Daiwa Seagate Conventional Saltwater Reel

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Daiwa Seagate Conventional Saltwater Reel -
It’s a workhorse of a reel with a no-frills, value-driven design. Tournament-grade UTD advanced carbon drag washers stop drag fade and offer smooth control for long-fought saltwater battles. A team of three corrosion-resistant ball bearings for fluid performance. Its dual-system anti-reverse eliminates backplay for solid hooksets. Centrifugal spool brake prevents backlashes. Lightweight, high-strength anodized-aluminum frame and composite frame.
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Daiwa Seagate Conventional Saltwater Reel Reviews:



I bought this expecting a really smooth, light reel for flounder, small blues and bass, and sea bass, porgies, black fish, etc. And loved it when I took it out of the box, it was very light, looked great and was even very comfortable in my hand on the rod. But from the first trip I used it the drag was pracically useless, just the weight of the 8oz sinker was pulling line almost as if it was in free spool, and the drag was fully tightened. i tried everything, but something was wrong with the reel. The good news, is cabelas customer serivice came though with flying colors as always, and took it back for a full refund. Time to start reel shopping again I guess lol.
thestriperkid at Cabelas on 06/11/2013

it can be a Drag

I have the 40 model and use it for stripers in the waters off the south shore of long island. The drag can be a problem if you simply tighten it to the max. I found that by setting my drag before I start for the day works best, if needed tighten it a little. I really like the 6 to 1 ratio
Halfdone5 at Cabelas on 11/03/2013