SALAR Reel One

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DESCRIPTION 

This little gem is the smallest reel in the series – perfect for the SALAR 10’ #7/8 rod. Its light weight also makes it suitable for rods down to class 5/6. Despite its small size it’s made with the same powerful, smooth and extremely reliable disc braking system as the bigger SALAR reels. The saltwater resistant aluminum and genuine brass details will age with dignity and the reel will get more beautiful as years go by. Whether you prefer a full line or a shooting head system – load it with 100 m 30 lbs SALAR Backing and you have a reel powerful enough for big salmon!

FEATURES 

– Numbered edition
– Classic lightweight design
– Extremely reliable and powerful sealed disc drag/braking system
– Salt water resistant aluminum and brass details
– Deep burgundy anodized side plates
– Polished oval rims
– Classic S-handle with white ivory replica handle knob
– Drop-formed braking adjustment in brass
– Easy to change winder side
– Embossed burgundy block leather case

SPECS 

– Model: SALAR One
– Class: #6/8
– Size: 82 x 44 mm
– Weight: 195 g
– Winder side: left/right

DEALERS

Try SALAR Rods & Reels at our SALAR Dealers.

READ MORE

Read more about our SALAR Rods & Reels here.

SHIPPING

International orders are shipped with DHL Express or DHL Standard. Orders within Sweden are shipped with PostNord. These are our estimated delivery times:
– All of Europe 1–3 days
– US 1–3 days
– Canada 2–4 days
– Rest of the World 2–7 days
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TAXES & DUTIES

All taxes and duties are included in the prices and covered by Frödinflies. No payment will be required upon delivery.

PAYMENTS

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SALAR RODS & REELS

A life on salmon rivers around the world, thousands of fishing days and an obsession to be more effective. Innovating the art of salmon fishing – catching more and bigger fish with better swimming flies led us to the introduction of SALAR Rods & Reels. Mikael is a perfectionist and demand the absolute best in all details, everything that can be improved should be improved. We asked ourselves; is it possible to make tackle that will outperform everything we ever tried?

SALAR RODS & REELS

A life on salmon rivers around the world, thousands of fishing days and an obsession to be more effective. Innovating the art of salmon fishing – catching more and bigger fish with better swimming flies led us to the introduction of SALAR Rods & Reels. Mikael is a perfectionist and demand the absolute best in all details, everything that can be improved should be improved. We asked ourselves; is it possible to make tackle that will outperform everything we ever tried?

FROM CUSTOMERS

“The SALAR 14’ performed perfectly and drew positive comments from the guides on the Kispiox River in Northern British Columbia. This was my first time back on the river after fighting cancer for the last two years… so I’m a happy angler!”—Irwin, British Columbia

“As salmon angler and guide on the Alta I have seen and tried all reels there is. The SALAR Reel has become my favourite. I have worked it hard during two seasons now and the classic looking reel is tough and reliable – my first choice when it comes to hard fights and the biggest fish.”—John Vegard, Alta

“The SALAR 15’ casts a longer line than I ever dreamed of. It loads when putting pressure on and kicks like a horse. At the same time it bends down in the handle giving great feel and full control.”—Peter, Mörrum

“For me the rod is not only for presenting a fly in the right way, but it should also be a tool that gives you the right feeling when fishing. The SALAR S3 Rods meet all these requirements. They are a pure joy to fish!”—Marcus, Sundsvall

“You all know how windy Tierra Del Fuego can be – it’s extreme! The light SALAR S3 handled it perfectly, creating narrow loops cutting the wind presenting the fly to the big searuns nicely. And the new reels – well they are gems to treasure. I can only say very well done!”—Lasse, Tierra del Fuego

“SALAR 12’6 with a 33 g Nextcast 12 or 15 ft. tip was a very good combo flying long long way when fishing BC’s Copper River for Steelhead. It was easy to cast, handling even heavier lines and big bulky flies. I enjoyed it very much – thanks guys!”—Thomas, British Columbia

FROM CUSTOMERS

“The SALAR 14’ performed perfectly and drew positive comments from the guides on the Kispiox River in Northern British Columbia. This was my first time back on the river after fighting cancer for the last two years… so I’m a happy angler!”
–Irwin, British Columbia

As salmon angler and guide on the Alta I have seen and tried all reels there is. The SALAR Reel has become my favourite. I have worked it hard during two seasons now and the classic looking reel is tough and reliable – my first choice when it comes to hard fights and the biggest fish.”
–John Vegard, Alta

“The SALAR 15’ casts a longer line than I ever dreamed of. It loads when putting pressure on and kicks like a horse. At the same time it bends down in the handle giving great feel and full control.”
–Peter, Mörrum

“For me the rod is not only for presenting a fly in the right way, but it should also be a tool that gives you the right feeling when fishing. The SALAR S3 Rods meet all these requirements. They are a pure joy to fish!”
–Marcus, Sundsvall

“You all know how windy Tierra Del Fuego can be – it’s extreme! The light SALAR S3 handled it perfectly, creating narrow loops cutting the wind presenting the fly to the big searuns nicely. And the new reels – well they are gems to treasure. I can only say very well done!”
–Lasse, Tierra del Fuego

“SALAR 12’6 with a 33 g Nextcast 12 or 15 ft. tip was a very good combo flying long long way when fishing BC’s Copper River for Steelhead. It was easy to cast, handling even heavier lines and big bulky flies. I enjoyed it very much – thanks guys!”
–Thomas, British Columbia