How much backing does a Lamson liquid need?
|-3+||3.34″||100 yds 20#|
|-5+||3.61″||100 yds 20#|
|-7+||3.85″||200 yds 20#|
|-9+||4.65″||250 yds 30#|
Are Lamson spools interchangeable?
Waterworks-Lamson Liquid spools are interchangeable with Remix and Remix HD spools.
Where are Lamson liquid reels made?
Components integral to the drag system are U.S.-Manufactured. All reels are assembled and quality controlled at our facility in Boise, Idaho.
How much backing does a 6wt fly reel need?
The rule of thumb seems to be 100 yards of backing, on average. This adds plenty of extra size to the arbor, increasing your line retrieval rate. It’s also not so much that your reel gets “over-spooled” and fly line can’t fit comfortably on the spool.
Can you use Lamson liquid in salt water?
The Lamson Liquid is found under Lamson’s “All Water” category of reels, making it suitable for both freshwater and saltwater application.
Who owns Waterworks Lamson?
Late in 1998, Waterworks acquired Lamson from Sage Manufacturing. Lamson reels had established a well-deserved reputation in the 1980’s and 90’s for being the first fully machined quality reel at an affordable price.
How do you clean a Lamson reel?
Occasionally rinse your reel under fresh running water and wipe the spool and frame of any debris or dirt. A small amount of WD-40 may be applied to the handle in order to remove any dirt build up between the handle and the handle shaft.
What pound test is 6X tippet?
|Tippet Size||Tippet Diameter||Approximate breaking strength in Super Strong nylon (pounds)|