Cheeky makes high performance, lightweight fishing reels to make reeling in that big catch easier. Their Tyro fly reel features an innovative stacked drag system that moves smoothly and quickly, and can hold more line than most. The strong, durable aluminum body bears distinctive designs and bold colors that set these reels apart.
Made for a Lifetime: Lifetime Warranty applies only to Cheeky Fly Reels and covers defects in materials or workmanship
Designed with award winning Rev Carbon stacked disc drag system
Quick change spool with simple L/R retrieve conversion
Lightweight, compact design
Does not include fishing line
Tyro 300: Line weight 2-4; Backing Capacity: 100 yards 20 lbs. with WF3 fly line; Targeted for trout, grayling, panfish & bluegill
Tyro 350: Line weight 5-6; Backing Capacity: 180 yards 20 lbs. with WF5 fly line; Targeted for large trout, bass & small salmon
Tyro 375: Line weight 7-8; Backing Capacity: 240 yards 20 lbs. with WF7 fly line; Targeted for large trout, bass, steelhead, salmon, carp, striped bass, bonefish & redfish
Made in China
Reel and reel case
Tyro 300: 3" diameter x 1"; Tyro 350: 3.5" diameter x 1"; Tyro 375: 3.75" diameter x 1"
Cast and machined aluminum
Frequently Bought Together
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Cheeky makes high performance, lightweight fishing reels that are backed with physics and attitude. With one of their boldly colored, well-designed reels, you can pull in a catch more quickly and easily.
Any fisher worth his or her salt knows it’s all about the drag—the force that stops your line from swimming away when a fish pulls at it. Cheeky’s reels use an innovative stacked drag system that creates more tension. That makes reeling not just smoother but faster, too, because the reel retrieves more line than other designs. And the aluminum body keeps the reels lightweight yet strong enough to handle big catches.
Ted Upton and his friends are avid fishermen, but they thought fishing reels had room for improvement—and could use a personality boost, too. So they started Cheeky to make better reels for both fresh and salt water fishing.
Their first redesign was a fly reel, used in fly fishing. A revamped spin reel soon followed to suit other fishing styles. Both are made with the same signature drag system.
There are no second chances in fishing—but with one of these distinctive, durable reels, we doubt you’ll need one.