Shimano TRX301AHG TranX Baitcasting Reel
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|Inches Per Crank||Gear Ratio||Mono/Fluoro Line|
|Max Drag (lb)||Ball Bearings||Weight (oz)||Hand|
- New Coreprotect water resistance feature for dependable use in tough conditions
- HAGANE Body, X-Ship and HEG Gearing for big baits and big fish
- Higher gear ratio, higher drag rating and more line per crank
- Low gear model has a 102 mm double handle with oversized rubber knobs.
- HG model has a 70 mm single handle with a Ci4+ handle knob.
- Never in stock.
- Power Handle
- Power, Smooth Reel in, Compact.
I honestly believe the tranx 300 is better suited for salt than the bigger tranx's because of it's lack of bearings, there is pretty much nothing to corrode.
- not sure, it's just as smooth as my daiwas but they always like to fail.
- They fail fishing exclusively in saltwater.
- None noted at this point.
- Light, strong, oversized dual paddle handle
- Great casting, control, and smoothness.
- Good looking.
- Great for salt water too.
- Plenty of power for fishing heavy cover.
- Great amount of line capacity.
- None that I can think of
- Great handle.
- Comfortable too use for extended periods retrieving large lures.
- Looks great.
- I can?t think of any at this time
- Smooth casting with light baits
- Drag is smooth and didn't fade after many runs
- Gear ratio + Larger Handle = quick retrieve but power when you need it
- Sealed for Saltwater use
- Good Price Value
- They are often out of stock - very popular reel for good reasons
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