13 Fishing TX2-7.5-LH Concept TX2 Baitcasting Reel

13 Fishing TX2-7.5-LH Concept TX2 Baitcasting Reel

Price: $300.00
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RetrieveGear RatioLine Retrieve Per CrankMono Capacity
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BearingsMax DragWeightPrice
Left Hand7.5:129.7in12/1251020lb6.13oz$300.00 USD

The second generation of one of the most capable saltwater baitcasters ever produced, the 13 Fishing Concept TX2 Baitcasting Reels are built for those seeking dependable performance in harsh saltwater environments. Equipped with a new zero-corrosion Cast Iron Carbon chassis, the TX2 is lightweight, rigid, and capable of handling whatever you may throw at it.  At the reel's core is the BOSS H.A.M. hardened brass precision cut main gear and all-new Advanced Polymer Drag that when combined, will outmatch any snook or bull red that you may come across. The new and improved Low-Friction 6-way braking system will help you achieve perfect casting whether your pitching baits around docks or making extremely long casts to avoid spooking finicky speckled trout. With the instantly recognizable seafoam colorway back by popular demand, the Concept TX2 is an absolute no-brainer for the inshore baitcaster user.


  • Hi-Tech Cast-Iron Carbon Frame and Side Plate
  • Boss H.A.M. Japanese Hamai Cut Precision Drive Gear
  • 20 lb Advanced Polymer Drag System
  • Alert Drag Clicker
  • 10 Total Bearings (2 CZB Comp Spool Bearings, 7 Black Seal Anti-Corrosion BB, 1 Dead Stop Anti-Reverse)
  • Arrowhead Line Guide
  • Reinforced Clutch Cam
  • KeepR Integrated Hook Keeper
  • Generation II Hard Anodized Worm Shaft
  • CZB Bearing Technology
  • Low-Friction 6-Way Braking System
  • Beetle Wing Rapid Access Side Plate
  • Trick Shop Compatible
1 Question & 1 Answer
john ted
from GLOUCESTER, MA asked:
November 14, 2020

Looking at the Shimano 300 TransX or the 13 TX2 (both left handed).  Fishing 15lb braid; off the rocks, schoolies and small bluefish.  Paired w/St Croix Inshore casting "legend", the white colored rods..

Thank you,


1 Answer
I would definitely recommend he Shimano Tranx over this reel you although with schoolie bass and blues you dont need anything crazy, the Tranx is less expensive and much more durable and well designed for this saltwater fishing application. It would pair very nicely with the Legend Xtreme inshore you have.
Submitted by: Alex T on November 18, 2020


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