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Lew's SuperDuty Wide Speed Spool Baitcast Reel
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|Hand Orientation||Right Hand|
|Bearing Material||Stainless Steel|
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- Sturdy, lightweight one-piece all aluminum frame and aluminum sideplate on the handle side
- 10 double-shielded premium stainless steel bearing System with Zero-Reverse one way clutch bearing
- Machine forged, double anodized, Braid ready, high capacity aluminum spool
- Max drag:14 lbs
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Lew's SuperDuty Wide Speed Spool
The SuperDuty Wide Speed Spool series brings significantly greater line capacity to a baitcast reel designed for heavy-duty fishing applications, such as flipping heavy jigs on big line, handling the large and cumbersome umbrella rigs, and fishing big crankbaits and giant swimbaits. The aluminum sideplate on the handle side assures no-flex support under a load. The SoftTouch finish makes for a comfortable palming surface.
Premium 11-bearing system with double-shielded stainless steel ball bearings and Zero Reverse one-way clutch bearing.
High strength brass gearing precision-cut for increased strength and durability.
Magnetic Control System (MCS)
Externally-adjustable Magnetic Control System (MCS) braking.
|SuperDuty Wide Speed Spool||SuperDuty Wide Speed Spool - Left||SuperDuty Wide Speed Spool||SuperDuty Wide Speed Spool||SuperDuty Wide Speed Spool|
|WEIGHT (IN OZ)||8.1||8.1||8.1||8.1||8.1|
|LINE CAPACITY - BRAID (YARDS/LB)||150/65||150/65||150/65||150/65||150/65|
|LINE CAPACITY - MONO (YARDS/LB)||190/14||190/14||190/14||190/14||190/14|
|RECOVERY PER TURN||35"||31"||21"||28"||31"|
Since 1949, professional and amateur anglers alike have trusted Lew's to deliver on the promise of Lighter, Faster, Stronger products. The original developer of the teardrop reel and bamboo rod, Lew's has been innovating for decades and continues to set the standard for dependable fishing gear. Lew's reels, rods, combos, and accessories are designed for peak performance and durability. Feel the Difference.
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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- I ordered and recieved the correct reel. I'll be fishing out of a kayak this year and needed a versatile rig so I won't have to carry as many rods in a limited space. It had to be a left handed retrieve as I'm right handed casting and want to keep the rod in my right hand while my left hand can do other things like anchor trolly, one handed paddle, etc. and reeling. my other casting reels are right handed and its an awkward process to cast and then give the rod to my left hand. Its why spinning reels work best in a kayak.
- I needed a reel for largemouth, occasional striper, but I will be traveling north this year and will be into small mouth, walleye, maybe lake trout, pike, etc. or similar sized fish. So, I reckoned I needed more drag and line capability. This model has a wider spool and 20 lb drag capacity on a one piece aluminum frame wich seemed to fit my needs.
- Out of the box it is ready to go
- its a wide spool but the body doesn't look or feel much different than any other "normal" capacity reel.
- It has a solid feel as if it could handle the larger than expected fish - perhaps that accidental muskie or deep down striper - as long as my rod holds up the reel will.
- I like the handle feel
- The numbered brake adjustment side plate is not going to come off accidentally and fall in the lake as its pull pin is on the opposide side.
- The color. I'm not a fan of multi colors, pastel greens, etc.
- One piece aluminum frame (so it won't torque under extreme pressure
- I wish it had centrifugal braking as well as magnetic but I can't miss what I've never had.
- I wish the brake side plate was aluminum (the reel side plate is aluminum)
- The reel seat seems thin compared to other brands and models but because its painted I can't see the welds as I suspect if they were bad jobs would be obvious. I put a lot of thumb pressures and weight on mine and then checked for cracks in the paint but it seems very well done. I'm pretty confident the reel seat is stronger than the reel seat receiver/saddle (?) of my rod.
- Braking numbers are too small for me to read without reading glasses which I don't take with me kayaking but you can feel and hear the clicks so thats good enough.
- The cost for a left hand retrieve is $35 more!!! I understand supply and demand but this is almost price gouging in my opinion. Other brands practically give you a discount for their left handed model. They saw me and my kayak coming.
All in all I'm satisfied with this reel but I may be relying on the Lew's reputation more than I should. I need to catch a few heavy fish on it. I have some 40 year old Ambassadeurs and Shimanos (still in use) that have never failed me so I'm expecting the same or better from Lew's. I'll let you know.
One last thing: I matched it with a MH fast action 7'6" 24 ton blank rod. Feels pretty good/balanced.
It comes with the left brake dial
completely off. I would turn that up to five to start with! I have never thrown a huge swim bait or such a big rod. Im using it with 8' heavy swimbait rod and 8in Huddleston. After Cutting out a huge backlash and losing a fourth of my spool...I got it casting great.
That Diawa, was just a simple increase or decrease in the magnetic cast control setting, and rare back and let 'er rip... I could consistently cast the Daiwa 20 feet or more on long casts as opposed to this Lews... I'm going to order another one of the Daiwa's. If I could find someone to unload this Lew's on, I'd get a 3rd Daiwa Coastal...