Pflueger President 6900 Series Spinning Reel
Smooth performance at a great value! The lightweight graphite body of the Pflueger® President® 6900 Series Spinning Reel is fortified with a corrosion-resistant stainless steel main shaft and components and equipped with nine stainless steel ball bearings (Model 6920 has seven) and one instant anti-reverse bearing. Machined, ported, double-anodized-aluminum spool is braid-ready. Ti-coated spool lip and line roller; smooth multi-disc drag; solid aluminum bail wire; Sure- Click Bail® with audible signal; soft touch knob; on/off anti-reverse.
- Lightweight graphite body
- Corrosion-resistant stainless steel main shaft and components
- Nine stainless steel ball bearings (model 6920 has seven)
- One instant anti-reverse bearing
- Machined, ported, double-anodized-aluminum spool
- Braid-ready spool
- Ti-coated spool lip and line roller
- Smooth multi-disc drag
- Solid aluminum bail wire
- Sure-Click Bail with audible signal
- Soft touch knob
- On/off anti-reverse
- Converts to left- or right-hand retrieve
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I personally like a light action rod for panfish becasue it gives me the backbone to get a crappie out of a treetop and allows me a chance to land an average largemouth in river current
But, the 6730 weighs 9.1 oz. I am wondering if a new President, either a 6920X or 6925X, would be better and offer more balance because they are lighter.
Any comments or recommendations? Other reels I might consider if I am changing?
I will submit this photo of a bass caught this past August weighing 6lbs 15 ounces by digital weight and released to be caught again.
If it were me, I'd look at different reels. They Pflueger just doesn't seem to have the durability, but it was a nice reel while it lasted. And for a light rod, I'd go 25x size.
I just got it about a month ago. very surprised with the good rod quality.
definetly a good bang for the buck.
If you want more bulk for larger lures and line, go with a 6' med rod, but dont expect to be able to throw anything below about 3/16 oz