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Shimano SRG6000SW Saragosa SW Spinning Reel

Shimano SRG6000SW Saragosa SW Spinning Reel

Price: $269.99
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The Shimano Saragosa SW Spinning reels are saltwater reels made to be durable with new "Cam" oscillation system. These reels are water resistant and provide a comfortable drag. These reels are dedicated to the Blue Water angler, and are perfect to tackle the toughest species and conditions with elegance and power. These reels offer up to 44 pounds of drag to stop even the meanest offshore fish.

  • X-Ship: For efficient gear engagement, extended gear longevity, and increased castability
  • X-Tough Drag: Cross carbon, waterproof, twin drag all models
  • Water resistant with X-Shield and X-Protect, with body gasket seal, anti-rev bearing cover
  • Paladin Gear durability enhancement and Propulsion line management system
  • S A-RB Shielded ball bearings and graphite Rotor
  • Aluminum frame, cold forged aluminum spool, and machined aluminum handle shank
  • Super Stopper II Anti-Reverse and power roller III line roller
  • Direct drive mechanism, and dyna balance
  • Fluidrive II
  • Waterproof drag
  • Dartainium II drag washers
  • Ergonomic handle grips
  • Septon handle grips
  • Approved for saltwater use
5 Stars based on 70 reviews
By Jonas Nyqvist
November 10, 2017
Saragosa 10.000 drag pressure problems
Have used the Saragosa 10.000 now for a season on our charter boats in Kula Rompin for Sailfish ( In the beginning the reel performed perfectly, but after about 100 Sailfish fights the drag pressure decreased a lot during fast runs from Sails. Otherwise no problems and a very smooth reel
ProsSmooth, great looking reel, handle is great
ConsDrag pressure decreases a lot during long and fast runs from Sailfish
By Matt
Pompano Beach, FL
October 10, 2017
Great reel
I use this reel for one of my jigging setups. It has a very smooth action and feels great. I will be buying more of these reels.
By Gregory
September 14, 2017
This is the best saltwater reel I've used in a long time. I have 4 of the 6000's and 2 20000's paired onto Shimano Terez rods for the boat and let me tell boat set up in the world. Smooth as butter and can handle anything. Indestructible and just all around great product!
Prosweight, strength, durability, ease of use, finish
By Phil C
Brooklyn, New York
September 3, 2017
Saragosa SRG6000SW Fabulous Reel
I have this reel paired up with my Tsunami TSAWEBC-701MHJ Airwaves Elite Braid Casting Rod. Awesome match up. I use this combo for both inshore and offshore fishing, primarily for strippers and cocktail blues. It performs very well, it's sealed, light weight, extremely smooth drag, I've had no issues with this reel since I got it. I'm sure that I can probably use this reel with one of surf fishing rod and it will still handle extremely well. Can't say I surprised at all! I have two other Shimano reels Shimano's ULCI45500XSB Ultegra CI4 Plus XSB Surf Spinning Reel. I'd highly recommend any of the Saragosa spinning reels.
ProsLight weight, handles extremely well, sealed, smooth drag
ConsNone, I can fish this reel all day!
By William
Delran, NJ
July 31, 2017
I have this reel paired with a St. Croix VIS80HF Avid Inshore and love the combo. It is super lightweight combo that can catch big fish, but its light enough for me to throw lures all day. I have been historically a Penn guy so I was not used to the manual bail, but after using it a few times and not getting broke off from the bail slamming shut I fell in love. Super smooth drag.
ProsSuper smooth drag light weight Manual bail
By An Ren
Seattle, WA
July 14, 2017
Great reel
Like all Shimano reels, this reel is compatible with a 10,000 size spool which eats a ton of line, when spooled up with 40lbs slick 8 power pro, its more than enough to get long casts and adequate line capacity when fishing for smaller tunas, without having to worry about getting emptied. Super stiff body and super smooth. great backup to a Stella or Twin Power.
Prosinterchangable with a 10,000 size spool, solid and stiff body
Consquite heavy!
By Harry
Nottingham, PA
May 15, 2017
Great Reel, Great Cost, Grest Service
Got the reel in two days with free shipping! Got the reel for striper fishing. Work great with my St. Croix AVID MH Inshore rod.
Jacksonville FL
April 16, 2017
Shimano Excellence
Great offshore reel. Sealed, smooth gears, Matched with Trevala TVS=58XXH jig rod. Great combination. Performed exceptionally well with red snapper, cobia and amber jacks. You will not regret having this in your setup.
ProsSmooth, solid
ConsManual bail
By mark
OuterBanks Nc
February 12, 2017
Shimano SRG8000SW
Very smooth feeling reel will be used for YFTs.
By Doug Klim
Cape Cod, MA
January 24, 2017
Great reel for Striper
