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#12688052 - 03/24/18 10:45 PM reel recommendations
Dolores Malone Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 01/06/18
Posts: 9
Loc: Froe Street, Fairmon
I'm thinking about purchasing a new reel for saltwater use. I basically fish inshore for Redfish, Speckled Trout & Stripers. I am presently using Shimano Calcutta 100 reel.I have read a lot about the Abu Garcia Revo and some others. Would like to get some opinions on how these reels hold up in saltwater as well as their appearance.
I searched many websites and here is some good review of Fishing reel https://fisherreel.com/ . Any recommendation will be highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance

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#12688307 - 03/25/18 09:42 AM Re: reel recommendations [Re: Dolores Malone]
MinMirny Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 11/21/17
Posts: 98
Loc: Austin, TX
I'm afraid, I can't help you: still happy with my lucky couple Luna 253 + Cabo 40.
Tried my friend's Revo couple times. Interesting, but not mine.
From your site, I'm intrigued with author's high evaluation of BG (Shimano and Okuma reels are good, but not new to me). I'll be back to BG in some future, because my newest Cabo 50 is still not really used: old 40 is working so good, I still feel happy every time I use it smile
Good luck looking, finding what will make you happy!
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Light tackle carp fishing vet.
Carp total 2018: 297
Cats total 2018: 15
Turtles: 35
Other 2018 numbers:
Rod+reel lost to carp 1
Rod+reel lost recovered
(with fish on) 1

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