Pflueger® President® 6900 Series Spinning Reels

   

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6920

Left/Right

5.2:1

Line Capacity:
4/100

Braid Capacity:
6/125

Ball Bearings:
7+1

Max Drag:
6 Lbs.

Recovery:
20.7" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
5.9

6925

Left/Right

5.2:1

Line Capacity:
4/110

Braid Capacity:
6/140

Ball Bearings:
9+1

Max Drag:
6 Lbs.

Recovery:
22.4" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7.2

6930

Left/Right

5.2:1

Line Capacity:
6/145

Braid Capacity:
8/190

Ball Bearings:
9+1

Max Drag:
9 Lbs.

Recovery:
25.2" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
8.3

6935

Left/Right

5.2:1

Line Capacity:
8/185

Braid Capacity:
10/220

Ball Bearings:
9+1

Max Drag:
10 Lbs.

Recovery:
27.4" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
9.9

6940

Left/Right

5.2:1

Line Capacity:
10/230

Braid Capacity:
14/280

Ball Bearings:
9+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
30.2" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
10.9
  • 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

Smooth performance at a great value! Lightweight graphite body 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.

Line recovery in inches per handle turn.

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 186 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best reel for the $$$. Ok, I have to say I like my quantum smokes better than the president. However, for the money I have never owned a better reel. It's smooth as butter and takes a beating in my boat. I have two of them and neither have ever failed me despite getting beat on riding in the boat. This reel beats most others at 4 times it's price. In my opinion it's the best reel by a long shot in its price range. Plus if I lose it or destroy it I'm only out 50 bucks compared to 160.00 with my smokes. April 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Reel for the money When I picked fishing back up, this is the brand I went with. Pflueger. Started with the Trion. I thought that was the best, Moved up to the President for a few dollars more and Seriously this is the best Reel i have ever used. I bought the $200 Patrriach and honestly The president is smoother and stronger than the President. I have about 15 rod and reel combos. Most of the Presidents, But all of the Pflueger. I will not buy anything else or use anything else. I am so high on this brand I named our dog Pflueger and got a personalized license plate. March 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Spinning Reel: Buy Buy Buy I have owned the older 6735 model (same ratio, etc as the 6935) for 3 years and it has been my most favorite reel of all. Its weight is perfect for all day fishing and it's smoother than any other reel I've used. It has great power to pull in large bass and has been incredibly durable. I have used it off boats and banks like most but have also taken it wading into lakes and has spent its fair share of time in the water and still cranking great. I plan on purchasing another couple of reels for myself and family to use. BUY BUY BUY! It will definitely be worth it! P.S. I paired mine with a 7'2" BPS Carbonlite rod and its weight is perfect for myself and all others who have used it! Great setup! March 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Value Fantastic Reel for the money. Smooth, Great feel and well built. March 12, 2014
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Yes it will hold 20lb braid. I own the 6940 and I have used power pro 20lb braid with no problem.
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Yes, the 6940 can hold the 20# braided line, compares in diameter to the 6# mono line.
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Taking a fishing trip to roaring river mo in october. Would a bp 6' ultralight microlite with president 6920 or 6925 be a good combo? Which one would be best.
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I would go with the 6925 because if you hook onto a good trout of decent size like say a 5lb or better this extra power in the 6925 will make landing the fish a lot easier than the 6920
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I bought the Bass Pro Micro Lite Graphite Spin/Fly Rod with the 6925 and it seems to be a great combo. I put 10lb. Fire Line on mine and it casts a mile. I also have the 6935 on a light medium rod and its a nice setup too. I thought the 6920 was a little small. I would rather have more reel power and the 6920 only has 7 ball bearings. Hope this helps.
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The 6925 is a better reel, by far than the 20. THe 20 is simply too small, by design, to be smooth.

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
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Depends...for brookies & smaller stockers, use a 20 with ultralight rod. For rainbows or Browns who are a little larger, go with a 25 and medium light rod. If you expect big fish like 18-22" Rainbows, consider the 30 series. All of them are very lightweight and a lot of fun to catch with.
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The 6925.
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My son and I have two rods for vertical jigging for walleyes: St. Croix Avid AVS60LF (6', light power, fast action# and a G Loomis IMX SJR 721 #6', light power, fast action#. We have used a Pflueger President 6730 with 10 lb Suffix832 and a 12lb fluro leader on both rods. Overall, happy with the set ups.

