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Shimano® Charter Special® TR-2000LD Reel

   

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TR2000LD

Right

4.2:1

Line Capacity:
12/390

Braid Capacity:
40/410

Ball Bearings:
4

Max Drag:
33 Lbs.

Recovery:
26.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
17.1
  • $129.99

  • SKU: 239590

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  • Lightweight, dependable leverdrag reel, with levelwind
  • Graphite frame and sideplates
  • Aluminum spool
  • Barrel handle grip
  • 3 A-RB® (Anti-Rust Bearings)
  • Counter balanced handle
  • Clicker

Have you ever thought, "I wish they'd put a levelwind on these TLD's so I wouldn't have to level it myself!" The same quality that makes TLD's such great reels can be found in Shimano's Charter Special TR-2000LD Reel. Stainless steel gears are durable and resist corrosion in saltwater, and the Charter Special's 3 stainless steel A-RB (Anti-Rust Bearings) ensure many years of reliable service. Check out the best lever drag, levelwind reel on the market.

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Very good Walleye Reel I use this to troll for walleye and lake trout very good ive caught 21 inch walleye last week August 25, 2014
Heavy Duty This is a great reel, looks very heavy and capable of handling about anything. The lever drag is nice and very easy to work. Clicker is nice and loud as well. Only issue I have is the reel doesn't have an instant anti-reverse system. This isn't really the reels fault, it's mine because I didn't research it beforehand, but it is something to take into consideration for anyone else looking to purchase this reel. Overall I'm still happy with my purchase. June 10, 2014
Great Reel! I have 2 of these reels, They are very adaptable for Salt and Freshwater fishing when going for the Bigger ones in the Lakes and Rivers. I use these reels for Saltwater fishing Yellowtails, Dorado and Tuna.They getter done! For $150 Bucks a reel that has more Max Drag (33lbs) than 90% of the reels out there. Those reels will cost 3 to 4 times more and I have them to, but only needed for Big Fish. For the guy that hasn't ever used a Conventional Reels I recommend this one with the Levelwind and Lever drag it makes it simple! Live Bait, Casting, YoYo (Irons) Etc. It does everything Good! Best Bang for the Buck!! September 12, 2013
Outstanding reel You can spend a lot more for a reel in this class, but you won't get better performance or reliability than this very reasonably priced reel provides. Grouper and snapper are my usual victims with this reel, and I've recently begun jigging with butterfly jigs with this reel and it works great! September 10, 2011
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both models are smaller than a tld 15 but definitely castable. good beginner reel.
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I find the reel easy to cast - but it is heavy duty and I am casting 6 to 12 oz weights with it. When I say cast - it is more of a lob as I'm not after long distance - just trying to get the bait out a 100 feet or so from the boat.
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This reel isn't bad for beginners, but for casting I would go with a new abu garcia ambassadeur.
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These are ok reels but are not recommended for casting. Level wind will cost you a lot of distance
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or can you switch to either or?
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right handed
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