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There's a good reason that most people opt for a spinning reel rather than a baitcaster or an overhead. They are just so versatile! We don't stock any poor quality reels on this site so you can be sure that whichever one you choose is not going to let you down. Whether you are looking Looking for the iconic Shimano Saragosa or you want to fish off the rocks with a mean looking Daiwa Saltiga Dogfight You can be sure to get the best deal from this site!

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Recommended Spin Reel Sizes for Different Situations:

Freshwater

Anything in the 1000-3000 Reel Spool Size would be a good place to start. Whether you are fishing for Bass or Perch these rods should cover most situations. The only time that you may want to upsize is if you are targeting a large cod and need the benefit of some heavier drag to pull them out of structure.

Estuary (Bream, Whiting, Trevally and Small Flathead)

When targeting these species in our estuary systems, you don't need a very big line capacity. Braided lines are getting thinner and tougher, so you can usually fit enough line on a little 1000 reel. These reels still have impressive drag for their size and fishing this light makes fighting the fish a lot of fun. Not only that, because they are so light weight, it means that you don't have to work as hard if you are casting lures all day! You don't need to go as small as a 1000 reel if you want something which will offer you more flexibility to target other fish, or if you want to troll a hardbody for example. In these situations, you may want to consider a 2500 or 3000 Spool Size.

Estuary (Larger Flathead, Mulloway)

When targeting these larger species, you would probably be looking at reel between 2500 and 4000 in size. The more expensive 2500 reels will have just as much if not more drag than a cheaper 4000, so it is worth checking the specs. These larger fish will demand more line to allow for their runs, and these bigger reels will also be balanced better with the heavier rod and lure that you will be using.

Coastal Waters (Tailor, Salmon, Kingfish, Mulloway, Snapper etc)

Very similar to targeting the larger fish in our estuaries, you will probably be looking at a 4000 size spin reel and up although some of the good quality 2500 reels will be the go in these areas, especially for squid. It all depends on the fish that you are targeting and how heavy you are fishing, but in general you wouldn't normally need a reel much above the 8000 size in this area. If you are fishing with bait you might want to consider a Baitrunner style of Spin Reel which is useful when sending unweighted baits down a burley trail.

Offshore (Game, Pelagic and Demersal Species)

In this situation there are so many factors to consider but an 8000 up would be a good place to start.

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