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According to Annette Mclean, Winston VP of Operations and Rod Design, “We are excited that Bauer Reels will now be part of the Winston family. While Bauer will continue to be run as a separate company, we plan to do a lot together. For now, the reels will continue to be made in Ashland, Oregon, but we are going to look at how best to help the business grow over the coming months and years.”

According to Annette Mclean, Winston VP of Operations and Rod Design, “We are excited that Bauer Reels will now be part of the Winston family. While Bauer will continue to be run as a separate company, we plan to do a lot together. For now, the reels will continue to be made in Ashland, Oregon, but we are going to look at how best to help the business grow over the coming months and years.”

Bauer Fly Reels | Gorge Fly Shop

  • Bauer Fly Reel on August 14, 2013 at 3:18 pm said:

    Thanks guys for putting together such a wonderful review. And thank you for all the kind comments in support.

    We would like to point out one thing however. This reel will actually be named the “RX” or Rogue Extreme. It should be available for purchase by the beginning of 2014. We are very excited to introduce this next evolution of the Bauer Fly Reel.

    Keep on fishin’ on,

    -All of us at Bauer Fly Reel

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  • Bauer Fly Reels | Stillwater Fly Shop

    . Offering precision craftsmanship in a large arbor design, the Mackenzie Z7 from Bauer Fly Reels employs a patented zero-backlash clutch, and cork/FXB drag system for silky smooth performance.

    Yesterday, Winston announced that it has acquired Bauer Reels, pairing one of the world’s best fly rod companies with a world-class reel company. According to Annette Mclean, Winston VP of Operations and Rod Design, Bauer will continue to be run as a separate company. For now, the reels will continue to be made in Ashland, Oregon, but Winston will look at how best to help the business grow over the coming months and years.