Shimano Sienna Rear Drag Spinning Reel
The Shimano® Sienna® RD (Rear Drag) Spinning Reels may be the absolute best value to technology purchase you can make when it comes to quality spinning tackle! Utilizing the Propulsion Line Management system for longer casts and reduced backlash, the Sienna RD also boasts Super Stopper II technology for instant anti-reverse with no back-play. Easy access to on-the-fly drag changes via the convenient Rear Drag system. Suitable for all species of freshwater and inshore fish. Other Shimano technologies include Propulsion spool lip; S Concept S guard and S arm cam; graphite frame, sideplate and rotor; three shielded bearings plus on roller bearing; aluminum spool; Varispeed oscillation; ported handle shank; Dyna-Balance; and Power Roller II. For use in fresh- or saltwater with mono, fluoro or braid.
- Propulsion Spool Lip
- Graphite Frame
- Graphite Sideplate
- Graphite Rotor
- Aluminum Spool
- Varispeed Oscillation
- Ported Handle Shank
- Super Stopper II
- Power Roller II
- Fresh- or saltwater
- Use with mono, fluoro and braid
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Which fishing reel should I buy?
Shimano® Syncopate® FG Spinning Reels with Quick Fire II
Or the Shimano® Sienna® Rear Drag (RD) Spinning Reels
Or the Shimano® Sienna® front Drag (FD) Spinning Reels
• Super Stopper II: Super Stopper II anti-reverse uses a one-way bearing that eliminates back play. This provides the angler with instant hooksetting power. In some reels, the Super Stopper II can be turned off to allow backreeling for special techniques and situations.
• Quick Fire II: A system used for easy and fast one-handed casting. The line and trigger self-center, and are within easy grasp of the angler's index finger. By pulling the line and the trigger with one hand, the bail opens and is ready to be cast.
There are two types of drag systems available on spinning reels: front and rear drag. Basically, this refers to the location of the drag controls, but there are some additional differences between the two styles. Front-drag systems generally feature multiple, large drag washers that offer increased durability and performance in comparison to rear-drag models. Rear-drag controls are easier to access (especially when fighting fish) yet they do not stand up as well to large, hard fighting fish species.
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