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  1. Hi all, hoping someone can possibly help. I have several tsunami shield reels and I'm pretty happy with them so far. I'm trying to do routine maintenance and having a very very difficult time removing the side plates on my tsunami shield 3000. Has anybody else experienced this problem And does anybody have some advice on how to remove the side plate without damaging the reel ? Thanks so much
  2. Hi guys, I have 2 tsunami shield 4000s and like them, but both have been giving me issues. I was able to open one with the tool provided and found that the main gear is completely toast, most of the teeth are just completely flattened. On the other one, it is not oscillating, but I cannot get the side plate off to save my life! So 2 questions: any tips on how I can get that side plate off? It is just locked on there I cant budge it (the other one took as lot to get off too but eventually I got it). And second, is there anywhere to buy replacement parts for tsunami? Thanks!
  3. St. Croix's are both same model # - all 3 rods are 1 piece so I will not ship. Pickup all 3 for $200 - Kearny to Keyport, NJ area 1 used conventional St. Croix Mojo - I circled some boat rash in picture (from sitting in a rod holder) on the split grip section, guides are all in good shape. 1 new conventional St. Croix Mojo with tags still on 1 new spinning Tsunami Shield with tags still on
  4. Hi- I currently fish a Penn Conflict 2 4000. i have caught some big bass with the reel over the past 7 months. its kept in wonderful condition and really haven't put it to the "test" in my opinion. it recently has been getting harder and harder to reel when tension is on the line ( Fish, Snagged Bunker, Diver Bait. etc ). Something is wrong. i am currently going through warranty with Penn. In the mean time,i have an itch to buy another Conflict 2 4000 while my original one get fixed or try something different in its class such as try the Tsunami Shield 4000. i like light tackle and really don't think i would go any bigger than a 4000 size reel. let me know your input with Conflict 2, Shield 4000 or any other reel you enjoy fishing with. Thanks Zambots
  5. Hey guys any opinion on this reel? The reason I am asking is because I am getting into a new surf setup, decided on a TFO 11ft Tactiocal Series (mind could change), but still looking for a nice reel. I am novice level fisherman use to be living in CT, but relocated to OK. I was thinking a Penn Slammer 3 5500, but unfortunately its a little out of my price range, then I looked at the new Diawa BG series and was thinking between a 4500 and 5000 series, however I was browsing Youtube the other day and found out about SurfCasterJournal and saw this. This application will be for dam fishing, down south here in Oklahoma/Texas Stripers are fished mostly at dams. So I am fishing 3/4oz-2oz jig heads with flukes or sassy shad and throwing 1oz to 3oz top water plugs. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. My price range for rod and reel would be around ($400). (Edit - please no commercial links ~ Sudsy)