Been using the Saragosa SW5000 for 3 years now and it's never failed. Great response and perfect for Striped Bass.
ProsLight Weight Reliable
January 5, 2017
Great reel for the price!
I have a 6000 paired up with a 10' rod for the surf that I have been using for the past 4 seasons. This reel has been dunked numerous times while deep wading and still shows no water intrusion. The line lay is perfect, drag is smooth and I have had no issues controlling stripers up to 45lbs with it. I fish a lot of boulder fields where getting control of big fish quickly is crucial and the Saragosa 6000 has no problems putting the brakes on them. I highly recommend this reel!
By Leon prince
High point nc
November 10, 2016
Power house
I shark fish on the regular . It winches in a big black tip with no effort . Love it ! I fished it summer and fall before my review
ProsBang for buck
By Leon prince
High point NC
November 10, 2016
Badass reel
Don't under estimate the reel for the price . Zero disappointments . It will do anything the rod you match it with is capable of doing . I've used it summer and fall before making my review
ProsIt's a shimano
By Brian
July 30, 2016
Great offshore reel
I have the Saragosa in the 6000 and 8000. They are great for pitching at dolphin and cobia and also are a superb reel for jigging up snapper and grouper. Smooth drag and solid construction make this reel feel like it will last a long time. I couldn't be happier.
ProsSmooth Drag, lightweight, solid
By Ara
Cairo, Egypt
July 17, 2016
Great reel
I have used the 25000 and the 10000 both great reels, it seems it was a mistake from Shimano making such a strong reel with this price.
By Jason
Centereach, Ny
July 7, 2016
Best reel I've ever owned
Smoothest most durable reel I've ever owned for harsh saltwater conditions.
ProsSmooth durable great drag
By Chris
venice, FL
June 6, 2016
Great Reel
This reel has awesome line capacity. Loaded with braid and havent found much that will over power it. Great feel, smooth drag reacts like a reel costing much more.
Prosline capacity,smooth drag,great value for the money
By Michael
Butte, Montana
May 18, 2016
Great reel at good price point
I am out here in Montana and I wanted some heavy duty gear to go paddlefishing. Tackle direct recommended this one and it couldn't have performed better. I was fishing in the Missouri River. Our group caught 7 fish with this reel, biggest 90 lbs. The drag was great and could stop any fish we hooked. The retrieval rate was also excellent and really helped cover water fast.
ProsRetrieval rate, smooth drag
By Charles
Haw River, NC
February 11, 2016
Power with a lock down drag!!
Used this reel late summer and early fall to catch big bull reds. It has enough drag to stop a big bull red before he even gets started making his run. It has the power to turn his head and winch him to the boat.
ProsStrong and powerful
ConsA bit heavy
By Agustin
January 13, 2016
Shimano 10000
Small and strong reel i got the 20000 for tuna fishing but it was over kill for redsnaper and jacks i got lot more fun pulling red snaper and jacks with this combined with my shimano tipej rod it is perfect
ProsVery good price for salt water sealed reel
ConsIts scratches very easy just like my shimano talica
By Don
East Lyme, CT
December 25, 2015
Excellent reel
A good heavier reel for the salt...great for those hefty bluefish and bigger this reel.
By Jimmy
Massapequa Park, New York
November 7, 2015
Great reel
This has been my go to reel this season and it been very good to me. I have taken a good number of keeper sized Stripers including one to 48" and it has performed great. It is very similar to the Spheros I have and the only differences I can tell from using is the Saragosa is a little smoother and faster.
ProsDrag Line mgt Durability (have gotten it wet quite a few times w/o issue)
ConsA little lighter would be nice
By Nouman
Cary, NC
October 13, 2015
powerfull and smooth
It feels solid, casts excellent, has great drag. Versatile reel, Strong smooth drag. I have used it for jigging, trolling, live bait, and bottom fishing. With all the species I have gone after with this reel a solid performing reel is important. Handles Gags, sails, Dolphin and Kings well.
Pros- Very Strong - Very smooth drag - Can handle any species. - perfectly sealed
Cons- price can be a but high for average angler.
By Abdulrahman
Isa Town, Central Governorate
August 30, 2015
Best Reel Owned
I started fishing using China reels back then and then shifted to Okuma then Penn and now im using Shimano which is the best and with no chance of comparison This reel is tough and smooth> Plus it is water resistant.
ProsSmooth Tough Quality Light Weight
By vincent
Hattiesburg, MS
August 20, 2015
awesome for the price!!
