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Sage Spectrum C Fly Reel
  • Grey
  • Black
Sage Spectrum C Fly Reel

$165.00 - $185.00

Shimano Sahara FI Spinning Reel
    Shimano Sahara FI Spinning Reel

    $69.97 - $79.97

    WAS: $84.99 - $94.99*

    Shakespeare Alpha Spinning Reel
      Shakespeare Alpha Spinning Reel

      $14.97 - $29.99

      WAS: $19.99 - $29.99*

      Lamson Liquid Fly Reel
      • Glacier
      • Smoke
      • Vapor
      Lamson Liquid Fly Reel

      $109.99 - $139.99

      Sage Spectrum LT Fly Reel
      • Black Spruce
      • Stealth
      Sage Spectrum LT Fly Reel

      $400.00 - $425.00

      13 Fishing Concept TX Gen II Baitcasting Reel
        13 Fishing Concept TX Gen II Baitcasting Reel

        $249.97 - $300.00

        WAS: $300.00*

        Explore Fishing Reels at Public Lands

        Your choice of fishing reel will make or break your fishing trip; ask any angler. Before you order one from Public Lands, consider your specific needs. We offer several different types of reels.

        Spincast Reels

        Spincast reels are fast and low fuss. That means they’re great for beginners.

        They don’t tangle easily, and you can use them one-handed. Spincast reels also reduce backlash; however, you can’t cast as far out with these. They’re ideal for catching smaller fish.

        Spinning Reels

        Spinning reels are a popular choice. They’re not quite as newbie-friendly as spincast reels, but they offer more control. These don’t do as well with heavy lures, though.

        Baitcasting Reels

        Baitcasting reels require a bit more skill. With these, you have to work harder to keep your cast under control. Once you master this reel, you can catch fairly large fish.

        Conventional Reels

        Conventional reels come in multiple varieties for different purposes. They’re especially effective for catching big fish in deep water, making them a favorite of offshore anglers.

        However, these are on the difficult side to use. They require more movement on your end to keep the line where it should be.

        Fly Fishing Reels

        Fly fishing reels are single-action. With each revolution of the handle, you get one revolution of the spool. That keeps your body in touch with every aspect of the casting process.

        Of course, fishing reels aren’t useful on their own. You should also check out our fishing rods to find the right match for your reel.