daiwa opus 6000

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daiwa opus 6000

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Don't have that particular model but have found in the last three years that Diawa sea reels are pretty robust and cast well. If the reel is in good condition, I think you did well at that price.

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cheers guys,looks like a big thumbs up then :D .it has to be one of the smoothest reels ive had.just thought i would ask about to be sure i havent wasted money on a lemon.

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Blimey that is incredibly cheap for a Scotch firm.

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My brother just bought a Opus 5500 reel from ebay. Having it's test ride tonight. Looks like a nice reel for the money though.

Greg

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Check that the bale arm screw is nice and tight b4 use - some have come adrift.

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Cheers Eccles will do. Bought after your suggestion ;)

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