The new Ross Animas Fly Reel boasts some new fly reel features at an economical price and will be the new hot reel in 2015, with it's perfect price point, lightweight large arbor ported frame and smooth drag the Animas is the perfect Ross fly reel for trout waters in the west.
You can convert the Ross Animas from left to right without any tools and the fly reel as a size range from 3/4 to 11/12 that will fit the needs of any serious angler.
The single-piece spool is ported which makes it lighter and pleasing to the eye. The handle of the Ross Animas has a reverse taper and is fully anodized machined aluminum, which is a first for Ross. The Animas reel has already been a big hit with the Platte River Fly Shop and we can personally tell you that our customers thus far have been very happy with the Ross Animas Reel.
The Animas River flows through southwest Colorado and will keep on running; just like the newest reel from Ross: The "Animas". This large arbor reel has solid aluminum frame components and two toned anodized finish. The Animas has a low start up inertia coupled with a smooth and powerful drag. No tools are needed to switch the drag from left to right.
Ross Fly Reels also donates 10% from each sale of a USA-made product to conservation, so you can feel even better about your purchase so get your Animas Fly Reel today.
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The Animas river is a major white water rafting attraction accounting for 8.9% of Colorado's commercial rafting market while annually generating 45,411 commercial user days and direct expenditures of $5,207,033 (2011 est).The Animas is a freestone fishery well populated with rainbow, brown, Colorado River cutthroat, and brook trout. It is considered a gold medal fishery above Rivera Bridge Crossing in Colorado. Recreational fishing with artificial lures and flies on the Animas is available year-round due to moderate winter weather. Insect hatches of aquatic diptera and mayflies occur in the winter and spring months. In late spring, summer and through fall the Animas sees caddisfly and mayfly hatches as well as terrestrials such as grasshoppers. Animas trout average 12 to 16 inches (30 to 41 cm). Larger trout in the 17 to 22 inches (43 to 56 cm) are occasionally caught by anglers. Brown trout as large as 36 inches (91 cm) have been caught in the Animas.