Shimano Tyrnos 2-Speed Reels
$369.99 - $489.99
|Line Capacity (lb/yds)||PowerPro Line Capacity (lb/yds)||Full Max Drag|
|Strike Max Drag|
Shimano Tyrnos Saltwater Trolling Reels feature an open top crossbar design and Shimano's stainless steel A-RB anti-rust bearings. Other key features designed primarily for trolling are a ratcheting lever drag to eliminate any lever movement caused by boat vibration and a loud clicker with enough tension to hold large baits. Additional features include oversized gears for power while maintaining a high-speed 5.0:1 gear ratio, and an extra long handle shank with an oversized ergonomic rubber power grip. Shimano Tyrnos reels are constructed with diecast aluminum frames and graphite sideplates to reduce weight while maintaining strength and durability.
- A-RB Bearings (Anti-Rust Bearings)
- Topless Design (8II, 10II, 12II and 16II only)
- Reduced Profile Top Crossbar (20II, 30II,50IILRS only)
- High Speed Gear Ratios
- Oversized Gears for incredible amounts of fish moving torque
- Diecast Aluminum Frame
- Lightweight Graphite Sideplates with Aluminum Braces
- Oversized Handle Shank
- Twin-Pawl Anti-Reverse
- Ergonomic Power Handle
- Ratcheting Drag Lever
- Harness Lugs (20II, 30II and 50IILRS only)
- Rod Clamp included
Great all-around reel
December 24, 2016
I bought the Shimano Tyrnos for the bluefin/yellowfin tuna bite that's been happening off Southern California and I was very pleased with this reel. Simple enough by design, strong and powerful it works well with flylining bait and is a good caster. Had a chance to jig some flatfalls and the reel is very functional and smooth in this regard.
By Adrien Johnson
Upstate New York and Barbados
March 16, 2016
Very light smooth fast action reels,When used properly the fish don't have a chance. Please make them in 80,wide two speed.
ProsLight weight,solid drag performance,they can handle a lot of salt spray,fantastic good performing good looking reels.
ConsClicker fish alarm is too quiet,can't hear it well when I goes off over engine noise.
Boynton beach, FL
Great trolling reels
January 11, 2016
Great reel to troll with better than a tld but not too expensive.
By leon bellapigna
November 30, 2015
Look great , will be fishing them in the spring of 2016
By Angler Management
THE most bulletproof light tackle saltwater reel ever made
August 30, 2014
we fish these with 25 pound mono for kite fishing sailfish, kingfish, dolphin and more, they cannot be beat, good drag curve, and flawless performance.
Proseverything, great capacity, looks, and weight for a power packed reel
December 20, 2013
I have the Tynos 12, and it's a nice reel. It's pretty heavy, but it definately has some power and a nice drag. It also casts pretty well for a reel of that size, but personally, I mostly use it when its in a rod holder most of the day while trolling niner rigs for stripers.
Consvery loud when reeling
Tyrnos 8 and 12 2 speed
February 14, 2013
i have both the 8 and 12 in 2 speed and they are great reels i use the 8 for striper chunking and the 12 for inshore shark fishing in nj
Prossmooth powerful drag loud clicker price
Consloud even without the clicker
Tyrnos 12II for long range fishing
August 20, 2012
I just returned from my 3rd long range trip using this reel. It has now seen two 7 day traps and one 10 day trip. Mine is spooled with 65lb braid and topped with 40lb mono or flurocarbon (for bait fishing). I use the reel for both yo-yo jigging and bait fishing and I am very satisfied with it. The rell has oversized drags that function very smoothly and plenty of cranking ower. I have boated yellowtail to 40 lbs and tuna to 60+ and have had ZERO complaints. I have officially nick named it the pissy mosquito for it's high speed winding noise. For the price, this reel can't be beat.
ProsPrice Drag strength and smoothness
ConsThat darned buzzing noise when you wind it.
8 Questions & 8 Answers
from Utah asked:
March 11, 2015
would this reel be a recommendation for striped marlin and/or mahi or is there a better choice
The Tyrnos 20II will work for Striped Marlin and Mahi. However, the Talica 16II would be perfect. It has plenty of line capacity, more drag than the Tyrnos, and weighs 12oz less.
on March 12, 2015
from Topeka, Kansas asked:
March 11, 2015
Hi, what would be the recommended fishing rod for the Shimano Tyrnos 20 2 speed?
The "recommended" rod for this reel depends on your application and what you are fishing for. To help us give you a recommendation, can you give us more information about what you are fishing for and how?
on March 12, 2015
from Farmingdale, NY asked:
July 11, 2014
Sorry one more question if you do not mind. This would be my first Lever Drag Reel. Is the drag weight determined by the maximum drag of the reel by 20-30%? Or is it 20-30% of the weight of the line being used? I would tend to think the latter. Just wanted to be sure. Thank you for your time.
The drag used is generally set at 1/3 of the breaking strength of the line within reason and capacities of reel and rod.
on July 12, 2014
from Guatemala asked:
July 10, 2014
what is the recomended rood for TYR30II Thanks !!!
The Shimano Tallus Bluewater model TLC66MHBBR (SHM-2432), would be a great rod to pair with that reel.
on July 11, 2014
from Honolulu, HI asked:
June 20, 2014
How much 70# or 80# line can you fit on the 50II?
You should be able to fit 500 yards of 80#.
on June 23, 2014
from monroe La. asked:
April 4, 2014
looking at your TRYNOS-30 to saltwater fish. Can you put on 300 yards of 50lb mono line. Also do you have a few 3-5 foot pieces of flora carbon? Please let me know how to price with this included.
The Trynos 30 will hold 300+ yds of 50lb mono line. We do not have any pieces of flourocarbon, but if you buy a spool we can attach the leader for you.
on April 5, 2014
from wis/alaska asked:
June 17, 2012
what shimano reel would be best for jigging up halibut.
This reel has plenty of drag and a high gear ratio making it a great reel for Halibut fishing.
on June 21, 2012
from Malaysia asked:
May 6, 2012
Have bought TYRNOS TYR30II. Please advise PowerPro Braided Line Capacity for 100lb I should Pack - in Yds.
You will be able to pack on between 600-650 yards of 100lb Power Pro on the TYR30II.
on May 8, 2012