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Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test #13516527 04/13/20 11:13 PM
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My dad’s got a 6’9” medium heavy spinning rod that he uses for skipping Senkos and smaller jugs around docks, under trees, etc. He uses either 12 or 14 pound test on this rod. His current reel is too small to handle this diameter line, so he’s looking to change reels. What are some decent options around $75?

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Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13516552 04/13/20 11:29 PM
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I like the Shimano Sahara for a mid priice spinning reel it would be around the range you mention. I think you would need to get a larger size Sahara to handle 12-14 lb line.

Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13516719 04/14/20 01:19 AM
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Pfleuger President. 3500 size.


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Originally Posted by Hard Rain
I like the Shimano Sahara for a mid priice spinning reel it would be around the range you mention. I think you would need to get a larger size Sahara to handle 12-14 lb line.

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Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13516798 04/14/20 02:22 AM
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plus 1 on the Pfleuger President.. great reels for the price.. usually a bunch on Ebay too.

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Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13516801 04/14/20 02:24 AM
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Sedona is good too in that price range. 3500/4000? (The bigger one) will handle that line OK.


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Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13516857 04/14/20 03:34 AM
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I have a better Shimano from the Sahara I'd sell you for $75. Hasn't been used much. I just don't throw a spinner much anymore and I have 2 of these.
https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Shimano_NASCI_Spinning_Reel/descpage-NASC.html
Pretty sure it's the NAS3000HGFB model.

DM me if you're interested.

Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13516898 04/14/20 04:38 AM
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Pflueger President

Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13516921 04/14/20 09:57 AM
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Pflueger President. I've used 4 of them for several years now without a single hick-up!

Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: Greg W] #13516991 04/14/20 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Greg W
I have a better Shimano from the Sahara I'd sell you for $75. Hasn't been used much. I just don't throw a spinner much anymore and I have 2 of these.
https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Shimano_NASCI_Spinning_Reel/descpage-NASC.html
Pretty sure it's the NAS3000HGFB model.

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Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13517124 04/14/20 01:27 PM
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I asked similar question a couple of weeks ago. Bought the Pflueger President and so far I am very impressed. Or rather, my wife is very impressed as the reel was for her. She was having issues with a baitcaster and still managed to have issues with a spinning reel. None of this was the reel's fault. At this point I am thinking she could blow up a Zebco but we're digging in with the Pflueger.

Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13517162 04/14/20 01:49 PM
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I love my Shimano Stradics but the Pflueger President is a nice reel and for the price a very good option.
It should give you many years of use with no problems.

Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13517175 04/14/20 01:54 PM
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I really like the Okuma spinning reels. They are a great price and have held up really well. One of mine is about 10 years old, tons of scars but still working smoothly.

Epixor is the model that I use

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Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13517217 04/14/20 02:19 PM
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The president is an awesome reel, I have 2 but I don't really care for anything over a size 3000 for freshwater ( except big cats). So my thinking would be towards checking the smaller diameter lines instead of have to get a huge reel. I know you said 12-14 test but for example an 8lb fireline has the diameter of 3lb mono. So you can see there are options in having a not so big reel and move up in lb test.

Re: Spinning Reel For 12-14lb Test [Re: jkowalkowski3] #13517224 04/14/20 02:23 PM
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Thanks for all of the suggestions. One question about the Pfleuger president: The biggest size, the 40, says the max line capacity is 10lb test? I know these are generally more suggestions than facts, i just want to make sure it can handle the bigger size lines.

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