Daiwa LEXA-HD300XSL-P / TackleDirect TDSSC701MHT Left-Hand Combo

Daiwa LEXA-HD300XSL-P / TackleDirect TDSSC701MHT Inshore Left-Hand Conventional Combo

An extremely versatile combo at an amazing price for those that prefer a left hand retrieve conventional setup.

Reg Price $359.94
Our Price $249.99

Oversize Packaging Required - Long Tube or Box
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Reel SpecificationsRod SpecificationsPrice
Model: LEXA-HD300XSL-P
Retrieve: Left Hand
Inches Per Crank: 37 in.
Gear Ratio: 8.1:1
Braid Capacity: 40/240, 55/180
Max Drag: 22 lbs.
Weight: 10.8 oz.
Model: TDSSC701MHT
Length: 7 ft.
Power: Medium-Heavy
Action: Moderate-Fast
Mono Line Rating: 15-30 lb.
Lure Weight: 3-6 oz.
Reg Price $359.94Our Price $249.99
Oversize Packaging Required

The Daiwa Lexa LEXA-HD300XSL-P / TackleDirect TDSSC701MHT Inshore Conventional Combo is an extremely versatile combo at an amazing price for those that prefer a left hand retrieve conventional setup. Whether you are jigging diamond jigs for striped bass or bluefish, hitting your favorite wreck or reef for doormat fluke and blackfish, or even casting bucktails to a cobia, this hand selected combo will simply get the job done. The LEXA-HD300XSL-P boasts an impressive 8.1:1 gear ratio capable of bringing in 37 inches of line per crank of the handle along with 22 pounds of max drag. The TackleDirect TDSSC701MHT is super light weight, yet boasts plenty of backbone for all of your bottom fishing applications capable of handling fluke, blackfish, black sea bass, and anything else you want to throw at it. Be sure to take advantage of this deal at nearly $110 off the original price before it is gone for good, limited quantity available!

4.5 Stars based on 2 reviews
By Lester C.
Catonsville Md
Striper Swiper
June 25, 2019
Really enjoying this combo for Stripers in the Chesapeake Bay Md. Heading to Montauk NY to give it another workout on Stripahs and Big Blues.
ProsEasy to cast , retrieve and drag is phenomenal for putting the brakes on some big fish .
ConsHave not found a con yet,
By Robert K.
Spring, TX
Jigging Rod
June 18, 2019
Have not used yet.Will use for Black Sea Bass in Northeast.

1 Question & 1 Answer
from long island asked:
June 17, 2019
is the high gear ratio an issue for blackfish?
1 Answer
We do recommend a low gear ratio for torque. May be an issue when trying to pull the fish out of a wreck with a high gear ratio. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on June 18, 2019


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