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?
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I do 90% of my walleye fishing jigging and I do all my sauger fishing below the dams casting a jig and minnow. President works perfect. Drag is the best feature and comes in handy when you hook that occasional catfish or huge wiper.
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6925X MUCH BETTER CHOISE
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I would have to say no because some walleyes can reach great size the bigger the reel the easier it is to bring in the fish. I personally use the 6935 reel with a 6 foot 6 inch ugly stick to catch large mouth bass weighing in over 5 lbs with no trouble at all.
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.
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The 25 is a better built reel than the 20. those couple extra bearings and taller body just work better
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I would actully go with the 6930 for walleye, it appears these reels are very lighter than others.
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If you are thinking about switching reels the Team Daiwa Legalis and the Shimano Sedona FD are very good reels for around the same price.

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Yes I would recommend the Plfueger President for it light weight and quality construction
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I have had a 6730 for about 2 years and it broke just after it was a year old.

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.
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I have both. Initially, they feel the same, but after only a year of fishing about 4 days per month, the Trion is already starting to wear out. The Presidents still feel as though they just came out of the box.
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If it's for a child or infrequent fisherman, the Trion is fine. If you are a passionate fisherman or land large fish on occasion, the President or Supreme series will handle the stress of fighting a large fish with less grinding. The President/Supreme are also lifetime type reels, if that matters to you.
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I've used both now and I have to say, for the money you can't go wrong with the President. I've been using the 6935 for about six months now and it is honestly the best spinning reel I've ever used. Pflueger makes a great product.
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The Trion is a good entry level reel, but the President is MUCH more reel for the money, and should outlast the Trion by a factor of two or more, based on my experience with both reels. There's really not much of a comparison between them.
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The president. I'm a believer now. Smoother than any shimano you'll use. I've not used the trion but would be safe to say spend about 20 more bucks and you'll be glad you did.
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The President is a bit tighter and a bit more solid. The styling is also a bit more attractive to me. But, the bottom line is that they are both excellent reels: The top in their perspective price categories. It comes down to how often you use the reel and for what specific purpose. The President has more BB and may be a bit stronger, but both reels are excellent values. I own both and have been happy. My suggestion would be to purchase the Trion GX7 if you fish less frequently, but get the President if you are on the water a lot.
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Both good reels, i own both. the pres is smoother. worth the extra money in the long run. If you can not swing the extra money you will not regret the trion.
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I just picked up a new President 6935 and am excited to put it to use. What rod are you using this with? I'm fishing mostly lakes and large rivers (the Pamlico in eastern NC) for panfish and bass. I want an affordable rod that will be a great match for this reel. Thanks!
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I would definetly recommend the Bass Pro Shops Graphite Series Spinning Rods.
I just got it about a month ago. very surprised with the good rod quality.
definetly a good bang for the buck.
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For my money you can not beat an Ugly Stick. This is the only rod I use on all my spinning reels. This setup with the 6935 reel caught many bass over 5lbs and here is the picture of the largest one I caught this past August weighing in at 6lbs15ounces digital weight and released to be caught again.
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I run several of these reels on 6 1/2' MH Ugly Stiks, if your looking more towards panfish you may want to check out the Medium version.
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I have a 6935 on a 6' Med Light action Berkely Lightning rod. Its a tad too stiff for crappie and bream, but is an awesome river rod for fighting spots in the N GA rivers and for working lightweight finesse worms.

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
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I would highly recommend a 6'6" or 7' medium action BPS Bionic Blade. Great quality rod, I have two of them. Better grab it while it is still on sale, its a steal at $59.97.
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the Bass Pro Graphite Series is a good match for that reel
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Personally, I use a 7'2 shimano convergence rod medium action. They usually run about $70 bucks.Works great. Light line.8 pound test. But I use this combo for drop shotting, shaky head and Texas rig. Hope this helps!
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i would use an ugly sik lite, i use a 6'6'' medium action rod. it has a very good lure weight (1/8-5/6) it has enough guides, and it is long enought to make really long casts (plus its only like $30)
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I have all but one of my presidents on St. Croix premiers. Great rods.
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I paired mine up with a shimano sellus worm and jig rod. great set up. overpowering the largies.
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I recently bought a Quantum Energy PT 6'6" medium action. It's a sweet rod for this reel. But they have discontinued this model... might be able to find one in stock somewhere. Not sure what the Quantum replacement rod is... but it will be a good one too
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yes...one is regular and one is braid-ready.
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unfortunately it does not
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No spare spools.
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No when I bought mine it didn't have a spare spool in the package, but I have had mine president for over a year now and have never had a problem with it whatsoever! Hope this helps!
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Mine did not come with one, but they are available for next to nothing.
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This reel does not come with a spare spool.
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Depends on species, cover in lake, and depth. In general, I'd suggest Powerpro 15 lb (4 lb mono equivalent). However, if it's a deep lake or they will be running to heavy cover, consider 25 lb Powerpro. Gives you great feel for what the bait is doing on descent. ALSO, consider using a 4' floro leader in clear water.
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I like the 6935 with 20 pound braid
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i would say anything between 15-30

