Tibor Back Country Wide CL Spare Spool

Tibor Back Country Wide CL Spare Spool
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    Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 1 Reviews
    Code: TI25BCWS
    Shipping Weight: 0.50 pounds


    Ted Juracsik launched his freshwater Tibor Light® series in 1999, to the delight of trout, bass and other light fly anglers. This series now features the ConstaLube™ (CL) System, an innovative drag design composed of a special felt and lubricant, producing constant lubrication for a totally smooth drag throughout the entire range of resistance.

    The Tibor Light Spring Creek CL, Tail Water CL, and Back Country CL Wide are designed with the same uncompromising standards as our time-tested Billy Pate and Tibor series. Suitable for 3 to 8 weight rods in both fresh and saltwater conditions, even the most fragile tippet can be fished with complete confidence. Their quality and construction, watch-like precision, and superb drag system will deliver unmatched performance against anything fron an 8 inch brook trout to a 30 lb. tarpon.

    *Please note the item for sale is the Tibor Back Country Wide CL Spare Spool*

    Tibor Warranty

    The Back Country Wide CL Spool
    Weight: 6.5 oz
    Frame Size: 3 5/8" X 1 3/8"
    Capacity: 275 yds. with WF6F Line

    250 yds. with WF7F Line

    225 yds. with WF8F Line

    200 yds. with WF9F Line

    All with 20lb. backing

    Rod Weights: 6-7-8-9
    Species: Bonefish , Salmon., Small Tarpon , Redfish

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    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 1 Reviews
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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 double taper and tibors, 2.2.2012
    Reviewer: ricky h. (mastic beach, NY)

    I own all three in the cl light series. Spring creek for my 3 wt, tailwater for my 4 wt, and a backcountry for my 5 wt. All have performed without any problems. If you use double taper line like me, you may have to go up a reel size with the tibors to make room for the line and backing.(even ultrathin backing.). If you use weight foward, then the tailwater will work great for 5 wt line. I know not everyone will agree with my system, but there just isn't enough room in the housing. I still would fight to the death for my tibors. The zero inertia that the drag system offers is the difference between the trout of a lifetime and the agony of defeat.