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Shimano TLD-2 Speed A Lever Drag Reels

Shimano TLD-2 Speed A Lever Drag Reels

$299.99 - $409.99
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TD Code
line Retrieve
Per Crank (in)
Line Capacity
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Max Drag at Full
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Max Drag at Strike
w/ Freespool
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BearingsGear RatioWeight
(oz)
Price
TLD20IIA
SHM-0854
37/16700/20
450/30
250/50
30.022.044.0:1
1.7:1
36.2$299.99 USD
TLD30IIA
SHM-0855
37/16800/20
600/30
450/40
350/50
33.024.044.0:1
1.7:1
37.5$309.99 USD
TLD50IIA
SHM-0856
38/15700/5037.029.043.5:1
1.4:1
57.3$409.99 USD
TLD50IILRSA
SHM-0857
38/15440/8042.032.043.5:1
1.4:1
57.3$409.99 USD
You don't need a big boat to catch big fish. In fact, there's absolutely no reason why you couldn't catch a 250-pound thresher shark from your 20-foot center console boat. Unless you left your TLD at home. If you own a small fishing boat, or you often find yourself elbow-to-elbow with your angling compatriots on the large party boats, you need a reel that's both nimble and versatile. Our TLD reels are light in hand, so easy to shift they're almost mindless, and they're adaptable to any number of bluewater species from tuna to striped marlin. And because they're built by Shimano, durability is an inevitable part of the package. A large, private, ocean-going vessel may be neat, but it's not necessary. Just match the tackle to the situation. And let the fish fall where they may.
  • Graphite Frame
  • Graphite Side Plates
  • Rod Clamp
  • Barrel Handle Grip
  • Aluminum Spool
  • A-RB (Anti-Rust Bearings) are specially treated stainless steel ball bearings that are at least 10 times more corrosion resistant than standard stainless steel ball bearings.
  • Clicker increases the tension on freespool and activates a clicking alarm when a fish bites.
5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Justin
Charleston, SC
Great reels. Great Price
August 31, 2016
I bought 7 TLDs over 12 years ago and have abused them ever since. They've never let me down. Reliable, but affordable reels that you can count on.
By andre
Boynton beach, FL
Great affordable trolling reels
January 11, 2016
Great large trolling reel without breaking the bank
By Patrick
Hampton, N.H.
Unbelievable bang for your buck
February 24, 2014
I use a pair of 50LRSAs for mainly sharks and bluefin tuna on standup rods. I fish them alongside a pair of Penn international 50s and a pair of Penn 70 Vs. The Shimanos fish just as smooth as the Penns, they rattle less than the Penns, and they are easier to work on for maintenance. Along those same lines, the Shimano TLDs dont get scratched and dinged like the Penns do. I traveled to mexico for some fishing last spring and I brought my Shimano TLD 50s because they fish just as nice as my other reels and I didn't need to worry so much about them getting damaged in transit, or damaged by my guides. I highly recommend these reels if your are trying to get into big game fishing on a budget, or want some awesome reels that wont make you cry if you bump them against something or drop them.
ProsSmooth action, price, ability to handle 80lb test line on the LRSA, drag lever size and placement, and overall quality.
ConsThe drag adjustment knob is plastic and should be metal. It feels kinda cheesy and doesn't seem as sensitive as it could be.
4 Questions & 3 Answers
saleh
from L.A asked:
January 11, 2015
do you recommend this reel for trolling/bottom fishing? and what is the best rod ( medium/heavy) that would match the reel

Tomas
from Tehachapi, Ca. asked:
June 16, 2014
I am looking for a reel to use with 80# for a long range trip that won't break the bank. Would the 30 work for this? I need something to fish deep dropper loop on a 6 day trip.
The 30 will work for your application. It should hold about 300 yards of 80# braid.
Customer Service
on June 17, 2014

Sean
from Farmingdale, NY asked:
June 4, 2014
Hello, I am looking for the smallest 2 speed reel that can handle at least 500 yards of 80 lb braid? Do any of the 2 speed TLD-2 fit that bill? Thank you for your time.
The Avet LX is a smaller reel than the TLD-2 and has a grater line capacity,
Customer Service
on June 5, 2014

CJ
from hyannis MA asked:
November 4, 2013
If I'm going to use 60 lb test should I use the 50 or the 50RLSA?
The LRSA has a greater line capacity, where as the standard 50A has less line capacity. With the weight and price the same I would recommend just going with the LRSA because of the increased drag and more line capacity.
Customer Service
on November 5, 2013

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