Daiwa® Saltist® Lever Drag Two-Speed Conventional Casting Reels

   

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STTLD20-2SPD

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6.3:1/3.1:1

Line Capacity:
12/420

Braid Capacity:
40/260

Ball Bearings:
6

Max Drag:
22 Lbs.

Recovery:
36.6"/18.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
15
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  • SKU: 1642854

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STTLD30-2SPD

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6.3:1/3.1:1

Line Capacity:
14/490

Braid Capacity:
40/380

Ball Bearings:
6

Max Drag:
22 Lbs.

Recovery:
36.6"/18.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
15
  • $299.99

  • SKU: 1642855

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STTLD35-2SPD

Right

6.3:1/3.1:1

Line Capacity:
20/300

Braid Capacity:
40/600

Ball Bearings:
6

Max Drag:
26 Lbs.

Recovery:
46.9"/23.1"

Reel Weight (oz):
22
  • $329.99

  • SKU: 1735683

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STTLD40-2SPD

Right

6.3:1/3.1:1

Line Capacity:
25/400

Braid Capacity:
40/660

Ball Bearings:
6

Max Drag:
26 Lbs.

Recovery:
46.9"/23.1"

Reel Weight (oz):
22
  • $339.99

  • SKU: 1642856

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STTLD50-2SPD

Right

6.3:1/3.1:1

Line Capacity:
30/350

Braid Capacity:
40/840

Ball Bearings:
6

Max Drag:
26 Lbs.

Recovery:
46.9"/23.1"

Reel Weight (oz):
23
  • $349.99

  • SKU: 1642857

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  • Designed for absolute reliability
  • Fast one-touch gear shift
  • 6 CRBB™ corrosion resistant ball bearings
  • Precision stainless steel gears, helical-cut for smooth, powerful winding
  • Ultimate Tournament carbon drag (UTD)
  • Offset power handle with speed knob
  • Solid, 1-piece aluminum frame and left sideplate
  • Precision ratchet Anti-Reverse
  • Machined-aluminum spool

From tuna to billfish and more, Daiwa's Saltist Lever Drag Two-Speed Conventional Casting Reels are designed for absolute reliability. Spool with mono or braid, there isn't much Saltist Reels can't handle. Features include a one-piece aluminum frame and sideplate, precision helical-cut stainless steel gears, six CRBB corrosion-resistant ball bearings, machined-aluminum spool, Ultimate Tournament carbon drag, Infinite Spin™ freespool, and offset power handle with speed knob. The Saltist compact, smooth-casting design offers the ability to toss live bait or artificial lures with ease.

Line recovery in inches per handle turn.

Daiwa® Saltist® Lever Drag Two-Speed Conventional Casting Reels 4.4 5 9 9
Great little 2-speed reel I have the STTLD30 and use it saltwater jig fishing for ground fish, cod & haddock mainly. Had no problem with 40+ lb. cod and the 2-speed worked great on tuna. I have big hands and my knuckles kept hitting the housing, going to move up to the STTLD40 so my knuckles will not hit. December 18, 2013
Escellent Reel This reel is just great. I made the mistake of buying an Okuma lever drag before this and it was not as advertised, heavier, less of a reel and cost more. I have three saltists now and they all perform flawlessly on big fish. I am super impressed with the two speed. It is a very versatile reel. I got the 20 size, which is a small reel. I got it for snapper fishing, but when I hook into a grouper I just push the button to the lower gear and winch them up. Very nice and smooth reel with a great drag system. September 26, 2013
Diawia 2 speed reel This is an outstanding reel! I usually don't catch real big fish, Maybe 20 or 25 lbs at the biggest. However this reel makes it easy to reel those puppies up. 1 push of the button and you're in low gear. I love this reel. Unbelievably easy to use! It seems to be very sturdy, I've used it about 9 or 10 times and it performs flawlessly! May 13, 2013
Best little 2 speed I own! I bought the Daiwa 35 2spd for my 30# outft for fishing offshore. I was not dissappointed, basically 65# braid and a short 30# flouro topshot for baitfishing. Casts very well, shifting, when I had to which wasn't veryoften was very smooth. Gearing is very strong and well siuted for the fishing I do. I recently took it on a longer trip than I normally do, 7 days. They were suggesting that we use 40# minium line so I switched out the topshot hoping the little reel would stand up to the larger fish. I was not dissappointed catching tuna 40#+! Shifting was very smooth, and low gear was perfect for the bigger tuna and yellowtail that we caught! The little Daiwa held up very well with drags performing flawlessly after multiple fish! If you're looking for a small reel that can stand up to big fish, I highly recommend theDaiwa Saltist 2speed reels! September 7, 2012
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Thank you for your inquiry. This reel only comes in the light blue color at this time.
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for striper or big cat fish
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It can, but it's way overkill. try a Penn 320 GTI or a 330 GTI for your cats and stripers. I've caught 50 lb stripers on the 320 in the salt.
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If you need to muscle in the big fish then this reel is the one!
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Which one would you go with?
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The bigger the reel the more line you can hold. How much line and drag do you need? Those are how you should base your choice
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The narrower STTLD35 would be my choice
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I would go with the Daiwa. Its lighter and I don't mean cheaper, its a well made reel.
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If line capacity is not an issue, my Choice would be the smaller, lighter STTLD40-2spd.
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How wide is the reel? Looking to use this reel for throwing surface irons here on the West coast and was wondering if this reel is wide enough to cause wobbling while retrieving.
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Although I bought mine for bait, the STTLD35 is perfect for thowing jigs, its narrow enough to level quickly and easy to cast..
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Is there a spool control

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How does the spool control work on this reel? I called Daiwa and they said there is no spool control.

The description says it has an anti reverse rachet system. Where is that? Is that a spool control?

Any help will be appreciated.
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An anti-reverse ratchet system is an anti-reverse system that is generally stronger than a one way roller bearing. It is not a cast control system.
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Just going by my experience and not measurement......I've broken 30lb test when fishing for tuna. I assume you can get that much drag out of it.
I don't recommend it. At that setting you loose the "free-spool" capability for long casts.
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Daiwa says it is much less:
4.7 :1 High / 1.7 : 1 Low
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my mistake i was looking at the trolling vrsion of the 2-speed reel, the gear ratio is as shown by BSP
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