Shimano TLD50IILRSA Reel
Per Crank (in)
|Max Drag at Full|
|Max Drag at Strike|
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.
f m sultan
I would recommend this item to a friend.
March 18, 2014
The best Gear
Pros:I am a boat Captain and recently on a Charter my guest from Boca Raton fla caught a 1200 pound Black Marlin on a tld 50 w/ a taulrus rod the best gear I have fished with.
Cons:the screws for the tie downs break easily