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Drop shotting is a "finesse" technique. Therefore, the "feel" involved is often subtle, and very light. This means that a lighter rod and reel is an advantage, especially if you fish long days. Therefore, I'd get the 30 size, and load it with 10 or 15 lb. Power Pro or Tuff Line, or maybe one of the new smooth braids (less guide noise). 20 lb. wouldn't be a bad choice for snaggy areas, though. Tie 2-6' of fluoro for a leader with a double uni knot, and you've got no-stretch, and tremendous feel for the bottom as well as light or subtle bites. Just my 2 cents' worth.
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well first of all, you dont want to use braid for a drop shot (or any thing for that matter) i recomend 8lb florocarbon. use florocarbon because when you are using a drop shot you want it to go to the bottom. use the 8lb model
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there is no good answer to that question. Too many factors are in play. depth, bait, species, etc. At the Price though, you can get two different sizes, and set up up to cover the spectrum.
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My person opinion I use the 6935 with 20lb Power Pro Braid and a 4.0 Eagle Claw Hook using Berkley Heavy Weight 7 Inch Worms fishing Texas style using no sinker. I have caught many bass over 5LBS. This bass was caught this August also using a 6foot 6 inch Ugly Stick Rod.
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I fish for big large mouth almost every day, so I chose to step up to the 6935 model. So far it's exactly what I was looking for. If you don't mind the slightly heavier weight its a good solid reel.
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6930 or 35 depending on the application and line size
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Suggest a 35 series for bass - especially hauling largemouth out of cover. If you're targeting smallies or smooth-bottom lakes, a 30 series is sufficient. All come with 1 braid-ready spool and this helps for pulling 'em out of cover.
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if you are fishing for bass, you need to purchase the 6935 model. it hols 8lb. monofilement/ florocarbon and that is tought enought to hold big fish and is very lightweight (i recomend excel brand monoflement fishing line)
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The 6930 or 6935 for large bass.
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Fine for smallies without cover. For largemouth or very heavy weeds/cover, get at least a 6930, but preferably a 6935. They are so light, fatigue isn't an issuer. You'll need the extra torque for hauling 'em out of there.
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Yes, without question you can. However, the 6930 may be a more ideal model, which will provide more stability and control with the bigger fish along with additional line capcity.
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whether its smallmouth or largemouth
i even use it for smaller catfish

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i guess you could, but would have to set your drag very low. i recoment the 6935 it holds 8lb. test monofilement/ florocarbon and that is big enought to hold big fish. (i recomend excel brand monofilement fishing line)
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Additionally, a small reel such as the 6925 may be used for ultralight (finesse) applications such as float and fly or possibly in the situation of small lure fishing situation. Please see the previous answer for a more rounded reel.
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The 6930 or 6935 model Pflueger® President® 6900 Series Spinning Reel would be best for Bass fishing.
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Yes, I run this reel with 8# Stren mono for wacky and drop shotting - works fine and good distance.
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The 6930 will handle 8-12 lb mono line. Read the spool for specifics. I usually spool one reel with 6lb mono and other with 8 lb floro. I also have one with 6 lb mono and 15 lb braid for largemouth.
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Yes, which is a great option to go with, its what I use myself :)
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i use 8
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The 6930 can hold 130 yards of 8 pound test line. I have that size and it says so on the spool. :)
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Yes, no problem
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It should, I use a 10lb braid and it works fine
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The Pflueger® President® 6900 Series Spinning Reel, model 6930, can support 8 lb. test line.
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