Shimano SpeedMaster II Lever Drag Reels

Shimano SpeedMaster II Lever Drag Reels

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Model
TD Code
RetrieveGear RatioLine Retrieve Per CrankMono Line Capacity Braided Line CapacityBearingsMax DragWeightPrice
SPM12II
SHM-3806
Right Hand5.7:1/3.1:142in/23in20lb/350yds
25lb/280yds
30lb/230yds
50lb/580yds
65lb/400yds
80lb/355yds
440lb25.7oz$249.99 USD
SPM16II
SHM-3807
Right Hand5.7:1/3.1:142in/23in20lb/440yds
25lb/350yds
30lb/300yds
50lb/750yds
65lb/550yds
80lb/450yds
440lb26.5oz$259.99 USD
Built to provide high end performance and dependability in a compact lightweight frame, the Shimano SpeedMaster II Lever Drag Reel is an absolute fish fighting machine. These two-speed lever drag reels feature the same sleek and functional design coupled with unrelenting power that blue water anglers have come to expect from Shimano conventional reels, but now at a price that everyone can appreciate. The rigid Hagane Body prevents the misalignment of moving parts under the heaviest of loads, giving the SpeedMaster II the strength to handle anything from tough pelagic species, to bottom dwelling heavy weights. Whether you are trolling, chunking, live-lining or jigging, the SpeedMaster II has the wide adjustable drag and high torque power you can rely on to come out on top. Included is a spare drag lever for adjusting the drag curve for optimal use with monofilament lines, giving the SpeedMaster II a less aggressive drag curve that is ideal ideal for targeting sailfish and white marlin.
4 Stars based on 1 reviews
By Jon
Demopolis, Alabama
Nice reel
October 24, 2019
Everything seems to be good quality with the exception of the strap/clamp that is a secondary hold down on the reel seat.
5 Questions & 5 Answers
Ben
from New hamburger asked:
November 3, 2019
Would this reel be too big on a northeast teramar 6ft6in heavy rod for tautog
1 Answer
The speedmaster would be to much of a reel for tog. You may be better off going with the Torium star drag 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on November 4, 2019

Gabriel Cruz
from Pomona, Ca. asked:
October 1, 2019
Hi I fish tuna up to 100 pounds give or take we feel size will be best for me , the 12 or 16 speedmaster ?


1 Answer
Hello Gabriel, the 16 is going to give you a little more line capacity. That's the only reel difference is the line capacity. 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 3, 2019

Mario Sison
from San Diego, CA asked:
July 10, 2019
Do they come with left hand
1 Answer
Unfortunately, it does not. 
Submitted by: Ethan on July 13, 2019

Jay
from fort lauderdale asked:
July 10, 2019
How many yards of 20lb mono does it hold?
1 Answer
20lb/350yds for the 12 size 

20lb/440yds for the 16 size 

Submitted by: Ethan on August 10, 2019

Rj Adams
from Orlando, Florida asked:
July 15, 2019
What would be a good rod to pair with this beast for some light trolling & bottom fishing. 
1 Answer
Tackle Direct Silver Hook 20-40.


TDSSUT661MHSB
TDA-0266

Submitted by: CHARLES on July 16, 2019

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