.
- One-Way Clutch.
- Special Design of Spool.
- Easily For Casting.
- Patent Structure Line Keeper.
- Easily to Keep Fishing Line.
- High Strength Aluminium Body.
- S-Slider Structure Better for Line-Lay.
- Precisely Machined High Strength Stainless Steel Shaft.
- Patent Structure of Drag Knob – Each dial will increase 200g/0.44lb drag power adjust drag power much more accurately.
- Self-Owned Patend Friction Ball Shape Friction System – Carbon frag washer, function system more smoothly. One-way instant anti-reverse system, more comfortable for using.
- New Special Design Line Roller can reduces line twist and fatigue, avoiding line break effectively.
- The Purposes of Quick Line Folding or Labor – Saving line folding when a large fish is fished can be realized.
- New design patented of spool-new S-shape slider structure, better for line -lay, precisely machined stainless steel shaft, 10+1 stainless steel ball bearing 5.1:1 gear ratio.
- Ergonomically Design Handle – CNC machine cut metal collapsible handle, left/right interchangeable easily, the EVA knob on handle changed to ball shape in size 4500 and 5000.
Fly fishing has surged in popularity over the last few years, with an accompanying surge in “new and improved” equipment. Modern technology has provided new lighter, stronger materials for rods and reels to enhance the fishing experience. This sport is a game of timing and accuracy, so the gear must match the angler’s skill level. With so many different types and reels available, knowing which to choose can be difficult.
One way to overcome this difficulty is to arm yourself with knowledge. Do a little research; not only on fishing equipment, but also on the spot you’re going to fish. The type of fish dictates what type of fly fishing reel you’ll need, but so does the type of water. Once you understand those differences, you’ll need to match the reel to the fisherman, to the type of techniques that will be used.