Daiwa DSH25-2B/F662M D-Shock Spinning Combo

Daiwa DSH25-2B/F662M D-Shock Spinning Combo

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Model
TD Code
DescriptionPiecesLengthLine Capacity
(lb. test/Yards)
Price
DSH25-2B/F662M
DAI-2273
D-Shock Spinning Combo26'66/210, 8/170, 10/140$24.99 USD
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The D-Shock DSH25-2B/F662M from Daiwa is a 6'6'' Spinning Rod and Reel Combo.

DSH25-2B/F662M D-Shock 6'6'' Spinning Combo Features:

  • Reel and Fiberglass Rod
  • Line Capacity
    • 6/210, 8/170, 10/140
  • Length: 6'6''
  • Pieces: 2


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4.5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Dan_Doubleyou
Philadelphia, PA
Heckuva lot of fun for hardly any money
September 20, 2017
Bought this to dip my toe into fishing and found I love it, both fishing and this combo. This combo cost less than the rod or reel alone I bought next and it complains a lot less than the newer reel. I catch all kinds of fish with this guy. I've had him to Chincoteague and caught some croaker on the pier and more than a few bass back here in PA. It is a long, slow action rod and the reel isn't going to win awards for quietest reel but it gets the job done. Bail snaps shut, drag is smooth and easily adjusted. Simple and effective. It is not heavy, the rod breaks down into two pieces for easy transport and doesn't complain as my wife and I cut our fishing teeth on it. I learned more about fishing working with this combo than I paid for it, that's for sure. Load it with 6# or 8# mono and have yourself a ball. Bluegill, walleye, Large Mouth, Flounder, Croaker, any fish under 10 pounds. And if it should break, I will be sad but not because I feel like I just set $150 on fire like other gear failures, but because it will be the passing of our first combo that gave us so much for so little.
Pros*cheap *effective *subtle color choices *tough
Cons*won't get your gearhound buddies drooling
By Randall K.
San Francisco, California
Great product
September 3, 2017
it's like the little engine that could. Strong ang sensitive for freshwater and inshore saltwater.
By Brian B.
lake worth, florida
good rod
January 27, 2015
ideal for salt water but I caught many peacock bass on this. its a pretty cheap combo though.
Prosgood for the money
1 Question & 1 Answer
Asuran
from Singapore asked:
March 6, 2018
Can I load a 20-25 lb line on it and how many meters?
1 Answers
If you were to use braided line than yes you could use 20 lb - 30 lb braid. I would not recommend using more than 12 lb mono on this reel. You could fit approx 210 yds of 20 lb braid and 170 yds of 30 lb braid.
Donald
on March 7, 2018

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