Daiwa Saltist SW Heavy Action Spinning Reels series includes: STT4000H; STT4500H; STT5000H; STT6000H; and STT6500H. As the Saltist name implies, these reels were designed for all-out serious saltwater fishing. And that means simple, straight forward mechanisms that can withstand the punishment and still work flawlessly, time after time. Like a manual bail trip for fewer moving parts—greater strength and reliability. Even a dual, full-time anti-reverse you can depend on, with no lever to accidentally turn off or snag line. Reliability and performance—that’s Saltist.
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SALTIST® HEAVY ACTION SPINNING REELS FEATURE:
Rugged, all-metal construction
Fast 6.2 to 1 gear ratio
6 Bearing System (5CRBB + 1RB)
Digigear™ digital gear design
Tubular stainless Air Bail
Sealed, waterproof drag
Rotor brake keeps bail in convenient position when opened
Dual, full-time anti-reverse
Reliable manual bail trip
Machined aluminum handle
Heavy spinning reels are used in a variety of fishing situations, from surf fishing to trolling blue water, fishing from the pier or jetty or out on the boat. These saltwater spinning reels are made tough, as they need to be to stand up to a reasonable amount of abuse in these circumstances. Look for systems that are well-sealed against saltwater infiltration in order to prevent corrosion. Using stainless steel ball bearings can also protect against saltwater.
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The Fin-Nor Offshore OF 6500 Heavy Duty Spinning Reel features up to 10 carbon fibre, aluminium and stainless steel drag washers that are designed specifically so you can handle the ocean's biggest fish. The OF 6500 has proven to be the King of the Sea when it was introduced in 2006. It has four double-shielded stainless steel bearings for ultra smooth performance. This reel also has an oversized multi-stack offshore drag system that makes reeling in the biggest fish a walk-in-the-park.