Pflueger President 6900 Series Spinning Reel
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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 6) and 1 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
- 9 stainless steel ball bearings (model 6920 has 6)
- 1 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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Casting reels have a similar code; higher the number - larger the reel. In casting reels, the difference with the next size up in a model line is nearly always wider: a 6500c Abu Garcia is just a wider version (more line capacity) of the 5500c; otherwise, they look the same. Narrow casting reels afford less rod wobble when reeling, especially when fighting a fish. Low profile casting reels are particularly easy to work with when compared to round reels such as the 6500 types.
Decide what size fish you'll pursue when choosing a size category of reel. When you decide on a reel size, pick a price you're comfortable with, then refer to the Bass Pro Shop catalog for star ratings by price range and read the reviews.
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Also, every time your line goes out against drag, it twists. This has an accumulative affect. The above trick fixes this, as well.
Another thought is the line you're using. I tried 20# seaGuar Abrazzex on a spinning reel. The line has such a springy memory that it doesn't want to lay on the spool - drove me nuts! Bass Pro has a KVD reel spray that's supposed to fix that problem. I just ordered a can.