Choosing The Right Lamson Fly Reel

By Kirk 45Last updated: Monday, February 21, 2011 • Save & Share16 Comments

Fly Reels Sale with a video run down of the Waterworks-Lamson Fly Reel Line-Up. 5 part series of the Lamson fly reels series, Konic, Guru, Velocity, Litespeed, ULA Purist, ULA Force SL, ULA Force, Saltwater/Spey and Vanquish. The first video starts out a little slow but the info. gets better and well worth the short wait. Its important to have the information you need to make a smart Fly Reel purchase and these Waterworks videos will help you gain that knowledge.

Lamson Fly Reels Video Part One

Waterworks-Lamson Fly Reels Video Part Two:
A discussion on the in's and out on the design,function and mechanical simplicity of the Lamson reels. I have always believed that simplicity of design is a key to long lasting and well functioning fishing reels. This is well explained in the video. A reduction in parts along with quality materials make a reel that can last and perform for many years. This video also explains the finish the use on the various Lamson Fly Reels.

Lamson Fly Reels Video Part Three
Part 3 discuses on the benefits of the different types of fly reels such as size and application designs. A discussion on the structural weight and how it fits into the over all design and function of a quality fly reel. How a light weight reel can also be strong at the same time. An in depth explanation of the 3 drags system ( Konic, Guru, Velosity, Light Speed, Waterworks and Vanqish )used in the Waterworks-Lamson reels. Also a breakdown on design and price ranges (suggested prices, nobody pays suggested here) throughout the line-up.

Lamson Fly Reels Video Part Four
Video four continues to go over the break down of the types of Lamson fly reels with a efficis on the large reels and the Light Speed which is the second lightest fly reel in the world and the Waterworks which is the lightest Fly reel in the world (they claim this not me). A short discussion on the history of the Waterwork fly reel which they acquired in the past. Also included in this video is a discussion on the largest of the Lamson Fly Reel which has 2 large clutches and is the Vanquish.

Lamson Fly Reels Video Part Five

Conclusion on the Lamson Fly Reels line up with a run down on the benefits compared to the competitors. The comparison is basically by model and weight. A little extra time spent on the top of the line Vanquish saltwater fly reel. I learned more about these reels than I thought was possible which is the main reason I am doing the blog post. I figured if I learned this much perhaps some of the visitors to Fly Reels Sale would be intrigued as I was. One of the important things I did learn and I have no clue how this fact slipped by my was that all the fly reels from Lamson are saltwater safe. Ok that wraps it up. I hope I saved you some time as well as provided you with some info. that will help you choose the right Fly Fishing Reel.

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16 Responses to “Choosing The Right Lamson Fly Reel”

Comment from DjWoolfy
Time March 1, 2012 at 7:05 pm

Very useful info provided with this video. I am looking for some real presentation and informative speaking about this, because consider buying Lamson fly reel. Thanks for this great video.

Comment from henry
Time March 1, 2012 at 7:06 pm

Really a excellent post i love the design its simply great..

Comment from Bappi pramanik
Time March 1, 2012 at 7:07 pm

That’s a very nice post. I like this post very much.

Comment from xd rehan
Time March 1, 2012 at 7:46 pm

wow sir that was awesom the video was superb we are waiting for your next video

Comment from Tiffany Brook
Time March 1, 2012 at 7:52 pm

These are very informative and educational Lamson Fly Reels Videos! Thank you for the posts!

Comment from Daniel Arquois
Time March 1, 2012 at 7:56 pm

I just returned from a week of trout fishing in Alaska w/ my new Lamson fly reels. It proved to be a great choice. The drag system worked perfectly on a range of settings. Temperature, moisture do not affect it’s setting. Great value for a top of the line name. Spool removal is a bit difficult though.

Comment from ljupce
Time March 1, 2012 at 8:07 pm

wow this is a very beaudiful post keep do it my friend Thanks

Comment from Daisy Jane Paalisbo
Time March 1, 2012 at 8:14 pm

Thank you so much for posting this here. Now I don’t have a hard time on which to consider for buying a Lamson Fly Reel. The video is very comprehensive. Thanks much.

Comment from puja
Time March 1, 2012 at 8:28 pm

The presentation in this video is really very informative. Nice post

Comment from Yolanda Ayu
Time March 4, 2012 at 1:50 pm

I’ve been trying to decide which type of reel to get my husband for his fishing trip. I think I will go with the lamson fly reel :).

Comment from Henri Christine
Time March 4, 2012 at 1:52 pm

These videos are so helpful in teaching people about Lamson Fly Reels. Ive often heard that they were the best ones to get, but I never understood why. People only say they are the best. So thanks for explaining :).

Comment from Monica Sotela
Time March 4, 2012 at 1:56 pm

Choosing the right Lamson Fly reels are definitely a difficult task. I would be totally lost without this post. Thanks guys! :). – Monica

Comment from Ty Hofseth
Time March 4, 2012 at 1:57 pm

Fishing season is almost here in Canada, and I have been looking for tips on how to choose the right Lamson Fly Reels. Great info here. Thanks for the videos!

Comment from Sheldon Cook
Time March 4, 2012 at 1:59 pm

How great would it be to sit back in a boat, and have this gorgeous, sturdy set of Lamson Fly Reels right there beside you… ready for use? 🙂

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Time March 1, 2014 at 8:01 am

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Comment from CS
Time March 11, 2014 at 5:38 am

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