Shimano SN2500FE Sienna FE Spinning Reel

Shimano SN2500FE Sienna FE Spinning Reel

Price: $29.99
TD Code
Line Retrieve Per Crank (in)Gear RatioMono Line
PowerPro Line Capacity
Max Drag
Ball BearingsWeight (oz)Price
91+19.2oz$29.99 USD
The Shimano SN2500FE Sienna FE Spinning Reel is made with m-compact body. The oscillation gear in this reel is closer to the rod. This increases the balanced feel. This reel has Propulsion Line Management system incorporated into it for longer casts and reduced backlash. This reel features Super Stopper II for instant anti-reverse with no backplay. The perfect reel for freshwater, and even inshore fishing.

  • AR-C Spool
  • Dyna-balance
  • Front drag
  • M-Compact body
4.5 Stars based on 7 reviews
By John
Great reel
May 4, 2021
I like the versatility of this reel and it’s so smooth!
By clayton
nice reel
January 13, 2020
i use this reel for crappie and bluegill and ice fishing. it is so easy to use and is great quality for the price.
By Jessie
Nice cheap little reels by a good name brand
April 19, 2019
perfect for catching some snapper blues or snagging some peanut bunker for bait.
By Sean
Buffalo, NY
Great reel for the price
April 29, 2018
My go to ice fishing reel! Handles the cold water perfect
By Jjohn
Sienna 4000
April 11, 2018
Great reel for the money.
By Tessa
Great reel
April 7, 2018
Very good reel. Haven’t had any issues and it is so smooth. Use this on my guest rod.
By Juan
Miami, FL
February 6, 2017
Second one of these I bought primarily for guests on my boat or with my backup combo. Good price point and has not disappointed in performance.
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Connecticut asked:
October 5, 2019

Will this reel be good for tautog spooled with145 yards of 15LB powerpro braid? Also is 9lbs of drag enough for tautog?

1 Answer
If you are staying mostly inshore then this will work fine but if you are exceeding more than 30ft depths i would recommend a stronger and bigger reel. Light tackle pairing is a great set up to have and so much fun with tog! I would just recommend a secondary rod and reel for bigger fish and deeper water.
Submitted by: Alyssa Madosky on October 5, 2019


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