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Displaying Daiwa’s latest technological advancements, the $430 T3 is made to shine. The Daiwa T3 contains an innovative coiling mechanism, newly developed by Daiwa. This T-Wing System makes the 6.5 ounce T3 quite unlike any other Daiwa reel. With improved casting and handling, this one is a keeper.
The T3 Baitcasting reel features:
1. Magforce 3D cast control system
2. Succinct body
3. Improved drag performance
4. Two gear ratio options
5. 8 (eight) bearings
6. Brushed aluminum handles with soft grips
7. Low-weight spool
8. Efficient free-floating spool
The Team Daiwa Luna is Daiwa’s best conventionally designed baitcaster. Weighty, with simple upkeep, this model is a great choice for snagging heavy trophy fish. With its automated cast system, corrosion resistant housing, and traditional feel, this one is sure to be a favorite.
The Luna sells for approximately $250, and boasts the follow specs:
• Aluminum body and sideplates
• Floating Spool for the best casting
• Mechanized magnetic anti-recoil control
• Ultra-fluid drag
• Unlimited Anti-Backlash
• Titanium line guide
The Summit Low Profile baitcasting reel is both reliable and accurate while casting. It has a titanium line guide and an Ultimate brake system. It offers both excellent performance and a low cost. When applying pressure, its magnetic brake gives broader, more acccurate control. It’s smooth casting offers an impressive fishing experience for anyone who loves to fish.
The Trion 66L Baitcasting Reel offers a dependable, smooth performance. It has a 6 pin adjustable brake system that you can’t beat. The 1 piece aluminum frame weighs 11.9 oz. and it has a line cap of 17 lbs. It is great for catching even heavy fish when fishing in fresh water and medium fish in salt water. The Pflueger Trion 66L has a machined aluminum spool, a left hand retrieve, and aluminum side plates. Even the most experienced fisherman will be content using this baitcasting reel. It’s one of a kind design is both durable and of high quality.
The Endeavor baitcasting reel is one of the best, low cost reels on the market today. It has 3 stainless steel, anti rust bearings, a 1 way clutch for instant anti reversing action, and an aluminum spool that has been machined and anodized. The durable anti backlash control ensures increased overall sensitivity and greater ease while casting. The Pflueger Endeavor Combo performs with precision and a smooth, quiet casting experience.
The Patriach baitcasting reel offers smooth reeling and is known for its speed. It is known for not only its smooth reeling, but it is quiet too! Giving the most for your money, the Patriach is of superb quality. It is both durable and reliable. With 10 stainless steel bearings, there is no jamming. It has excellent line technology and a titanium line guide. Its Ultimate brake system has given customers many years of satisfying use.
The Pflueger Patriarch is fast and smooth. The Pflueger Patriarch baitcasting reel has 10 stainless steel bearings with an Ultimate Brake system which means that it has plenty of distance. It also has a one way roller bearing which elimates back play. It has a drag system that performs better than most other baitcaster reels in its price range. Slipping is eliminated because of the magnetic brake system. The Manteca on the Pfluger Patriarch is easy because the side plates can be removed fast and easy. It has a line out clicker for trolling and bait fishing.
There are a lot of baitcasting reels available. There are some baitcasting reels that may work great for the fisherman that is not willing to spend extra money on a reel. These are the top five picked by most people.
The Abu Garcia Ambassador 6500 C3 has a round design and is durable yet lightweight. The Abu Garcia Ambassador has a 2 stainless steel bearings and steel roller bearings. The bearings help with catching bigger fish because of the anti- reverse. The Abu Garcia Ambassador is chemically nickel coated which provides corrosion resistance coverage. The Abu Garcia Ambassador has a 6 pin centrifugal brake system that reduces backlashes. It has a carbon matrix drag system that has max pressure of 24 pounds of consistent drag pressure.
The fourth knot to use with a baitcasting reel is the uni knot.
The uni knot is a basic knot and can be varied by the fisherman to meet pretty much any need, in fresh or salt water fishing. To tie the knot begin by running the line through the eye of the hook, at least 6” and fold it to make 2 parallel lines. Bring the end back towards the hook; next, make 6 turns with the tag around the double line and through the circle you formed. Pull the tag to tighten the line, then pull the standing line to slide up to the knot created against the eye. Pull until it is at the desired tightness, trim the tag end to ensure the knot doesn’t slip or come undone.
The second knot to use with a baitcasting reel is the orvis knot.
The orvis knot is for tying ring clips and snood clips, this knot allows for easy control of the length of the rig. To tie this knot first pass the end of the tippet through the eye of the hook, then round it back through the hoop you made. Next you will tag the end and wrap it around the second loop twice, followed by lubricating and tightening the knot. To finish it off trim the end tag. This knot allows for control of length and offers a strong knot, it is also used for tying flies.