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Shimano SE2500FE Sedona Spin Reel


Shimano Fishing Reels: Baitcast & Spinning | Bass Pro Shops

The Shimano spinning reel range is substantial featuring over 110 models and 36 series of reels. This means that there is a spinning reel to suit and style of fishing and at any price bracket. The Stella model is Shimano’s top of the line series and comprises all of the technological advances that have set Shimano apart from their competitors.

In the junior section, first place went to Lane Thompson of Gladstone with 1208mm of bass, which saw him walk away with a Shimano reel. Second place was taken out by Max Fien of Boyne Island with 988mm of fish earning him a Shimano rod. In third was David Nowland of Monto who took home two Smak spinnerbaits.

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Locate the screws that hold a plate onto the reel. Use the screwdriver to remove those screws, and then lift the plate of the reel, which will expose the inside of the Shimano reel.

Shimano fishing reels must be disassembled to be properly cleaned and maintained, and if service is required, they have to be taken apart, too. The Shimano fishing equipment company makes spinning and baitcasting reels, both types of which can be taken apart. The process is different for each style of reel, but anglers who use both should know how to take them both apart.