Carrot Stix™ Introduces Market Leading 2 Speed Spinning Reels
Toronto, Canada December 1, 2015 – Carrot Stix™ is growing beyond fishing rods with the introduction of 2-Speed spinning reels to their product portfolio. The New spinning reels offer on the fly shifting ability for anglers to change from 4.7:1 to 6.7:1 gear ratio in their 2000 series. “This will allow anglers more options when reeling in the catch, more versatility for the angler will only help ensure the fish stays caught.” Says Jimmy Davlouros, General Manager of Carrot Stix. “Much like how we revolutionized the fishing rod category, with these new reels, we expect to get all anglers to ask for 2-speed reels in the future. We already have orders pending for these reels before we announced them.”
The new spinning reels will come in both a 5+1 and 10+1 versions, both will be available for the next fishing season in 2016. Using stainless steel ball bearings with carbon fiber seals for better fit around the components these reels offer corrosion free smooth functioning in almost all conditions. With a solid graphite body which resists corrosion, and the elements while offering strength and lightness, these reels will handle almost any fish.
“The 2-Speed reel will be a must have for any serious angler.” States Andrew Young of Young Fishing, Pro-Angler. “Being able to shift gears on the fly is a game changer, having the option when you are fighting the fish lets you have better control and this means more catches are landed.” Carrot Stix™ will also introduce casting reels in 2016 to complement the rod lineup.
About Carrot Stix™
Trademark and brand owned by 2204703 Ontario Inc. Carrot Stix™ surprised the fishing industry when it was introduced in 2007 ICast New Products Showcase and won Best of Show, Best Freshwater Rod and Best Saltwater Rod awards. Using revolutionary and proprietary carrot nano-bio-fiber technology to offer rod blanks that are stronger, lighter and more sensitive, Carrot Stix™ has become a favorite worldwide by many top-anglers for both recreational and tournament use. Visit www.carrotstix.com for more information.