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
Little Disappointed Received this as a gift card and am not as pleased as I hoped to be with the reel. Paid $50 and expected to have a better piece of equipment. June 18, 2010
Nice Reels I have given all three sizes a good work out and for someone who wants a good spincast reel at a fair price ,these are worthy. Daiwa claims they will handle superline, so I use Fireline on my 10 lb. with no problems so far. My only complaint is the drag has to be fiddled with, as it has a tendency to lighten up when they are jarred around. June 11, 2010
Great Reel I have used these reels for years. Best reel on the market for the money. I have caught hundreds of bass with theses reels and never had any trouble. May 5, 2010
Fun & Function When I was a kid in the '60's, I got hooked on spincast reels. Thanks to Daiwa, I am still hooked and catching every northern Minnesota fish possible with this sturdy, reliable reel from Daiwa. The "100" handles 10 lb. line effortlessly and has a drag that is eazzzzzzzzzzy and accurate to operate at every moment of the "fish-on" process. Daiwa, thanks for the technology and the fun. Thanks from a big kid. April 22, 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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