Fixed Spool Reels

Fixed spool reels are the most popular reels among anglers often called spinning reel, match reel, carp reel…
Spinning reels are generally used to cast artificial lures also can be use for all other fishing disciplines except fly fishing.
Match reels are most often used for coarse fishing.


Baitcasting Reels

Baitcasting reels are used for casting artificial lures mostly for pike fishing but can be used for trout or perch fishing as well. Baitcasting reels need to be used with baitcasting rods also called trigger or casting rods.


Multiplier Reels

Multiplier reels generally are used in sea fishing mostly for fishing from boat - their impressive power to retrieve big fish from deeper waters makes reel to be preferable for sea anglers.


Fly Reels

Fly reels are used for fly fishing. Fly reels are graded based on the line they are intended for use with. For example, reel 6/7 are recommended to be used with W6 or W7 fly line.


Baitrunner Reels

Baitrunners are with free-spool lever. This means that fish can take line freely when they are hooked and they allow you to engage the drag as soon as you require it. The most popular reel among pike anglers which fishing with deadbait.