109-020

Rickly USGS HIF Type 1 Reels with Kevlar Tagline

Rickly USGS HIF Type 1 Reels with Kevlar Tagline

Description

The Type 1 tagline reel is easy to use and includes 400 ft of Kevlar braided tagline.

Features

  • Tagline is marked with one tag every 2 ft.
  • Variable drag device and lock-down bolt
  • High-impact Lexan plastic casing
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This HIF Type 1 Reel has a high-impact Lexan plastic casing and can hold up 600 ft of 1/16' Kevlar braided tagline. The reel comes with 400 ft of 1/16' USGS Kevlar tagline. Kevlar tagline consists of a Kevlar inner core surrounded by a yellow nylon jacket. Coated in a commercial thread wax, the tagline will float on water and is protected from abrasion. The Kevlar tagline can be rewaxed as needed to preserve and extend its life.

 

The tagline is marked every two feet for easy measuring, and it features a locking bolt and variable drag device. To support the reel while it is in use, insert a 1/2 inch diameter bank stake into the handle.

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Rickly USGS HIF Type 1 Reels with Kevlar Tagline 109-020 HIF Type 1 reel, Kevlar tagline, 400 ft.
$485.00
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Rickly USGS HIF Type 1 Reels with Kevlar Tagline 109-022 HIF Type 1 reel, Kevlar tagline, 120 meter
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