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Old 01-10-2019, 09:57 PM   #11
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Shimano Nasci because they are buttery smooth and much lighter than the other options. Great drag and a joy to throw artificials with.
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I just bought another Daiwa BG 2500 for inshore saltwater fishing. I have landed some big uglies and bull reds on this little reel. It has a strong drag and is very smooth. Lots of good reels to pick from. Good luck!
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Thank you sir. Just ordered one. That’s a heck of a deal.
Have 3 of the 6500LL models. Great reels

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The Penn spinners are very good, I have 6 of them. The Fierce II 2500 is a good one for trout and redfish. Also look at the Daiwa BG 2500, I have been very pleased with the BGs. I have 6 BG 2500s with about 9 months of use on them and they are holding up great too. Last, take a look at the new Lew's Custom pro Speed Spin and Custom Speed Spin. I got a couple of the Custom Pros in the 300 size and so far they have been great, really nice little reels.
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Look at Cadence Fishing on the internet. They only sell direct no retail markup. I have two, one CS4 & one CS8 both have held up well for a year and you can’t beat the price!
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Shimano Nasci because they are buttery smooth and much lighter than the other options. Great drag and a joy to throw artificials with.


X2 great reel for the money.
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I have a Penn Battle 3000 and Penn Fierce which are over 1 year. I also have a Penn Spinfisher for over 20 years and still going great. I fish a couple times a week and reels have held up very good. I have had Shimano within same price range and been very disappointed. No more Shimano for me.
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Buy a set of three of these for $100 total. They're smooth as silk. I've used them on trout and reds for the past three years. Guides in Apalachicola told me they use the same reels for their clients. We sling lures all day, it's a light reel with 12 pound line. If the reel gets dunked underwater, they say toss it and buy another.
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