Browning® Fishing Medallion® GT Spinning Reels

   

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MD-10C

Left/Right

5.5:1

Line Capacity:
6/75

Ball Bearings:
5+1

Max Drag:
10 Lbs.

Recovery:
22" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7.1

MD-25C

Left/Right

5.5:1

Line Capacity:
8/140

Ball Bearings:
5+1

Max Drag:
11 Lbs.

Recovery:
28" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
8.7

MD-40C

Left/Right

5.2:1

Line Capacity:
12/160

Ball Bearings:
5+1

Max Drag:
12.5 Lbs.

Recovery:
28" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
10.8
  • Legendary Browning performance at a great price
  • Frame, sideplates and rotor crafted from advanced Carbonite
  • Double-anodized machined-aluminum spool
  • Stainless steel bail wire with ceramic line roller
  • 6-bearing system includes Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse
  • High-efficiency stainless steel/fiber drag
  • FREE aluminum spare spool

For a great price, you get not only the unquestioned quality of a Browning reel, but revolutionary space-age technology as well. The Medallion GT Spinning Reel's entire body structure (frame, sideplates, rotor) is crafted from an advanced carbon fiber material (Carbonite) that’s both incredibly light and very strong. The rigidity of the sideplates is such that they virtually eliminate flex, keeping the shafts and gears precisely aligned over an extended service life. Translation: this affordable Medallion reel is extremely well-balanced, extra-smooth, and very durable! Lightweight double-anodized machined-aluminum spool; stainless steel bail wire with ceramic line roller; premium six-bearing system with double-shielded stainless steel ball bearings and Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse; high-efficiency stainless steel/fiber drag; diecast aluminum handle. FREE aluminum spare spool.

Line recovery in inches per handle turn.

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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice Reel Browning makes nice stuff, I purchased the 25C and noticed right off the bat the good quality along with how solid the reel felt. The reel is smooth as silk with a quality drag, I like the soft handle also. Loaded it up with 8 lb test, it handles the line with no twisting. This is a high quality reel for a reasonable price. April 3, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by DON'T BUY it's a reel piece of trash. i used it 3 times and i'm taking it back because it is terrible. it is not smooth what so ever and the line tangles very easily. i thought it would be nice for $65 but in this case you don't get what you pay for. February 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great reel Perfect gift for my wife. Very smooth and functions well. No complaints at all. December 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Reel for Minijig fishing I purchased this reel for a match up to my Phenix Mini jig rod and made the right choice. Reel is lightweight and has a great drag system . I use primarily 2 lb. test and this reel worked like a dream landing a 4.12 lb. trout with no problems. I caught and released over 75 fish with this reel in one day and had no problems what so ever.Reel is very lightweight and beautifully finished. I own Shimano, Diawa, Okuma, Mitchell, Browning reels and this reel is high on the top of my list of reels. I highly recommend you consider this reel for purchase for trout and panfish fishing. July 8, 2012
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I just got the 25C in the mail, I will use 6 or 8 pound mono with it. It's a medium size reel that works well on a standard 6'6 or 7 foot rod.
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Definately want a smaller reel than a 40 series for 6-8 lb test. 15-25 is the ideal range. IMO
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I would say the md-25C. I just purchased several and use 6-8 lb line on them. The reels are not too heavy in weight and they have good drags on them.
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25 would be perfect.
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The MD-25C (item number 38-351-482-00) has a recommended line of 8 pound test. This size reel should give you the ability to use either test with plenty of line on the reel between respools.
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I'd put it on a 6'6' medium/light rod for panfish.
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I would suggest using a ultra light noodle rod in the 7' to 8' length for a matchup to this reel. Suggestions for rod maybe a Daiwa Spinmatic, Phenix Mirage, Shimano Compre or Bass Pro shop's Microlite series.
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Rod size and style depend on presentation. You will need a spinning rod for your reel. Since this is the smallest of it's class, you may prefer to go with a lighter reel as this will match up better for most applications.
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I have paired with a 5'6'' Bass Pro Extreme spinning rod and it is perfect. Is the lightest rod/reel combo I have ever used.
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This reel is in the Ultra Light category. A complementary rod should also be in the Ultra Light Category.

You can try a 5'-5'6" long rod with an Ultra Light - Medium action. That combination should work well for you.

Remember though, this set up will work great for the smaller fish. If you hook into a larger fish, you will have the thrill of your life.
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I use a 9' light action noodle rod for steelhead and a 7' medium heavy action rod for bass in the summer.
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6 1/2 ft Bass Pro Graphite Series Rod- Heavy or Medium Heavy Action
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