Fin-Nor Inshore Spinning Reel

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Fin-Nor Inshore Spinning Reel -
The perfect inshore braided line handler! The stainless/ceramic/carbon MegaDrag® is the smoothest you’ve ever felt, and the rubber spool ring makes mono backing obsolete. Five shielded stainless bearings; Cold-forged-aluminum spool; MegaLok™ anti-reverse; sealed waterproof drag.
Line recovery in inches per handle turn.
Specifically designed for braided line and equipped with a waterproof, multistack, carbon-fiber MegaDrag™ for smooth, fight-handling control over any close-to-shore fish. Cold-forged aluminum spool with a rubber spool ring holds braided line firmly in place. Lightweight aluminum body and sideplate house five double-shielded stainless steel bearings and a MegaLock™ infinite anti-reverse for years of smooth-casting performance.
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Fin-Nor Inshore Spinning Reel Review:


Light, Small, Smooth, and Strong

On its own and without comparison to Fin-Nor's late and great Ahab Spinning series, this all-metal bodied Inshore Spinning series is strong, light in weight, and boasts a synthetic, waterproof drag, to tame any fish within its weight class. In addition, its aluminium spool has a rubber insert so there is no super line slippage - in short, it is made for braid. Furthermore, the spool has two copper-gold bands in keeping with the Fin-Nor colour sceme, and also included is a black microfiber cloth to protect the reel out of the box.
The overall colour of the reel itself is somewhat of a nondescript charcol gray, subtle in appeareance but distinguished by overall excellent performance. The general comfort of this reel reveals itself after hours of casting on flats, jetties, piers, and/or in the surf without fatigue or the necessity of lying the tackle down for a much needed rest due to muscle fatique. So remember, if you are using a lure, the rod that is not in the hand is a rod that is not fishing ( unless trolling ) and therefore of questionable value, regardless of the cost. Thus far, this reel is less than one fishing season old, so it has yet to be put through all the rigors of battle in the saltwater environment, but it does seem promising for the limited time it has been used. Time, use, and the sea will tell the final tale.
MRCONG at Cabelas on 05/27/2012