Daiwa® M-One Plus Mooching Reel
The Daiwa® M-One Plus Mooching Reel has been upgraded to include a massive, seven-disc drag for even greater stopping power and heat dissipation. The one-way power drag system lets you wind forward without fighting drag resistance, automatically shifting as line is pulled from the reel. Features stainless outer ring on spool for palm control, ultra smooth, scratch-resistant titanium nitride finish, lightweight graphite body and spool, and soft touch grips. Left- or right-hand retrieve. Weight: 17 oz. Line capacity: 20 lb./520 yds. Gear ratio: 1.0:1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MadeToLast Great Buy! Bang for your buck this is a great reel! It works just as well as a more expensive reel. It compares to the Shimano 2000 but the Daiwa M-One holds more line. Which is great for trolling or jigging in deep water. I am very happy with this reel and would recommend it to anyone wanting a great set up with out spending allot. January 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by tfish better than expected Purchased reel to use with a downrigger for Chinook Salmon in the Pacific Northwest and took it out for its first outing and was very pleasantly surprised at how well it performed. Drag was easy to set and after over a dozen fish landed, I was hooked on using mooching reels. Although it was the least expensive mooching reel available I felt it was well worth the investment to find out what the excitement is all about in using such a reel to landing large salmon. It handled my largest 30 lb. Chinook with flawless ease and I would recommmend the M-One Plus for those who may want to buy a mooching reel, but may not want to spend a lot of money to get started in the mooching reel experience. August 13, 2011
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A:I'll try to answer my own question. I've been using a "Offshore Angler" power stick. (PSS71530). This reel is loaded with 17 lb line, and I use just enough weight to keep the line trailing at 45 degrees. Works great with "Cut Plugs" , Repalas, and other misc. hardware...
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