Daiwa® TD Zillion™ Coastal Low-Profile Baitcasting Reel

   

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ZLNCL100HSA

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7.3:1

Line Capacity:
14/120

Ball Bearings:
8+1

Max Drag:
9 Lbs.

Recovery:
32.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
8.6
  • Cover water like never before
  • Incredibly fast 7.3:1 gear ratio
  • Rigid aluminum frame and sideplate
  • 6 CRBB™ ball bearings plus roller bearing
  • MagForce® Z automatic anti-backlash system
  • 8-disc drag

Now you can cover water like never before, thanks to the Daiwa® TD Zillion™ Coastal Low-Profile Baitcasting Reel's blazing 7.3:1 gear ratio. Sleek and incredibly fast, this reel doesn’t scrimp on premium features: rigid aluminum frame and sideplate, built-in corrosion protection, six CRBB™ ball bearings plus roller bearing, MagForce® Z automatic anti-backlash system, and eight-disc drag, innovative swept handle. Weight: 8.6 oz. Line capacity: 14 lbs./120 yds. Line recovery: 32" per handle turn. Gear ratio: 7.3:1

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Manufacturer model #: ZLNCL100HSA.

Rated 5 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great reel This was a great Purchase I made last year. the reel performad flawlessly all summer. I used it for freshwater only, but I like the option to take it to salt without worrying a will wreck my reel. I recommend it Highly, the corosion protection is great and the color is not bad either. February 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by great Bought this real about 2 months ago work keep me from fishing.Final got to use it , it is the smoothest and easiest to us reel I have every owned works great no problems. I landed a 37"red fish using this reel with a 7' med heavy Falcon rod.The reel preformed great so did the rod. October 23, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing Smoothest cast from a baitcast reel I have ever used! Along with a fast retreive and accurate casting. Combined with a 7' Daiwa Saltiga trigger rod equals a fantasic combo! May 27, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by LOVE IT HAVE NOT USED IT BUT TWICE AT THE COAST. SMOOTHEST REEL THAT I HAVE EVER USED. NOT ONLY DOES IT LOOK GOOD BUT HANDELS WONDERFULLY. March 25, 2010
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Stcroix Inshore would be nice
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I've been reading reviews that say the Coastal performs just as well in freshwater as salt and would just like some more confirmation. I fish mostly freshwater but make trips to the coast and would love to have the capabilities all in one reel.
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I think that the Coastal would also perform in fresh water I am just not a big fan of reels with a 8.8 pound drag especially for inshore I would look somewhere else.
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I am thinking about purchasing this reel. I was wondering if it is a good option for snook fishing.

The max drag seems to be on the low side (I am an amateur) from what people tell me for snook fishing.

Thank you for any help you can provide.
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You are correct the drag is on the low side
but if you really love the reel so much the ultimate stopping power is your thumb.
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no need to make such a BIG purchase for an amateur angler. u can use the offshore angler or ocean master baitcast combos for snook,reds,and trout. and get away with 12 or 14lb test mono. and you can still use it to catch plenty of spanny macks off the skyway fishing piers when they run threw.
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I have always used Abu Garcia reels and my favorite baitcast reel right now is the Revo Inshore. I was wondering how this reel compared to the Revo and if it is worth the extra money. It sure does look cool.
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Yes if you are after looks the Coastal is very cool but like I have been saying the drag is weak but its a very smooth reel also I believe that the Inshore has better bearing
and line capacity for salt water
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i have used the revo, and the zillion is so much smoother for casting.
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not worth the extra money
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left handed?

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Yes they do make it in a left handed model but not sure if BPS has it.
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This reel does come in Left hand retrieve. The item number is 38-351-878-00. Thank you!
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