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Sale Browning Fishing Medallion GT Spinning Reel

   

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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
  • Sale price: $39.97

  • Reg. price: $64.99

  • SKU: 1652443

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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
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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
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For a great price, you get not only the unquestioned quality of a Browning reel, but revolutionary space-age technology as well. The Browning® Fishing 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.

  • 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

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Browning Fishing Medallion GT Spinning Reel 4.2 5 27 27
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
glass half full I concur completely with "sjlee from Clarksville." Performance takes precedence, but esthetics do matter. It seems that the manufacture went out of their way to make this reel as ugly as possible. It would have been so easy to make the rotor assembly the same metallic brown as the reel body. You'll have to catch a lot of fish with this reel to forget about how it looks. But not many people are going to buy an ugly duckling in hopes it will become a swan. January 12, 2015
Browning's good reputation Browning has been around for a long timeand they have always stood behind their products. I purchased a Fishing Medallion GT a while back when they were $40, and it came with a collapsable handle. Now they are $60 a piece and from the pictures online, looks like they are using a better handle. Rether than going out and buying a new handle, I super glued the handle together to take out all of the extra play. There was just too much wobble in the handle. Otherwise, it is a nice reel, it works well and has caught me some nice sized Bass. November 5, 2010
satisfied browning fisher I purchased 2 of these spinning reels and as usual Browning didn't let me down.These reels are smooth! I am using them on a 6 ft. and 7ft. Berkley lightning rod. The drag system is superior and so far only one issue with the bail tripping on one reel, tightened the screws a tad and no more problem. For the money you cant go wrong.I also have purchased their casting reel and all I can say is wow what a deal. great pike reel with the 15 lb drag. I read that someone had an issue with the cover cap coming loose on the reel handle of the spinning model,yes that does happen but it also happens on other reels that I own,try locktite just a dab,and as with any reel maintain it regularly.Thank you Bowning and Bass Pro #1 July 3, 2014
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personally I prefer 6 lb Berkley Fireline Thread. very strong, low diameter for excellent castability.
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the md-10 would be better for the 6# and the md-25 could use both 6&8#
i have both reels and have used 4-6# on the md-10 & have 20# suffix825 (diameter of 6# mono) spooled on the md-25c
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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 think it pairs up nice with a basspro microlight - btw i just posted a review on this reel
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Berkley lightning rod 6 or 7 ft perfect balance
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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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