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Daiwa SS Tournament 2600

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What do you think of this reel,mounted on a 9ft.Med.XS9MHS Lami,for a plugging rod.

Appreciate your opinion.

 

Joe

 

 

[This message has been edited by joeturse (edited 08-09-2002).]

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as a person who absolutely abhors spinning reels in general, I can say it's the only one i've found that I actually like...

 

from me, anything short of I hate it is a HUGE compliment about a spinning reel...

 

i've got a 2600 on a 10 foot lami...

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Got one on a 7' medium graphite w/ 10lb line use it for fishing the bay, esturies, and casting to breaking fish. Couldn't be happier; got it off E-bay for $50 sent it to a repair shop to be "touched up" for another $20.....I love it! smooth drag, casts great, and I have 270yds of 10lb which in most conditions (bay & boat) allows me to TEST my skills....and still have a ball w/o loosing too many fish....if not this reel than I am not sure of a better one of the same size.....

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Nice enough reel, good value for money, handles light braids well, doesn't like getting wet.

If it's going to get sloshed in the wash often, don't get it. If it ain't, and mine doesn't get dunked because I wade as little as I can, then it's a great little reel.

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IM they aren't easy to take apart. Well, I take that back. They are easy to take apart. Putting them back together is the difficult part. However, it can be done, with good light, a large work area, plenty of time, etc.

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