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One of the more compact reels, the Wiki 900H has plenty of cranking power with seven bearings to help it. Primarily designed for pitch jigging work, the reel has a fast retrieve and runs smoothly. A smooth carbon-fibre drag applies stopping power out of proportion to the size of the…
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USA made, Avet reels have a good reputation as robust all-round fishing reels. With eight shielded stainless-steel bearings plus stainless-steel gears, you get a very strong but compact reel. Weighing in at 12oz there’s a reassuring solidity about it when you crank the handle. The MC on this reel stands…
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Smaller, faster, lighter is the philosophy behind the Fin-Nor Lethal LTC16, and it has been achieved without skimping on quality. The reel has seven hybrid ceramic and stainless-steel bearings contained within a full aluminium body, the latter being multiple coated to keep the elements at bay. Brass and stainless-steel gears…
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The Okuma Metaloid is a twin-speed reel, with ratios of 6.4:1 and 3.8:1. At top speed it will winch in over 40 inches of line, making it a fast reel. The lower ratio provides serious cranking power. The Metaloid is a very compact reel, especially when compared to conventional twin-speed…
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The Fin-Nor Marquesa is a well-established reel with a big-game fishing background. The MA12 is the smallest reel in the range, but it has excellent line capacity and a retrieve of almost 43 inches per handle turn, making it a good choice for jigging techniques. The reel is machined from…
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The Maxel Hybrid 20C is built from solid aluminium with stainless-steel gears and eight shielded stainless bearings. The gear ratio of 6:1 retrieves more than three feet of line per handle turn, and unusually for this type of reel, it features a traditional star drag. Available in five different colours…
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The Accurate BV300 is a compact reel that is ultra light at just 9.9oz; however, with stainless steel gears and bearings it is also solidly built. The gear ratio of 6.1:1 makes it quite quick on the retrieve, hauling in 38 inches per handle turn. A very good choice for…
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Daiwa’s HVF technology means lighter, stiffer blanks for its hugely respected tournament range of surf rods. The multiplier rods are all rated for casting distances in excess of 200 yards, with the fixed-spool rods not far behind. These are stunning looking rods, with Fuji Alconite guides and come in a…
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Circle hooks are gaining in popularity with the rise of catch and release in sea angling – and also because they make some rigs more efficient. Very popular as the top hook on Pennel rigs, circle hooks come in many shapes and sizes. This Mutu pattern from Owner is from…
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Strong, and heavy enough in the wire to keep baits near to the bottom, this triple spreader system has become very popular, especially with anglers on species hunts who are allowed multi-hook rigs. You can present baits on the bottom or two on and one up with this rig. Very…
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With seven rods in the range, all made on Toray Carbon blanks, these fast-action rods have SiN Black non-corroding guides and duo lock reel fittings. With a split handle design these are good looking rods, and there’s sure to be something in the range to cover your lure fishing from…
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