Daiwa Saltist MQ Spinning Reels
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Poised to dominate in any variety of saltwater environments, the Daiwa Saltist MQ Spinning Reels utilize some of Daiwa's most advanced design features to provide ultimately dependable power and performance. Built around a heavy duty aluminum frame for maximum durability, the Saltist MQ implements Daiwa's Monocoque Body (MQ) design for even more power in a more compact frame. A feature brought down from Daiwa's flagship level of spinning reels, Monocoque Body refers to the use of a one-piece frame and reel body. A single piece body allows for exceptional strength and rigidity, improved water resistance with the absence of screws, and significant weight reduction. Perhaps best of all, the MQ frame design provides better spatial efficiency and allows for a larger gear to fit inside of the reel, adding power and longevity to the gear set. Anglers can expect the same effortless rotation and fluid operation they are used to from Daiwa reels, in part thanks to the ultra-lightweight Zaion Air Rotor perfect for all day casting and retrieving. With a Magsealed main shaft for exceptional durability, the Saltist MQ can take a splash without skipping a beat, making it a great option for use from either the beach or the boat. The Saltist MQ is available in a full range of sizes to fit any application, meaning anglers can select the ideal reel to battle any fish whether its from the surf, along the coast, or out in the deep.
- Monocoque (MQ) Aluminum Body
- Zaion Air Rotor
- Air Bail
- Magsealed Main Shaft
- Tough DigiGear
- Waterproof Advanced Tournament Drag (ATD)
- Aluminum Round Handle Knob
- Strong drag. Light , silky smoothe
- Cheap plastic feel on monoque body and rotor although it?s special composite .
TackleDirect does ship Daiwa product currently to India.¬† Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
The Daiwa Saltist MQ can be used for fast jigging.¬† Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist with.¬†
I plan to buy a Shimano Jigging Rod PX Model M 6'6 and MH 6'6 in length.
The Daiwa Saltist MQ 6000 spinning reel will pair nicely with the Shimano Trevala PX spinning rod in either M or MH.¬† Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
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The main differences that the Daiwa Saltist MQ has over the Daiwa BG MQ:
Mag-sealed main shaft
Zaion Air rotor
Aluminum Round Handle
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The Daiwa Saltist MQ can be made right or left handed by switching the handle to the other side of the reel.¬† Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
The Daiwa Saltist MQ drag system is¬†Carbon, the Advanced Tournament Drag (ATD) system. The washers are all located¬†above¬†the spool to allow best heat dissipation, not allowing it to be trapped underneath the spool.¬† Please let us know if¬†there is anything else we can assist you with.
The Daiwa Saltist MQ 6000 spinning reel weighs 15,2oz and has a line retrieval of 39,9in per turn of the handle.¬† ¬†Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
The Daiwa Saltist MQ 4000D-XH will pair nicely with the St.Croix Avid Inshore rod VIS76MF for trout, redfish, and flounder.¬† Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
The Daiwa Saltist MQ 10000 would be the first choice for the types of fishing you are doing, as it has more line capacity and only weighs .5oz more.¬† As for he rod, the Daiwa Proteus spinning rod PTB70MFS will pair well.¬† Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.¬†
The Daiwa Salist MQ 6000 reel would be the one to pair with your Saltiga 70HS jigging rod.¬† You might even want to go up to the 8000 depending on the size of the fish you are jigging.¬† Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
The Tsunami Carbon Shield II 7ft medium rod would pair nicely with Daiwa Saltist MQ 4000 reel and the 7'6" medium rod with 6000 reel.¬† I would choose the 6000 over the 5000 because you get more line capacity for a slighter lighter reel.¬† Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.¬†¬†
Daiwa Saltist MQ spinning reels are made in China.¬† Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
For the 10ft surf rod, it would be paired nicely with the Daiwa Saltist MQ 6000, you get a bit more line capacity than the 5000 and weighs slightly less.¬† Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
Daiwa does not state anywhere that the line roller bearing is mag-sealed.¬† Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
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