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Post  stubbo on Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:25 pm

as anyone bought a good spinning reel on the forum which is designed for the job Shocked
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Post  deadbait on Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:27 pm

shimano stradic is a good reel for spinning Very Happy
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Post  stubbo on Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:29 pm

deadbait wrote:shimano stradic is a good reel for spinning Very Happy
i,ll give them a look mate
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Post  noodle on Thu Nov 18, 2010 12:44 am

stellas are better as are a good few daiwa's dont ignore okumas though some are spot on, or if you want something a little different US built penns, a fair few of the JDM reels out there like evergreen or abu ones for the japs will give you a top end reel
what sort of size/budget?

http://www.bassfishingplanet.com/eng/evergreen-spinning/ever-green-opus-1_2578.html
http://www.pennreels.com/
http://www.histackleboxshop.com/Daiwa-Fishing-JDM-Tackle-EXIST-2506-p/jdm-exist-2506.htm
http://www.japantackle.com/Shimano/Shimano_Stella2004.htm

or are we nearer these

http://daiwa.com/Reel/spinning.aspx
http://www.fostersofbirmingham.co.uk/st53847

i use cheap end okuma baitrunners the undertaker and have done for four or five years now cant fault them they get used for sea work boat fishing for pike river piking barbel carp (not often though) and they still shine and run very smooth, no faults with them at all

oh and they cost 25 quid from either taskers or baileys was in both shops that day and bought a pod from one the reels from the other
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Post  tootall on Thu Nov 18, 2010 7:40 am

Okuma Epix Pro 30

Awesome for money:

http://www.gofishing.co.uk/Angling-Times/Section/Tackle2/Coarse-and-Carp-Fishing-Tackle/Fishing-Reels/Fixed-spool-reels/Okuma-Epix-Pro-EPR30-match-reel/
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Post  stubbo on Thu Nov 18, 2010 6:40 pm

noodle wrote:stellas are better as are a good few daiwa's dont ignore okumas though some are spot on, or if you want something a little different US built penns, a fair few of the JDM reels out there like evergreen or abu ones for the japs will give you a top end reel
what sort of size/budget?

http://www.bassfishingplanet.com/eng/evergreen-spinning/ever-green-opus-1_2578.html
http://www.pennreels.com/
http://www.histackleboxshop.com/Daiwa-Fishing-JDM-Tackle-EXIST-2506-p/jdm-exist-2506.htm
http://www.japantackle.com/Shimano/Shimano_Stella2004.htm

or are we nearer these

http://daiwa.com/Reel/spinning.aspx
http://www.fostersofbirmingham.co.uk/st53847

i use cheap end okuma baitrunners the undertaker and have done for four or five years now cant fault them they get used for sea work boat fishing for pike river piking barbel carp (not often though) and they still shine and run very smooth, no faults with them at all

oh and they cost 25 quid from either taskers or baileys was in both shops that day and bought a pod from one the reels from the other
is that baileys in woolsten noodle
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Post  noodle on Thu Nov 18, 2010 10:30 pm

stubbo wrote:
noodle wrote:stellas are better as are a good few daiwa's dont ignore okumas though some are spot on, or if you want something a little different US built penns, a fair few of the JDM reels out there like evergreen or abu ones for the japs will give you a top end reel
what sort of size/budget?

http://www.bassfishingplanet.com/eng/evergreen-spinning/ever-green-opus-1_2578.html
http://www.pennreels.com/
http://www.histackleboxshop.com/Daiwa-Fishing-JDM-Tackle-EXIST-2506-p/jdm-exist-2506.htm
http://www.japantackle.com/Shimano/Shimano_Stella2004.htm

or are we nearer these

http://daiwa.com/Reel/spinning.aspx
http://www.fostersofbirmingham.co.uk/st53847

i use cheap end okuma baitrunners the undertaker and have done for four or five years now cant fault them they get used for sea work boat fishing for pike river piking barbel carp (not often though) and they still shine and run very smooth, no faults with them at all

oh and they cost 25 quid from either taskers or baileys was in both shops that day and bought a pod from one the reels from the other
is that baileys in woolsten noodle

yeah not long after it changed hands sadly
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Post  stubbo on Fri Nov 19, 2010 9:47 am

yea know what you mean mate the other owners were spot on mate a bit miserable in there at times Sad
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