Nick Torres is on the podcast to share the story of how Waterworks Lamson Fly Reels came to make one of the best and lightest machined reels in the world. We also find out about the big Belize trip that he recently put together.
Lamson produced one of the first large arbor reels on the market. We get the rundown on the lineup and what is new for Lamson in 2021.
You can join the Giveaway for the Blue Horizon $8000 prize package for a trip for two. The giveaway ends May 21st so click here to enter.
Click below and listen to the Waterworks Lamson Fly Reels Podcast with Nick Torres:
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Show Notes Nick Torres
09:30 – The Ketchum release tool was the first product from Waterworks and is still a great product.
10:40 – Charles Lamson sold the company to Sage and then Waterworks picked it up at a later point.
18:10 – The Cobalt rods have been great for salt water.
19:50 – Blue Horizon was the big trip for the Giveaway with Nick and the crew.
24:10 – Lincoln Wesby is a huge figure at Blue Horizon. Here’s a Fiberglass Manifesto article that talks about Lincoln.
28:45 – Lori Ann Murphy was on the podcast in episode 195 and talked about Belize, what you need to do a trip on your own
37:45 – The Bauer Shrimp and other crap flies
42:20 – I noted the Jake Jordan Podcast who broke down the steps to getting started with Billfish and blue marlin.
You can find Nick at waterworks-lamson.com/
The Waterworks Lamson Fly Reels
- The Liquid Reel ($99) – Cast Aluminum
- Remix Hybrid – Fully machined case
- Guru S Series – US-made reel ($250) -Best pick
- Speedster – Lighter, stronger
- Lite Speed M Fly Reel
- Lite Speed F Fly Reel (Whiskey is good looking)
- Force Reel – Great Dry Fly Reel
- The Cobalt Reel
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Read the Entire Nick Torres Transcript Below
Waterworks Lamson Fly Reels Conclusion with my guest
Nick Torres is on the podcast to share the Lamson story and what they have coming up this year. We also talk about the $8000 Belize giveaway they have going. Nick also shares a few good tips and flies for your next permit trip