fixed spools any ideas

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fixed spools any ideas

Post by daddytim »

need a good fixed spool reelo



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Post by eccles »

Been very pleased with Diawas for the last couple of years.

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Diawa regal 4500 bri sould suit your needs
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Post by geordiesandman »

found the okuma distance surf 60 a good solid bet

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looked at the surf 60 looks nice thanks guys will look them up

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[quote="rabbi2"]Diawa regal 4500 bri sould suit your needs
Cheers
keith :D :D[/quote]
rabbi 2 isnt that a carp reel

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Post by geordiesandman »

my mate uses a penn 750, similar to mine, and loves it

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Post by andy1_i »

daddytim,yep its a carp reel,but a big pit one with a baitruner,im looking into getting one myself (regal 7500),also you cant really go wrong with an okuma (baitrunner),even secondhand good reels ;)

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Post by rabbi2 »

Yep and its one of the best fixed spool reels I have used. I wash it thoroughly every time I use it and grease it.
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keith :D :D

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Post by andy1_i »

kieth you can grease what you like =)) =))

couldnt resist


Andy >:) >:)

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Post by Clarissa »

May I suggest a modest investment to start with .....

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WOW pmsl !!

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Post by geordiesandman »

nice.... baisic and simple... less to break.....lol
wondwer what it's like to use

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I'm sure my Granny had one but she called it a mincing machine lol :D :D >:) >:) >:)
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Post by conga »

Is it the prototype Penn 850? =)) >:) >:)

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