Shimano SRG25000SW Saragosa SW Spinning Reel
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The Shimano Saragosa SW Spinning reels are saltwater reels made to be durable with new "Cam" oscillation system. These reels are water resistant and provide a comfortable drag. These reels are dedicated to the Blue Water angler, and are perfect to tackle the toughest species and conditions with elegance and power. These reels offer up to 44 pounds of drag to stop even the meanest offshore fish.
- X-Ship: For efficient gear engagement, extended gear longevity, and increased castability
- X-Tough Drag: Cross carbon, waterproof, twin drag all models
- Water resistant with X-Shield and X-Protect, with body gasket seal, anti-rev bearing cover
- Paladin Gear durability enhancement and Propulsion line management system
- S A-RB Shielded ball bearings and graphite Rotor
- Aluminum frame, cold forged aluminum spool, and machined aluminum handle shank
- Super Stopper II Anti-Reverse and power roller III line roller
- Direct drive mechanism, and dyna balance
- Fluidrive II
- Waterproof drag
- Dartainium II drag washers
- Ergonomic handle grips
- Septon handle grips
- Approved for saltwater use
5 Stars based on 7 reviews
June 6, 2016
This reel has awesome line capacity. Loaded with braid and havent found much that will over power it. Great feel, smooth drag reacts like a reel costing much more.
Prosline capacity,smooth drag,great value for the money
Cabo San Lucas
July 19, 2015
I landed a 150lb Stripper Marlin today. Reel was flawless.
June 25, 2015
This reel as previously mentioned lives up to the Shimano aspect in every sense; well under a 1000 and even under 500 - The drag system takes a beating and keeps on giving. The rigidness of construction gives you the confidence to put all the power needed to bring in the most demanding species without flex in handle or frame. With every little attention to detail; maintenance is simple - sealed construction means less time spent lubricating and internal cleaning due to ambient conditions and saltwater. Using high strength, small diameter Japanese line, I do wish the line capacity was a little bit more. Those feisty yellow fin in the 100lb class will pull a lot of line on the initial run. Have had my reel stripped to 7/8 on several occasions
Prosconstruction, drag, looks, performance
May 29, 2015
I use 100lbs test line on this reel it works great . I have been catching yellow fin tuna between 80 to 160lbs . off a drillship in the Gulf Mexico
Lake worth florida
Great line cap
April 22, 2015
Very fast and strong reel I think everyone should have one in their garage
April 10, 2015
This reel is great and is considerably more than I anticipated. With the statistics at its side, it has a lot of high end value for a reel being under 1000 dollars much less being under 500 dollars. You get a high amount of drag with an extremely high amount of line capacity for a spinning reel.
ProsGreat reel for the price. It's made of true quality materials and you can tell you are using a high end reel when fishing with it.
ConsBulky, can get heavy if you intend to cast with it a lot.
great reel for the money
June 18, 2014
Reel is heavier and bulkier than the 1800 but the drag is smooth and I am looking forward to the first BFT on it this season
3 Questions & 3 Answers
from Ada, Mi asked:
December 18, 2015
I am looking for a new spinning setup for casting surfaces poppers and waxwing jigs with for tuna in the Gulf of Mexico. What size reel and what rod would you recommend? I was thinking about loading it up with 65 # braid. What type of knot or wind on leader would you recommend to connect 60-80 # fluorocarbon to my main line?
As far as the reel goes I would probably recommend the 10000 size. It would be the best for the Smaller blackfin and yellowfin you'll run into for the most part. You can go up to the heavier reel, but it may feel overpowered for the smaller fish. Rods you have a ton of options, personally I am a fan of the popping rods from Black Hole. If you wanted to stick with Shimano I would look at the Terez series. As far as line connection goes, I wouldn't even bother with a wind on leader due to the line capacity that you will end up losing because of it. I would just use a Uni to Uni or Albright knot.
on December 31, 2015
from New Jersey asked:
July 19, 2015
I was given one of theses used. Can it be used for offshore popping. Bluefin yellowfin. Northeast. What rod options would you recommend.
This reel would be fine for offshore tuna popping. Black Hole and Shimano makes rods that can be used for tuna popping.
on July 20, 2015
from middletown nj asked:
October 11, 2014
what rod goes with reel
That depends on what you are fishing for and what method.
on October 13, 2014
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