The ‘No Tools Required’ fly reel is as simple as the name sounds.
Introducing the all new NTR fly reel series. No fancy tools needed to change retrieve, tighten the drag, or perform any maintenance.
Efficient, powerful, and intelligent construction that does not take an advanced degree from an IVY league school to operate.
Designed for the angler looking for a high quality machined aluminum fly reel, at a friendly price.
The NTR fly reels are offered in two colors, clear-gold and black-gold and comes in four sizes, from a 3/4-weight to a 9/10-weight. Perfect for any single or two-handed rod in the freshwater quiver.
TFO NTR fly reels are fully CNC machined from lightweight 6061-T6 aluminum and feature a smooth cork disc drag system, (draw bar design). A one-way stainless-steel spindle bearing with an internal cap and O-ring seal. The drag system is sealed to keep out moisture and dust. The NTR series reel features an out-going check and is easy to change from left to right-hand retrieve.
All NTR fly reels come with a black neoprene pouch.
|TFR NTR I BG||4.72 oz||3.26"||1.06"||100 yards/20 lb/WF4F||$139.95|
|TFR NTR I CG||4.72 oz||3.26"||1.06"||100 yards/20 lb/WF4F||$139.95|
|TFR NTR II BG||5.86 oz||3.54"||1.06"||100 yards/20 lb/WF6F||$149.95|
|TFR NTR II CG||5.86 oz||3.54"||1.06"||100 yards/20 lb/WF6F||$149.95|
|TFR NTR III BG||5.99 oz||3.81"||1.18"||150 yards/20 lb/WF8F||$159.95|
|TFR NTR III CG||5.99 oz||3.81"||1.18"||150 yards/20 lb/WF8F||$159.95|
|TFR NTR IV BG||8.0 oz||4.3"||1.2"||200 yards/30 lb/WF10F||$169.95|
|TFR NTR IV CG||8.0 oz||4.3"||1.2"||200 yards/30 lb/WF10F||$169.95|
The TFO NTR reel fit and finish is really nice for the price point and pair's well with my 5wt.
The drag is smooth, no overrun when stripping line.
Happy to have it!
This is a beautiful reel with the fit and finish of reels twice it’s price. The action and drag are super smooth. I’d say TFO engineered a winner with the NTR line up. I wouldn’t hesitate to buy one for every fly rod I own!
A great value. Super smooth bearing and drag. The arbor is pretty wide so the line capacity can be huge. I got the III (7/8wt) for my 7 wt streamer rod. The II might have been a better choice for me but not a big deal.