Daiwa® SS Tournament® Spinning Reels

   

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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

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

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

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
  • The ultimate long-cast spinning reel
  • Revolutionary Long-Cast technology
  • Smooth drag with oversized felt/stainless discs
  • 3 stainless steel bearings
  • SiC line roller

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.

Line recovery in inches per handle turn.

** = Not recommended for saltwater use.

(FW) = Freshwater
(SW) = Saltwater

Action:
UL = Ultra Light
L = Light
M = Medium
MH = Medium Heavy

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 52 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Underwhelming For $100, I expected better performance. Both in the smoothness of the retrieve and the mechanical action that clicks the bail shut. Others praise the great drag system which is all goodness, but I can't cast this reel for hours with the feel it has. I'm going back to examine the Abu Garcia Revo and Quantum Smoke. With the promo offered this week, they're not too much more $$. March 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 Great reel One of the nicest reels I've owned, great build quality. August 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Reel Ordered 3........now I have 7. I use them a LOT. Everyday. They last years before needing replacement. Cast well, good drag & very sturdy. My favorite. July 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by AWESOME REEL I bought this reel for two purposes. I use it for live bait fishing for bass, and I also take it to the shore and use it for surf fishing. This reel is so awesome for both and a super smooth drag especially when fighting a good red fish! After a 4 weeks of use it started to make a weird clicking noise and sent it to Daiwa. I am so happy with their customer service, I got my reel back within two weeks no questions asked, and good as new. HIGHLY RECOMEND FOR ANY TYPE OF FISHING May 14, 2013
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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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No, sorry it doesn't.
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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 at back of reel
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Yes it does. It has a switch at the base of the reel.
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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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never had that probem
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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
4 years, 7 months ago
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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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