I have recently switched 90% of my reels to all saragosa sw with the exception of a stradic fj and a saragosa 4000f. the reels are smooth, durable, pretty lightweight and can take a beating. I've got the 5000, and a couple of 6000. will be adding a 10k and 20k for heavy jigging soon.
Prosgreat value smooth durable
By Db
new york, NY
August 14, 2015
Prett y cool reel it has manual bail. well balanced reel for the price
By Db
new york, NY
August 12, 2015
good reel
Nice reel for the money it is manual bail which I loved it.. very reliable. Not as smooth as my bait runner
By Patrick
, Paducah Kentucky
August 6, 2015
Fantastic Real
Best reel i have owned in a long time. Own 4 currently, looking to double that!
By Kyle
Nantucket, Massachusetts
July 25, 2015
Great reel
Very smooth casting and retrieving. Holds a ton of line. I got 500 yds of 65 lb powerpro on no problem
By Pete
Cabo San Lucas
July 19, 2015
Great Reel
I landed a 150lb Stripper Marlin today. Reel was flawless.
By Nick
apollo Beach, FL
July 2, 2015
I have bought a bunch of spinning reels in the 150 dollar range and I have to replace them every year. I bought this reel and it is built to last. Super smooth, Super tight tolerances. Love it.
ProsGood line Retrieve Rate
ConsDrag could be a little stronger.
By Steve
South Korea
June 25, 2015
Outstanding Reel
This reel as previously mentioned lives up to the Shimano aspect in every sense; well under a 1000 and even under 500 - The drag system takes a beating and keeps on giving. The rigidness of construction gives you the confidence to put all the power needed to bring in the most demanding species without flex in handle or frame. With every little attention to detail; maintenance is simple - sealed construction means less time spent lubricating and internal cleaning due to ambient conditions and saltwater. Using high strength, small diameter Japanese line, I do wish the line capacity was a little bit more. Those feisty yellow fin in the 100lb class will pull a lot of line on the initial run. Have had my reel stripped to 7/8 on several occasions
Prosconstruction, drag, looks, performance
Consline capacity
By Jesse Peeler
Sierpe, Costa Rica
June 13, 2015
Quality product
I have used this reel and the SRG5000 for over a yearl and both have held up well. The drag system is the best I have ever used and I have had no problems. Be aware the bail is manual, Shimano doesn't tell you that in any literature but if that's no concern, this is a reel you should consider.
By Sheldon
Baker, Florida
May 29, 2015
outstanding reel
I use 100lbs test line on this reel it works great . I have been catching yellow fin tuna between 80 to 160lbs . off a drillship in the Gulf Mexico
By Eugenia
Pozzuoli, Italy
May 18, 2015
Great reel
Powerful reel it is abused and is like the day I bought it. Very smooth and I have not had any issues.
By cristian
Lake worth, FL
May 3, 2015
great reel
this reel is one of my favorite spinning reels has tons of drag and great quality besides no line capacity
By daniel
san diego, CA
April 27, 2015
By Cristian
Lake worth florida
April 22, 2015
Great line cap
Very fast and strong reel I think everyone should have one in their garage
By Robert
Largo, FL
April 10, 2015
Great Reel
This reel is great and is considerably more than I anticipated. With the statistics at its side, it has a lot of high end value for a reel being under 1000 dollars much less being under 500 dollars. You get a high amount of drag with an extremely high amount of line capacity for a spinning reel.
ProsGreat reel for the price. It's made of true quality materials and you can tell you are using a high end reel when fishing with it.
ConsBulky, can get heavy if you intend to cast with it a lot.
March 23, 2015
Gets the job done
This reel gets the job done. Lightweight and silky smoothe on cast and retrieve. Enough drag power to fight just about any fish.
ProsLightweight Ample Drag Smoothe Sexy
ConsNot a Stella
By Db
new york, NY
March 4, 2015
very cool
Awesome quality. . Smooth drag just like shimano smooth.. this is great surf reel under$ 300
ProsGreat price
By Michael
January 28, 2015
Awesome for under 300
One of the best vertical jigging reels for the price.Awesome max drag
By David
Rishon Le Zion, Israel
January 23, 2015
Best spinning reel for this price
Best spinning reel for this price
Prosvalue for price
By Michael
Ottawa, Ontario
January 17, 2015
big reel
Just got mine in, and it feels like a solid reel! the 20k sure is a big reel though! It will be great when targeting serious BIG fish, but for anything else, I would probably recommend the 10k. I will get the 10k after this, and than I'm set ") Would feel confident targeting big tuna, marlin or big GT with this. Might be a bit heavy for all day popper fishing.
Prossolid reel strong drag water sealed
Consbit heavy, but it's, if you want something lighter...go with a 10k
By Jesse Peeler
Costa Rica
January 17, 2015
Bad bail
