Spinning reel

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I found Daiwa's reels to be quite robust and smooth. Been using a couple of them for three or four years now with no problems and they give a good service if you need spares. Can't be more specific than that cos you haven't said what capacity/size you want mate.

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Thanks for the reply eccles I want a reel to hold about 150yrds of 20lb braid not to heavy.My rod is 9.5 ft and casts up to 40g.


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Cheers for the info m8 :D :D


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