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This Penn spinning reel is the best reel for anglers who are privy to the ease of a spinning reel with the expediency of a traditional reel. With modifiable drag tension, the Penn Gold Label Slammer permits anglers to sustain manageability over numerous sized live bait, making it the perfect reel for game fishing. The present Slammer Live Liner is outfitted with an automatic live liner function to enhance the usability of the reel and in reply to wishes and feedback from various captains, skippers, and anglers. Different from the live liners before, that needed an angler to toss the live liner drag lever to connect the fighting drag, the latest Live Liner can be set in motion automatically.
This top quality reel has a machined and anodized aluminum spool, machine cut brass key gear, meticulous machined stainless steel pinion gear, HT-100 drag washers, and a stainless steel reel stand. In addition to a stainless steel balance wind, easy composite side plates, and a major brass gear. The handle is equalized by an oversized paddle knob making it easy to grasp.
The Penn Slammer has been noted as “the best spinning reel and preferred by guides and fishing charters everywhere.” This complete metal model has all the advanced features Penn has created throughout the years including a shielded drag washer, Leveline Oscillation Structure, a Techno-Steadiness rotor and worm drive with unlimited anti-overturn.
This Penn reel model was introduced in 2008 and is built to take all the abuse thrown at it. This Penn reel is an inshore and light offshore version with an aluminum alloy frame, corrosion resistant machined aluminum handle, an aluminum alloy frame, and rotor and side plate. An inestimable anti-reverse roller bearing and multiple stainless ball bearings create a smooth drag with equal casting pleasure.
The Daiwa Certate spinning reel is known for the four core concepts that define its engineering. It is modeled around a real engine that features endurance, control and customization. They introduced this reel to reduce friction. It functions smoothly, and this reel is known to bring in the line. This product can hold 110 yards of line, and it has an extremely light weight. This product was first introduced in Japan, but it is now available throughout the United States. It has an excellent, low gear ratio, and this allows the model to feature one of the best retrieves on the market.
Shimano’s Sustain is a premium reel ranked between the Stella and the Stradic that has a more affordable price with the same advanced technology of their higher models making them so popular. The Sustain FE features the new Paladin Gear Durability Enhancement, Propulsion Line Management System, and Aero Wrap II Oscillation as well as the fact it is improved with a titanium coated spool lip for excellent castability. It features A-RB non-corrosive ball bearings, a Super Stopper II roller bearing, and an unhurried oscillation for better line lay.
Shimano’s Baitrunner spinning reel also features the latest technology such as the Propulsion Line Management System and the S A-RB Bearings which are more corrosion resistant than standard stainless steel ball bearings. All three models have a secondary drag system that allows for controlled free spool with the bail closed and you can flip the lever or turn the handle for primary drag to take over. Featuring a Super Stopper II that is a one-way roller bearing that eradicates back-play for hook sets, a rubber handle grip that is soft and easy to hold for long periods of time, and the Dyna-Balance to avoid wobble during a catch, this reel has the ability to attain beautiful casts and catches of large freshwater and saltwater fish.
Shimano’s Stella SW spinning reel is the equivalent luxury reel for saltwater fishing. Six models of this reel vary in line capacity, the weight, gear ration, drag, and ball bearings used. This Stella SW will allow you to cast the farthest up to 500 yards and catch the largest fish. This reel includes the Propulsion, Paladin, and Aero Wrap features that Shimano is known for.
The Shimano Stella FD spinning reels are luxury reels which have balanced bodies and magnesium frames that are lightweight and ideal for freshwater fishing. There are four models of this reel which have a drag range from 7 pounds to 24 pounds. The handle gear screws directly into the drive gear which results in zero play between the handle and gear, with larger sizes having a hollow handle shank making it lighter while keeping the strength and stable properties. Casting is considered one of the best with it’s titanium lip spool and revised line lay system. It’s known for a smooth and solid retrieve and the drag is known to maintain a smooth even pressure at all of its settings with the power to resist overheating.
Let’s talk about is the Okuma Ci-273V Citrix. This is cheaper than the SR-200W Serrano, but don’t let that fool you. This reel doesn’t sacrifice any quality with the cheaper price tag that it has on it. This reel has an anodized V-shaped spool, and multi-disc drag to ensure the user that it will be nothing but smooth for handling. This reel really has a bold and aggressive look to it that will be sure to catch the eye of many avid fishermen