Fishing Reels

Selecting the right casting reel can be complex. Attributes to consider are reel weight, handedness, gear ratio and line capacity. Casting reels are built for left or right hand reeling — just because and angler is a righty doesn’t mean it will be easier to reel with the right hand reel, because they must set the hook with the left.

Another consideration is gear ratio, which designates the number of times each turn of the reel handle turns over the spool. For example a 7.1:1 gear ratio means the spool will turn over 7.1 times for each crank of the handle....

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Shimano Curado 70

GEAR RATIO:

7.2:18.2:1

RETRIEVE:

Left HandRight Hand
Shimano$199.99Product Details
Daiwa Tatula LT Spinning Reel

GEAR RATIO:

6.2:1

SIZE:

10002000250030004000
Daiwa$189.99Product Details
Daiwa SG Linecounter Reel

GEAR RATIO:

5.1:14.2:1

SIZE:

1747
Daiwa$104.99 – 114.99Product Details
Daiwa Revros LT Spinning Reel

GEAR RATIO:

5.2:1

SIZE:

10002000
Daiwa$49.99Product Details
Daiwa Legalis LT Spinning Reel

GEAR RATIO:

5.2:15.3:1

SIZE:

100025003000
Daiwa$69.99Product Details
Daiwa Fuego LT Spinning Reel

GEAR RATIO:

5.2:15.3:16.2:1

SIZE:

1000250030004000
Daiwa$99.99Product Details
Daiwa Ballistic LT Spinning Reel

GEAR RATIO:

5.2:15.3:16.2:1

SIZE:

1000250030004000
Daiwa$229.99Product Details
Daiwa Tatula CT Casting Reel

GEAR RATIO:

6.3:17.3:18.1:1

RETRIEVE:

Right HandLeft Hand
Daiwa$129.99Product Details
Daiwa Tatula 100 Casting Reel

GEAR RATIO:

6.3:17.1:18.1:1

RETRIEVE:

Right HandLeft Hand
Daiwa$159.99Product Details