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Daiwa STTBB3000LT Saltist Back Bay Spinning Reel

Daiwa STTBB3000LT Saltist Back Bay Spinning Reel

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Model
TD Code
BearingsGear RatioLine Per CrankWeightMono Line Capacity
(lb Test/Yards)
Max DragPrice
STTBB3000LT
DAI-2887
6BB+1RB5.6:133.2in9.9oz8/170, 10/14015.4$199.99 USD
The Daiwa Saltist Back Bay LT Spinning Reel is set to become the new standard for inshore light tackle spinning reels. With its revolutionary HARDBODYZ design, Magsealed main shaft, and DigiGear gearing, the Saltist Back Bay LT provides technical inshore anglers with one of the strongest and lightest reels on the market. Perfect for use with 8-10lb mono and equivalent braided lines for striped bass, weakfish, speckled trout, redfish, and more!

  • Up to 15.4 lbs. of Max Drag
  • DigiGear - Digital Gear Design
  • Lightweight AIR ROTOR
  • LT CONCEPT - light and ridged aluminum construction
  • 7-bearing (6+1) system with instant anti-reverse
  • Stainless steel AIR BAIL technology
  • MAGSEALED construction repels salt and grime
6 Questions & 6 Answers
Kent
from N.Y. asked:
February 28, 2018
Is this made in Japan?
1 Answers
Hello Kent, yes the Daiwa Saltist back bay is made in Japan.
Bernie
on March 1, 2018

Johnny
from captainboatright@aol.com asked:
September 14, 2018
Does it come with CRBB? You would think they would use CRBB for saltwater
1 Answers
Yes, They use Magseal tech and CRBB
Chris
on September 21, 2018

Hhug
from Fargo, ND asked:
April 1, 2018
Pike/Walleye fishing for livebait presentations on a St. Croix 7'6" MLF... would this reel be a decent fit? I I also looked at the Daiwa Fuego/Tatula/Ballistic LT's and I'm having trouble deciding. I want a tank of a reel and the aluminum housing on this has me kind of favoring it as well as the shallow spool (smaller than any of the other LT's I listed). But No place in town has anything but the Ballistic LT to hold. Any input would be most appreciated.
1 Answers
The Saltist Back Bay would be the most durable of those 3 reels, but it is also significantly heavier than both the Ballistic and Tatula. The Saltist and Ballistic feature Daiwa's magseal technology which make them highly water and corrosion resistant, so both of those reels will have a significant edge in terms of durability over the Tatula. Being that your application is in freshwater I'd say the Ballistic LT is the best reel for the job, but if it is truly a "tank" that you are looking for, go with the Saltist.
Devon
on April 7, 2018

JIM
from FL asked:
March 23, 2018
Is the Daiwa STTBB3000LT manual or auto bail design?
1 Answers
The Daiwa STTBB3000LT Saltist Back Bay Spinning Reel has a auto bail system.
Donald
on March 27, 2018

TRYGVE SANDBERG
from Fairfield, CT. asked:
March 22, 2018
Light Surf Casting? LINE CAPACITY WITH 30LB BRAID?
1 Answers
The Daiwa STTBB3000LT Saltist Back Bay Spinning Reel isn't ideal for surf casting because of the reel size and line capacity. This reel can hold 170 yds of 30 lb braid.
Donald
on March 27, 2018

Kevin
from Mystic island, nj asked:
March 15, 2018
What rod would work well with the Diawa saltist back bay, for inshore nj. Can I fluke and striped bass fish with this reel?
1 Answers
A St Croix 7'6'' M would be a great fit for the inshore striped bass and back bay blue fish and flounder fishing.
Donald
on March 17, 2018

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