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PRM10

Left/Right

5.2:1

Line Capacity:
6/110

Braid Capacity:
6/150

Ball Bearings:
10+1

Max Drag:
9 Lbs.

Recovery:
25" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
6.9

PRM40

Left/Right

5.8:1

Line Capacity:
12/180

Braid Capacity:
14/210

Ball Bearings:
10+1

Max Drag:
18 Lbs.

Recovery:
33" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
9

PRM30

Left/Right

5.8:1

Line Capacity:
10/140

Ball Bearings:
10+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
33" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
8.1
  • NanoShield exoskeleton reduces weight while increasing strength  
  • Sealed Carbon Matrix™ drag  
  • 11 HPCR bearings (with Instant Anti-Reverse)
  • One-piece aluminum gear box
  • Everlast™ bail system
  • Slow oscillation for an even line lay and increased casting distance
  • Stainless steel mainshaft and hardware
  • The best of two worlds in one incredible package!
The Abu Garcia Revo Premier Spinning Reel makes liberal use of Abu Garcia's revolutionary NanoShield technology to create a protective exoskeleton that's up to 300% stronger than graphite and up to 50% lighter than aluminum! The Revo Premier Reel's NanoShield also makes key parts of the reel perform better than standard elements.A NanoShield spool, for instance, is lightweight, corrosion resistant and up to 50% lighter than a comparable aluminum spool.

A NanoShield reel stem is up to 300% stronger than a comparable graphite stem, without the added weight of aluminum. Other features include a full nano exoskeleton, instant anti-reverse, a sealed Carbon Matrix drag and an Everlast bail. The Abu Garcia Revo Premier Spinning Reel also features a rugged, one-piece gearbox which allows the reel's design to be much more compact while reducing its overall weight.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 121 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by NW Salmon fishing I use this reel for King's, Coho and Chum Salmon I search for monsters fish. It held up and whooped a decent size king 25-30lbs without issue smooth drag and casting and smooth reeling ( gears) caught plenty of Coho mostly 6-10lbs Chum season it coming up then it will be put to a hard test... I love to low low profile as I fish with my finger on the line before the reel. it helps my hand from getting what I like to call the claw hand effect. All around real happy with the reel... I switched out all my Low Pro reels to the revo series from having all Shimano Curado E series... Biggest seller for me was the ability to cast very light weights a long distance.. September 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 In Love Was a great reel while I had it. Ultimate castability, accurate and far. Super smooth and fast retrieve. The drag was even above par. I caught many freshwater fish, many more large cats then anything, and never had trouble landing them. The reel wasn't even afraid of saltwater the few times I took it. Dropped it in 20 feet of water last night. I'm pretty devastated. September 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simply all you need for Fluke! Last Sunday, there was no fish caught but the two I caught using the Premier 10. The two Fluke were 4 and 8 pounds. I used a Light weight TICA Rod, with the Premier 10, with 12lb Nanofil, and 6' Gulp two hook rig. No problem all summer with any of the equipmen, to include 13 pools. September 10, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Disappointed I purchase the Revo Premier 2011 version because it was the top of the line Revo. On one of my fishing trips the windage adjustment dial broke off, rendering my reel useless. Fortunately, it was still under warranty and had it repaired. September 7, 2012
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For sure, Sufix 832 is great on the Revo Premere. It's all I use.
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Yes but you need to put a mono backing on it. Make sure you tie a good knot. This will prevent a breakdown when it counts.
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Braided line capacity is 30lbs/130yds.

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I HAVE USED FIRELINE FOR THE LAST FEW YEARS WITH GREAT RESULTS. THE LIGHTER BRAIDS WORK VERY WELL BT YOU MAY WANT TO USE A LEADER IF THE FISH ARE LINE SHY OR YOU ARE FISHING IN CLEAR WATER.
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im trying to decide between the revo premier 30, or the Soron STX 40. Im leaning toward the stx 40 just because its a bigger reel. Any help would be great. I also plan on using 14lb braided line. Thanks.
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The Revo PRM30 will work however you can also get the PRM40 Revo Premere. Both are the same price.
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Yes. Best drag system I've ever seen on any reel.
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Steelhead are a popular target for fly fishers, which they would use a fly reel with a large arbor. Spinning reels are “taxed” to the maximum with the normal scorching runs of the steelhead trout. It is worth the extra money to purchase a mid-range to high-end priced spinning reel with a dependable reputation and a good drag system. The typical spinning reel is loaded with approximately 150 yards of 7-8 pound high-quality monofilament fishing line.
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Just bought this reel and the salesman put 12 pound test on the spool. See for this model only 8 pound is max. Will it have bad effects with this large of test?
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Are you using the PMR30? If this is your reel you can as it has a max drag of 12lb. I would not go bigger than 10il. myself.
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YOU MAY HAVE TROUBLE WITH THE LINE JUMPING OFF THE REEL. ALSO YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO HOLD AS MUCH LINE .
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The recommended line weight for item 38-353-796-00 is 12lbs/180yds of monofilament fishing line.
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That is the recommended lb test to be put on - the max drag is 12lb - you can put 12lb on it, no problem.
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Yes, it matters what size reel you get. the model must be a smaller size like the 1000 or the 2500 i have the 3000 and i have 12 lb test
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Size of Revo Spinning Reel

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-- just saw a Revo 30 & it's too big & heavy. I'm looking for something comparable to the discontinued Shimano 2000 size. How would a Revo 20 compare to an old Striadic 2000?
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I have a Shimano Saros 3000 and Revo Premier 30. The Revo is bigger, but much lighter than the Saros. The Revo is also stronger than my Saros 3000. After catching a 9 pound stripped bass, I'm giving my saros to my son.
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I compared the 30 and 20, not much size difference. For the money go with the Soron. Great real, half the price. Hope this helps
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For that lenght of rod, a 20 would be your best bet between the two sizes. A Pflueger 25 or a Shimano 1000 size would be your best bets IMHO.
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What kind of rod?

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I know nothing about fishing. My dad had mentioned wating this reel. What kind of rod would be good with it? Item numbers would be fine. THANKS!
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I have fished with this reel a great deal and I have a 7' medium light St. Croix Premier rod. It's a perfect fit. Yesterday I caught a 9 pound stripped bass in heavy current and the Revo and St. Croix performedf great.
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Pair it with the Veritas or a Johnny Morris carbonlite spinning rod - both are great matches.
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I have mine matched with the Abu Garcia Veritas and its a perfecft fit for me. Very sensitive and has enough back bone to pull in the big ones.
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Item number 38-162-242-00 is a good choice its the Abu Garcia® Veritas™ Spinning Rod the price is 99.99. It would be a good choice, I wont bore you withe the details, My personal choice would be item number 38-153-704-00 its the BPS (Bass Pro Shops) Johnny Morris® Elite Series its on clearance 119.77, If those are too high for you then try item number 38-130-230-00 Its BPS Tourney Special rod I personally own one of these they are great, but If I was buying that reel I would go with the Johnny Morris rod, the regular price is something like 150+. I hope this helps you, your dad is very lucky I would pass out cold if someone gave me that reel, or any one of these rods.
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38-161-956-00 great rod
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