Shimano Spirex RG Rear Drag Spinning Reel
Rock-solid reliability meets advanced technology, now that the acclaimed Propulsion™ Line Management System has become standard even on the modestly-priced Shimano® Spirex® RG Rear Drag Spinning Reel. One of Shimano’s best-selling S®-Concept reels, it’s the hands-down favorite for walleye and smallmouth anglers who need a trouble-free reel with a dependable drag. Now smoother and longer-casting than ever! Features a graphite frame, sideplate and rotor; cold-forged aluminum spool; Varispeed® Oscillation; Fluidrive® II, Quick Fire II® one-hand casting system; Dyna-Balance®; and a ported handle shank. Now with 6 shielded stainless steel ball bearings for smooth performance all around.
- Rock-solid reliability meets advanced technology
- Hands-down favorite for walleye and smallmouth anglers
- Shimano S-Concept
- Graphite frame, sideplate and rotor
- Cold-forged aluminum spool
- Propulsion Line Mangement System
- Shimano S-Concept
Propulsion Line Mangement System: Five key components (spool lip, bail wire, roller, bail trip and cam) have been completely redesigned to reduce friction and promote uniformity of line movement. The result: more distance, less friction, fewer backlashes and wind knots, and greatly reduced line twist.
Dyna-Balance eliminates wobble on the retrieve by counter-balancing the rotor to enhance sensitivity and smoothness. 100% computer balanced!
Fluidrive gearing means that your reel was manufactured with the highest tolerances and utmost control in the gear-cutting process, to ensure a smooth, powerful retrieve every time.
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Also are there dimensions available for the three reel models? I should have got the 2500 or 4000. I do not remember seeing these options when I ordered. I see the line capacities but I'm wondering about the actual dimensions of the reel. How much bigger are the 2500 and 4000? Thanks.
All the models should return with the flip trigger at the index finger.
Also, the 1000 is a fine reel for a LOT of applications. I use 1000 size for bass fishing and saltwater. Have caught some beefy bass into the 7 pound range on the 1000 reel with no worries at all.
XL stands for extra limp..less spool memory.
XT stands for extra tough..more prone to spool memory "line loops seen after casting"
The XT is more durable against abrasions than the XL
The XL will cast better from smaller spools than the XT
How much do you have to spend? Does "feel" matter, or do you want an indestructible rod like an Ugly Stik Lite?
For all-around fishing, if budget were no issue, I'd recommend a Shimano Compre, or the new Shimano Clarus rods. IMHO, Shimano's over-the-counter lifetime warranty is unequaled.
On my Medium X-fast action Compres I can handle just about any fresh-water fish that swims...They're awesome rods. I've fished many other rods, and I choose to give my money to Shimano. Whether that'll always be the case remains to be seen.
If money IS an object and sensitivity is not a major issue, you can't go wrong with an Ugly Stik Lite. They're tough as nails, but not very sensitive, and they'll serve you a long time.
10 lb test/170 capacity,15 test /145 capacity, 30 test /95 capacity