Star drag or lever drag, single speed or two speed, high speed or hyper speed, single drag or dual drag the choices are yours and we are here to answer your questions when you buy your conventional reels at CHAOS.
From high speed reels for live baiting in the Florida Keys,to amazingly compact yet strong jigging reels to pull huge amberjack from the
oil rigs in the Gulf, to tried and tested trolling gear for wahoo, marlin,tuna, and kings, the right gear makes a good day a great day and provides anglers the advantage to win the fight. You'll find a huge selection to choose
from, and we welcome your emails and calls to suggest the perfect choice for your particular requirements. Custom reel spooling is also available, if we have not listed the spooling option you prefer, just ask and we'll do our best
to make sure you are ready for that next fight with all the advantages
When fishing the bottom, an electric assist makes the impossible a reality. From basic to commercial-grade equipment, our line-up offers everyone an option to explore spots and species not feasible with traditional reels.
Easier to cast that a conventional for most
anglers, spinners are an integral part of the fishing gear most land-based and on-water fisherman carry. From ultra-light to over 40 pounds of drag, there is
a spinner for every application. Many of the newest models have been
specifically built to use with braided lines, incorporating features that make braid fishing both more productive and less wearing on gear.
So what exactly is an offshore spinner? One word – “Tough”. Amazingly, many of the toughest models are as smooth as the smaller inshore spinners. This lineup is often used on pitch rods for large target species like marlin, dolphin, sailfish, and tuna, but the smaller models are also worthy of being part of the offshore fishing arsenal. Some anglers take advantage of the dozens of pounds of drag many models offer to jig large tuna and wahoo. From sailfish here in Florida to Bluefin in the Northeast, these reels are solid and will impart a lot of pressure on fish.
A light-tackle must for many anglers when fishing inshore and casting baits. The smallest models within these product families are also
popular freshwater reels. Light in the hand and packed with more drag capacity than their size might indicate. From redfish and trout in Southwest Florida, to stripers in the Northeast, to ceros and kings on the East Coast, baitcasters
have become a staple in serious inshore anglers arsenals.