I opened the box, took out the reel, opened the bail, turned the handle and the bail would not close automatically. As an owner of a charter fishing business for over 20 years, I have probably purchased over a hundred new reels and this is the first time one didn't work when it came out of the box. Not very impressive. However, if I'm willing to prepay shipping and pay Shimano $25, their warranty will take care of repairs. Seems to me like a $270 reel ought to work when new.
Merchant Response:The reel works fine. They are manual bails, they aren't supposed to flip over automatically.
By Tony
January 10, 2015
Saragosa 20000
Nice reel nice price. Casts far I am using this reel for cut bait dunking. Smooth feeling very dependable reel. Little heavy for my taste.
ConsVery heavy and don't care for cam oscillation system. Prefer the aero wrap
By Michael
January 4, 2015
Beautiful Solid Reel
Bought this Saragosa 6000sw last year and just want to say I've caught stripers, blues, tog, and one each of an albie and bonito, all from shore. The reel is awesome, casts beautifully and long, I use 30 lb braid, and there is no wobble at all in this reel.
By Blaine
Wilton Manors, FL
December 31, 2014
sick reel
Sickest reel. My friends have FJ's and are totally jealous of this beast.
By brian
Boston, MA
November 19, 2014
A hefty reel that is extra smooth with a sturdy drag. Filled with 300yds of Suffix 382 braid. The drag adjustment is fine and when you crank down the pull is even without any catching. Looking forward to landing something sizeable with this reel.
By Andy Sharp
St. Augustine, FL
September 28, 2014
Excellent Performer
I have been a long time Shimano reel user and TackleDirect customer. This reel is a top performer, just like all of my other Shimano reels.And TackleDirect is a top performer when it comes to buying fishing gear. All of my purchases have been easy, on time and I have always gotten the quality I expect. Shimano and TackleDirect make great partners.
By Loren
Long Beach, CA
September 17, 2014
Shimano Saragosa 5000SW
I'm very happy with this reel. I like to use it for fishing plastics or even jerk baits in the ocean. This reel also works great for throwing spoon lures in the ocean. I put 300 yards a 30 pound braid with a 25 pound fluorocarbon leader. Not a big fan of coffee grinders but they are useful in some applications especially spoons.
By Christian
Orlando, FL
August 21, 2014
Power Houses!
These new Saragosas are nothing but total power houses! They are built like tanks, excellent drag and sealed. They look great and perform just the same. I own a 25000 size and a 6000 size and will be buying more for my saltwater setups.
ProsQuality, smooth drag, plenty of power. They are also sexy reels!
By Bob
Tampa Bay
July 6, 2014
Saragosa 1000 for Tarpon
I have used the Saragosa 1000 on Tarpon this season. It has preformed smoothly and has held up for the entire season. I use 50# braid with the drag screwed pretty tight. I previously used the previous model which worked fine but the new model seems more comfortable and a bit lighter. I also believe the drag is smoother. Tarpon in this area run mostly 80# to 110 #.
ProsLight, good quality, double drag.
By Ray
Brookline, NH
June 18, 2014
great reel for the money
Reel is heavier and bulkier than the 1800 but the drag is smooth and I am looking forward to the first BFT on it this season
By Dan
Kingston, MA
May 21, 2014
So far so good 10000SW
I have been very impressed with this reel so far this season at the CC Canal, casts far, good drag, and very smooth
By Gregory
Demarest, NJ
April 25, 2014
Great Reel
This reel is great for offshore standup fishing. I would recommend it to a lot of people.
By Brian
Fayetteville, NC
April 12, 2014
What a quality reel should be!
This is my first large-size spinning reel. I have a couple of the smaller Shimano Ci4+'s on trout rods for light inshore setups, and I love how they perform. I'm tired of less-expensive reels failing on me. I will be putting this reel to use hopefully on some tarpon, king mackerel, and whatever else wants to participate!
By aaron
Virginia Bch, VA
April 2, 2014
shes a looker.
looks even better out on the pier. I bought this for my 9 year olds pier setup. easy to use and handles fish well. I've always been a shimano fan. I have an older 8000 saragosa that's been outstanding for my 10" surf rod reel. I almost want to change it out to the new SW but there's no point. saragosa's are a great reel. the only word of caution I have is that the bail is manual. I prefer it that way.
By Yan
New York
March 23, 2014
Nothing even close in this price range.
signature shimano smooth. Powerful gears. Perfect line lay translate to longer casting and less line trouble. Sealed drag and body so it's highly water resistant if not totally water proof. Shimano really hit it out of the park with this one. 5000 & 6000 size is 16 oz, not 20 plus oz.
