Daiwa Saltist Levelwind Linecounter Reel

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Ideal for saltwater and the Great Lakes, the Saltist Levelwind Line Counter Reels by Daiwa offer the line capacity, durability and performance for fishing braid or mono line. Perfect for controlled depth trolling and jigging, the Saltist's accurate direct-drive line counter measures in feet which makes setting trolling and jigging depths a snap. Built with a rugged, aluminum frame and sideplate for long-lasting durability, the reel's four specially treated, high-performing CRBB, high-speed gear ratios, dual-system Infinite Anti-Reverse and powerful, smooth and fade resistant Ultimate Tournament carbon drag system combine to deliver the smooth, powerful performance big water anglers demand. Complete with a levelwind system for even line winding, machined aluminum spool and spool click.

Get the brute strength of a heavy-duty linecounter with the easy-handling responsiveness of a levelwind casting reel. It's direct-drive linecounter measures line by the foot for reaching exactly where the fish are biting and returning to the same depth cast after cast. High-strength alloy gears for serious winding power and more than a meter of line pick-up with each crank. 10-element super drag with stainless steel and grease-impregnated carbon fiber washers for maximum drag pressure with minimal heat build-up for premium stopping power. Shielded, corrosion-resistant ball bearings resist debris for 12 times more service life than ordinary bearings. Full-metal-jacket construction prevents body flex with a rugged aluminum alloy frame and side plate. Machined aluminum spool. Levelwind system for even line lay. Dual-system anti-reverse eliminates backplay. Two-position power handle. One-year manufacturer warranty.
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Daiwa Saltist Levelwind Linecounter Reel Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great buy

Fished the reel out of Gloucester Mass, Sheapshead Bay Brooklyn, and Brielle New Jersey. Fished for cod, haddock, pollock, stripped bass, and blue fish. I caught fish to 40lbs and the reel performed flawlessly. Very smooth retrieve, nice star click drag. I even won a battle with an 8 foot blue shark that grabbed my cod, the mate wanted to cut the line, I told him I was bringing in the fish. After a 10 minute battle the shark released the cod, and although he had bite marks I did land it. I am planning on getting another one in the spring to have one rigged for bait and one read to jig. Great value, definitely recommend
Deepseafish4ever at Cabelas on 12/01/2013

Best reel for Lake Michiigan leadcore and copper

The Daiwa Saltist STTLW50LCHA is a reel that Lake Michigan trollers will love. The high speed feature will make using 10 colors of leadcore or 300 feet of copper a lot more fun because the retrieve speed is fast. I am currently running 6 of these reels. The reels are strong, very well built and should last a lifetime. Yes, they cost more but they are worth every penny.
Mardo at Cabelas on 02/07/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Line counter fogged up

Fishing the Columbia river for Springers. Second time out with this reel and the line counter fogged up rendering it useless. If it wasn't for that, the reel would be worth a 5 star. Will use a blow dryer to try to get the fog out, if that doesn't work, will send it back and trade it for another one because the reel is worth another shot. Other than that, the reel is actually awsome!!
Gbro at Cabelas on 03/07/2010