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Daiwa Goldcast III Series Spincast Reel

   

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GC80

Left/Right

4.1:1

Line Capacity:
8/75

Ball Bearings:
1

Recovery:
18" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
9.2
  • $56.99

  • SKU: 253989

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GC100

Left/Right

4.1:1

Line Capacity:
10/80

Ball Bearings:
1

Recovery:
21" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
9.9
  • $57.99

  • SKU: 253990

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GC120

Left/Right

4.1:1

Line Capacity:
12/100

Ball Bearings:
1

Recovery:
21" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
12
  • $58.99

  • SKU: 253991

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Daiwa®'s Goldcast III Spincast Reel is an extremely well-built spincast reel series designed to deliver advanced performance. The Goldcast Series features oscillating spool to prevent line jam-ups; stainless steel ball bearing drive; stainless steel rotor; revolving line pickup to reduce line twist, and right/left-hand retrieve. Pre-spooled with premium mono line.

  • Extremely well-built reel series
  • Oscillating spool to prevent line jam-ups
  • Stainless steel ball bearing drive
  • Stainless steel rotor
  • Revolving line pickup to reduce line twist
  • Right/left-hand retrieve
  • Pre-spooled with premium mono line

GC 80
Pre-spooled with 75 yards of 8-lb.-test line. Reel weight: 9.2 oz. Line recovery: 18''.

GC 100
Pre-spooled with 80 yards of 10-lb.-test line. Reel weight: 9.9 oz. Line recovery: 21''.

GC 120
Pre-spooled with 100 yards of 12-lb.-test line. Reel weight: 12 oz. Line recovery: 21''.

Daiwa Goldcast III Series Spincast Reel 4.2 5 49 49
Design Flaw The Daiwa Goldcast has been my favorite spin cast for years but in the last year I've had three that all developed the same problem after only a couple uses-the pin sometimes gets stuck down on cast and fails to catch the line on retrieve. Also, I've compared my old Goldcast to the newer ones and the older ones look and feel like a much better reel. Sorry Daiwa, three strikes and you're out! After reading the reviews of the Zebco Omega I'm buying both sizes in it and hoping I find my new favorite spincast. December 13, 2009
Great first impressions I used the GC 120 for catfishing today and found that I preferred this reel over my also new Zebco Z03. I am not saying I don't like the Zebco but I admit I like this reel better and the size is preferable for catching fish in current. My only knock is that I do not think you can turn off the clicking noise when reeling but otherwise my first impression was very good. I put this on a new Browning Silaflex 6' medium action rod and I preferred this setup over the Zebco on a 6' medium action St. Croix Triump rod. The Browning/Goldcast combo was supposed to be my back-up rod and reel but that won't apparently be the case. September 19, 2010
Spin Cast DAIWA Good reel, great for a beginner like me. It has some weight to it and after 5 trips out no tangles or line twist. Got the 120 model. One small thing is the release button is high up on the back so if you go back and forth to a standard spin reel you get confused on a cast. No biggie. May 31, 2009
whats a good reel? dawias small problem! the silvercast has all the castabillity like a baitcast just without the price! heres how to achieve that. the silvrcst has a spring just behind the drum that holds the spring that attaches to the pin. sometimes this spring comes off th pin causing the line to jerk back when casting. THE FIX! to keep from this happening hot glue the spring end to where it attaches to the back of the drum not from the pin side. this will keep the spring attached. i have a slvrcst 80 with spiderwire 30#braid. its better than my abu ambasedr. hope this helps CHIC7 with his/her problem January 17, 2010
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braid does not work well on these reels. i've tried different sizes and types. not a winner
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I use Fireline on the 10 with no problems so far. Do not troll though, the line tightens on the spool to the point that casting is impossible.
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Yes, right/left hand retrieve is on the reel.
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Yes. But, I would buy the Zebco Omega... no clicking noise when you retrieve plus the Zebco has three pick-up prongs on the spindle were the Diawa only has two.
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Preloaded spool

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Can and where do you get addittional preloaded line spools for the Daiwa Goldcast III reels
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From the parts list which is available online from Daiwa.
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