ProsSmooth and powerful gear. Perfect line lay. Sealed drag and body.
By Phillip
March 22, 2014
Great reel
A very reliable reel at a great price. I use it for jigging and am very satisfied. Bravo Shimano!
ProsLooks great, price, casting, solid frame, waterproof, reliable.
ConsDrag. It could be better.
By Yan
Brooklyn, NY
March 21, 2014
Nothing even closed at this price level.
Signature Shimano smooth. Perfect line lay. Sealed body and Drag so it's highly water resistant, what more can you ask for a $250 reel. 5000 & 6000 size are about 16oz , not 20+ oz.
ProsSmooth, Powerful, Perfect line lay. Sealed body, Sealed drag. Light Weight.
ConsDrag knob tighten up by itself once you lowered the drag to certain minimum level. But that's no issue since this is not a freshwater finesse reel.
By harry creamer
collingswood nj
March 7, 2014
love to try the srg6000sw
shimano is a great reel ,I have a 8000oc and love it
By Chris
New Matamoras, OH
March 5, 2014
Just amazing
For the money the best reel out there I have had a chance to use.
ProsPower house
ConsMax drag should be near 50
By Chris
Long Island, NY
February 1, 2014
Shimano Saragosa SW
Only been able to put this reel through 1 month of heavy abuse so far but this reel has caught more big striped bass than I can count without the slightest flaw. Strong drag, big comfortable handle and almost entirely sealed so I'm sure it will hold up to the saltwater better than any other Shimano reel I've previously owned.
ProsSealed Big comfortable handle
By louati
January 12, 2014
Awesome Reel Design And So Strong To Fish GT And Tuna
Awesome Reel Design And So Strong To Fish GT And Tuna
By Brendan M.
January 8, 2014
Thank you Shimano!
Finally! A waterproof reel that can be used in the surf and has alot of the bells and whistles that the higher priced models boast and won't break the bank. Shimano really thought this one out. I tested out it's claim to be waterproof by submerging the reel in a 5 gallon bucket of water overnight and when I took it apart the next morning to check for water intrusion, the internals were completely dry! It really is waterproof. I would not recommend going swimming in the surf with this bad boy for extended periods but dunking it here and there shouldn't be a problem. That's what Van Stalls and Zeebass are for anyway. The line lay on this reel is perfect as well. I spooled my 6000 up with 30lb Suffix and was able to get 275 yds on it without overfilling. That is more than enough line for surf fishing here in the northeast. The reel is light for it's size, weighing only 16.4 ounces and it matches up beautifully with surf rods ranging from 9' to 10'6''. Casts well too! I don't think there is any other reel on the market right now that can match the Saragosa SW's features and at this price point.
By Kody
St. Petersburg, FL
January 7, 2014
Worth the coin
Matched this with a shimano waxwing 8' heavy, and have to say I absolutely love it. Smooth with incredible drag strength. frame is solid and with the entire reel sealed I don't have to worry about saltwater spray. I completely overpowered 40-50 lb black drum with this combo. Can't wait to try it on Tarpon in the Spring in Tampa Bay. I have a Diawa Saltist, and Penn Spinfisher V as well and have to say this is now my go to reel for big inshore species and pelagics offshore.
By Craig
Hobe sound, FL
December 8, 2013
Real step up from Saragosa F
All the latest from shimano in this new version. Looks and feels great. Has most of the same specs line, drag, .... as "f" model. It does weigh more, but has a stronger, beefier, more balanced feel. Have not fished yet, can't weight.
ProsAll the best/latest from shimano in a new package Great "new" looks
ConsPrice increase from f model, (but you have to pay for all the added features) Weight increase over f model
By Sam
December 7, 2013
Fish slaying murder weapon
Love the improvements of the new gosa! Hated the old ones but this seems like a quality reel for a bargain.
By Kevin Jones
Ewing Nj
November 1, 2013
new 2013 Saragosa SW
Great reel out of the box and onto the boat. Lightweight, manual bail, and great looks makes this one for the books for Shimano I plan on purchasing the 8000sw for work fishing Jersey Bass, the water resistant feature is idea for the surf. Big features that has the Stella at number one has been incorporated into the SW..
ProsEverything! Price is on the mark.
10 Questions & 10 Answers
Marcio Martins
from Canada asked:
July 26, 2017
What is the best fit for the Saragosa SW6000 with 30# braid, between a Avid Series Inshore Medium-Heavy (VIS70MHF) or Heavy (VIS70HF)? To be used for Tarpon/Snook fishing at Inlets.
1 Answers
I would personally lean towards the heavy. You'll need some backbone in that rod to help with the Snook and Tarpon.
on July 26, 2017

