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Kraken Fly Reel Series, Emerald, 9wt - 11wt

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Interesting story with Allen Fly reels & Justin (the owner)... basically they had to re-invent the family business a few years back. I met Justin at the Denver fly show in Jan of 2012 (lived there for a bit over a year) and they are always coming with new products and sales. Their reels are made overseas except for the new Omega which is coming out soon. They do have sales on all the time & are good to deal with.

I believe they made their name on the Alpha reel (non sealed) & they have a large following in the Pacific NW.

Great bang for the buck....

or Colton ... Bob is another guy who stands behind his products big time.

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 Post subject: Re: Allen Fly Reel
Posted: Thu Jun 21, 2012 11:26 pm 

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Looks good Do it! What size is that reel? What line and how much backing were you able to get on it?


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Alpha III Allen Fly Reel black series

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Nope I've never heard of Allen fly reels but they are probably one of dozens of knock off fly reels being made in China. I needed a 8/9 large arbor last year and found a gorgeous reel on Ebay called the "Clark". Very nice black gloss finish with a red drag mechanism on the inside like the Nautilus reels. Personally for my limited salt water usage it is a great reel that cost me $99.00. The drag is infinitely variable via a knurled knob on the housing and it sufficiently strong enough to turn powerful salt water fish like permit and horse eye jacks.