Accurate Product Support

Thank you for choosing Accurate. Here are some helpful links that will be able to help you answer any questions you may have about your new purchase.

  1. Register your reel
  2. How to use your new reel
  3. Send your reel in for service
  4. Replacement Parts
  5. View Schematics
  6. Basic Reel Maintenance
  7. How to Adjust Tern2 Cast Control 

Registering your reel

Each reel comes with 2-years of free service, your reel must be registered to qualify for this free service.  Register your reel by clicking the link below.

Register Your Reel

Using your new reel

Thank you for your purchase, please watch one of these videos below to get a basic understanding on how your new reel works.


Sending Your Reel In For Service

Is it time to service your reel?  If so please click the link below, fill out the form and send it in with your reel(s).  If your reel is registered and within the 2-year free service window the service will be at no cost to you.

Service Your Reel

Need replacement parts?

If you are looking for replacement parts to perform your own service or upgrades you can find parts, handles, and lubricants by clicking one of the following links.  (Please note that not all parts are listed on our website, if you are looking for a part that is not listed please email orders@accuratefishing to order).

Handles & Grips

Reel Parts


Need a schematic?

We have schematics available for all of our reels.  Below is a list of all of our reels and quick links to their respected schematics.



Valiant Single Speed

Valiant 2-Speed

Boss Xtreme Single Speed

Boss Xtreme 2-Speed

Fury Single Speed

Fury 2-Speed


Basic Reel Maintenance

Keeping your reels in pristine condition between servicing is easier than ever.  Check out some simple tips and tricks that will keep you on the water and your gear in top shape.

View Basic Reel Maintenance Video

How to Adjust Tern2 Cast Control Mechanism

Adjusting the weights inside your new Tern2 fishing reel is easy, and all you need is a T6 Torx screwdriver which can be found online or at any hardware store.  Watch the video below, Accurate’s very own David Nilsen shows just how easy it is to add or remove cast control weights.