mostafa sultan
from nc asked:
November 9, 2016
Shimano's web page has the 6000 listed 19oz your web page says 16oz? which jigging rods does it fit best? thank you
1 Answers
The wight of this reel is 19 oz and the Shimano Trevala Butterfly Jigging Casting Rods would pair well with the Shimano Saragosa 6000.
on November 10, 2016

shifei chen
from Georgia asked:
October 12, 2016
1 Answers
The 6000 and 8000 sizes are different in body styles. The 8000 is 5 1/2 ounces heavier. I would use the 8000 especially if your fishing from a pier. You will have more line capacity and this reel can take more weight lifting the fish from the pier.
on October 13, 2016

from wilmington, NC asked:
August 17, 2016
i have a st. croix 10'6" mojo surf rod rated 3/4 to 4 oz. was wondering if the saragosa would be a good match and if so which model would fit best..
1 Answers
Vinny, Hello that is an awesome rod. I would suggest going with the 5000-6000 size reel.
on August 17, 2016

jinu o s
from ernakulam,india asked:
July 28, 2015
i am using sargossa 6000 reel with shimano vengeance ax spinning reel of 10 feet .is it a good rod for sargossa?
1 Answers
The reel would work fine on that rod.
on July 28, 2015

jinu o s
from india,kerala asked:
July 21, 2015
which is the most suitable 10 feet rod of shimano for shimano sargosa 6000 reel?
1 Answers
The Shimano Tiralejo Surf Spinning Rods would work well for that application.
on July 21, 2015

from Cape San Blas, FL asked:
March 17, 2015
I've narrowed down to the Saragosa 6000 SW for all around, bottom fishing, jigging, free line, and trolling artificial reefs off Mexico Beach, Florida Gulf of Mexico,30 - 60 feet of water. I need recommendations on a rod. Looking at Shimano Tallus spinning rod. Need input on 6'9" or 7'2" and is medium ok, rated 20-50 lb. braid, rather than a medium heavy rated 40- 80 braid. I think I will put 50 Lb. braid on the reel. Please give input before I purchase site unseen a 7'2" medium with 6000 Saragosa. Thank you
1 Answers
The 6000 Saragosa paired with the 7'2" Tallus medium will be the best reel and rod combo for your applications. It will also perfect to handle the 50 lbs braid you plan on fishing with.
on March 18, 2015

from malta asked:
January 18, 2015
How many yds of Power Pro Super Slick 20lbs?
1 Answers
About 250-275 yards.
Customer Service
on January 20, 2015

from north, NJ asked:
November 13, 2014
What is the difference between SRG5000 and SRG6000? From what I can see from the specs is the Size. Are the spools interchangeable between the two models?
1 Answers
Line capacity and retrieve rate are the 2 differences basically. The spools are NOT interchangeable.
Customer Service
on November 13, 2014

from oroville ca. asked:
October 21, 2014
I will not purchase a reel made in china ! where are these reels made ?
1 Answers
This reel is produced in Malaysia.
Customer Service
on October 21, 2014

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