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Daiwa SS Tournament Spinning Reel

   

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SS700

Left/Right

4.9:1

Line Capacity:
4/145

Ball Bearings:
3

Max Drag:
8.8 Lbs.

Recovery:
26" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7
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SS1300

Left/Right

5.1:1

Line Capacity:
6/240

Ball Bearings:
3

Max Drag:
15.4 Lbs.

Recovery:
32" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
8.5
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SS1600

Left/Right

4.9:1

Line Capacity:
10/210

Ball Bearings:
3

Max Drag:
15.4 Lbs.

Recovery:
28.7" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
11.5
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SS2600

Left/Right

4.6:1

Line Capacity:
10/210

Ball Bearings:
3

Max Drag:
17.6 Lbs.

Recovery:
29.9" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
13.7
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The Daiwa® SS Tournament® Spinning Reel is the ultimate long-cast spinning reel. Features Daiwa's revolutionary Long-Cast technology; exclusive worm gear for perfect line winding; 3 stainless steel bearings; aluminum spool; super-smooth drag with oversized felt/stainless discs and precision click adjustment; SiC line roller; and Lifetime® Bail Spring. Right- or left-hand retrieve.

  • The ultimate long-cast spinning reel
  • Revolutionary Long-Cast technology
  • Smooth drag with oversized felt/stainless discs
  • 3 stainless steel bearings
  • SiC line roller
Daiwa SS Tournament Spinning Reel 4.8 5 53 53
Tough Reels, A++ i have 4 1300s and 4 1600s. I fish salt water in SWFL. I use the 1300's for reds, snook, sea trout, pompano, etc and the 1600's for larger beach jacks grouper and tarpon. The reels are the toughest, built like a tank, reliable reels on the market. I love 'em. The drag is excellent. I fish about 50 days a year and use the reels hard...they hold up great with basic maintenance. The 1300's never cease to amaze me...last summer a hooked a 100 lb tarpon on the beach at keywadin island and my little 1300 hung in there for a half hour. Think I would've landed the beast had my leader not failed. Don't be fooled by bells and whistles...these reels deliver value and results. Here's a 30 pound jack landed on a little 1300... May 26, 2012
Daiwa SS700 Tournment Reel I bought 2 of these reels a couple of years ago. I wasn't sure how I'd like them because when I cranked the reels while in the store they didn't seem as smooth as I expected. I wanted these reels for saltwater fishing while out in a kayak and after using them I soon found that I just love them. I bought the lite weight SS 700 and put 15 lb test Power Pro line and have fished and fished them with never a problem. I wash them down and apply some oil after each use and both reels still look and work like new. These reels are a old design but work like a charm. These are the first Daiwa reels I have ever owned and they have won me over mainly due to how well the hold up. They are worth the extra money. November 25, 2009
Big bang for the buck I took my new tournament ss 1600 for some early morning snook and trout fishing. Well lets just say it got the job done. Within 2 hours I landed 3 snook and 2 speckled sea trout. The reel performed as I would expect from a Daiwa product. It casts beautifully spooled with 10 lb test, and the worm gear line lay is flawless. Anyone looking for a no frills, catch big fish and beg for more reel should take a look at the tournament ss series. You will not be dissapointed. October 27, 2007
Best reel I have owned I have had hundreds of reel in my life, this is my favorite on of all. I now have three of them. I have caught more striped bass on this reel than than all of my saltwater tackle combined. I purchased it mainly for largemouth fishing, but it can handle far more than I expected. I have used it in any fishing scenario I came across with no problems at all. Since I bought my first one. on this reel I have caught pike, pickerel, smallmouth, largemouth, crappie, bluegil, rainbows, stripers, bluefish, tataug, black sea bass, and probably more than that. This is one versatile reel. May 29, 2009
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Great on anyrod
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excellent pairing...
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SS Tournament reels will go good w/ any spinning rod.
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I have a 1300 SS on a Loomis GL2 720 and it is a great combination.
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I have 3 0f the SS 1600's. While mine are on custom built rods I do use gloomis as my primary baitcast reel rods. I really love both the SS series reels and gloomis rods. If I should ever replace a spinning rod it will be with a gloomis rod. I don't see how u could go wrong with a SS reel on a gloomis rod
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Diawa SS1600
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like the 1300 cause its light...the 1600 has more line capacity if your salmon like to run.
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I have several Daiwa SS Torunament reels in different sizes. I mainly saltwater kayak fish with them using a 700 with 15# Power Pro line and this littel reel has done more than its job. Its not a high tech reel but they are very dependable and will hold up with a little care forever. I would highly recommend this reel for any fishing you would like to do as they are rock solid and will get the job done. When I bought my first one I tried it in the store and didn't think it was as smooth as a $100 reel should be, but after using these reels year after year I will say they are the Bee's Knee's and well worth the money in the long run.
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Can't go wrong wiht this Diawa, long casts, great drag, perfect for big salmon!
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Yes...but the SS series does not have an instant anit-reverse.
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These reeels have never come with a spare spool. I have two of them. if I recall correctly the extra spool can be purchased but it runs over $20.00. In my opinion it is well worth the extra cost if this is going to be one of your primary reels.
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I noticed that this reel fits some rods oddly. Angles upwards a good bit, any help would be appreciated.
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i fish inshore and back country and like the results i get from pairing this reel with the star stellar light 7 footer, fast action ML
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My personal choice is St. Croix spinning rods. As always fit the rod to the reel.
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I put mine on a Shakespear Liberty 98% Graphite UL and it's great. Of course it depends on what size reel you have and the kind of fishing you are doing.

That upward angle is one of the reasons you can cast it so far, it keeps it alligned better with your first eyelet and reduces friction that way. I would be comfortable putting this reel on any rod I own.
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all good spin reels angle up abit to keep in line with the guides.
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I use my 2600 boyh on my Shakespeare Ugly Stik 6´6" and 7´.
Both Medium action.
The shape of the SS Spool, combined with the whip action on the Ugly, allows you to cast every line as it was half the weight.
The Spool seems to push the line away.
I will also recomend the Uglys with the Tournament
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An ugly stick works very good with this reel. You get the added bonuses of them being tough and cheap. I use the bigger SSs'(?) and have used primarily med-heavy 6'6"-7' rods.
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