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Shimano Tiagra Conventional 2-Speed Saltwater Reels

   

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TI130A

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2.2:1/1:1

Line Capacity:
130/1000

Braid Capacity:
200/2770

Ball Bearings:
6

Max Drag:
99 Lbs.

Recovery:
39.0"/22.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
174.1
  • $1,249.99

  • SKU: 1905512

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TI16

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3.9:1/1.7:1

Line Capacity:
16/980

Braid Capacity:
50/1210

Ball Bearings:
6

Max Drag:
29 Lbs.

Recovery:
36.0"/16.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
37.9
  • $459.99

  • SKU: 989235

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TI30A

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3.9:1/1.7:1

Line Capacity:
30/700

Braid Capacity:
50/1805

Ball Bearings:
4

Max Drag:
34 Lbs.

Recovery:
41.0"/18.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
52.4
  • $529.99

  • SKU: 1156423

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TI30W LRSA

Right

3.9:1/1.7:1

Line Capacity:
50/570

Braid Capacity:
100/865

Ball Bearings:
4

Max Drag:
34 Lbs.

Recovery:
41.0"/18.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
55.6
  • $569.99

  • SKU: 1156424

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TI50A

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3.1:1/1.3:1

Line Capacity:
50/600

Braid Capacity:
100/900

Ball Bearings:
4

Max Drag:
38 Lbs.

Recovery:
37.0"/15.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
83.4
  • $579.99

  • SKU: 1156425

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TI50W LRSA

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3.1:1/1.3:1

Line Capacity:
80/550

Braid Capacity:
100/1235

Ball Bearings:
4

Max Drag:
44 Lbs.

Recovery:
37.0"/15.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
86.3
  • $659.99

  • SKU: 1156427

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TI80WA

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2.5:1/1.3:1

Line Capacity:
80/950

Braid Capacity:
100/2445

Ball Bearings:
4

Max Drag:
44 Lbs.

Recovery:
37.0"/19.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
115.2
  • $869.99

  • SKU: 1156428

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Shimano's® Tiagra® Conventional 2-Speed Saltwater Reels deliver the smooth and unrelenting power today's performance-minded big game fisherman rely on. Every Tiagra Conventional Saltwater Reel is machined from solid 7mm pipe stock aluminum for relentless strength and secure alignment under duress. Features smooth push-button shifting backed by permanently lubed A-RB® Anti-Rust Bearings for easy handling at all times. Traditional style drag curves on most models provide an area of low drag pressure just above strike level—great for holding baits in the wake, but light enough to reduce the chances of pulling the hook out of the fish's mouth. LRS models feature a special drag curve for fishing heavy lines with extra-tight drag settings.

  • Specially treated A-RB Anti-Rust Bearings
  • Metal frames keep moving parts in precise alignment
  • PermaLube® lubrication for effortless freespooling
  • Ratcheting drag lever
  • Twin Disk Drag System (Ti16 and Ti130 only) for a wider range of settings
  • Ergonomic power grip with soft, nonslip Septon® grip (except Ti16)


Features include:

  • Specially treated A-RB Anti-Rust Bearings—at least 10 times more corrosion resistant than standard stainless steel bearings
  • Metal frames keep moving parts in precise alignment for increased efficiency and durability
  • PermaLube lubrication for effortless freespooling and long-term protection
  • Ratcheting drag lever eliminates play due to boat vibration
  • Twin Disk Drag System (Ti16 and Ti130 only) effectively doubles the drag surface for a wider range of settings and increased durability
  • Offset ergonomic power grip with soft, nonslip Septon® grip (all models except Ti12 and Ti16) allows natural hand, arm and wrist angles for greater power and comfortLine recovery in inches per handle turn.
Shimano Tiagra Conventional 2-Speed Saltwater Reels 4.7 5 9 9
Shimano vs Avet-Pro I own a Shimano Tiagra 50WLRA a Penn VS70 and 2 Avet-Pro EXW50/2 reels. The Avet-Pro is by far the better reel for the money. The Avet has more line capacity, higher and smoother drag, and is just as durible as Penn or Shimano. The Avet is lighter weight and comes in a variety of colors, plus Avet is made in America. I'll take the Avet any day and I always hope the bigger fish hit on my Avet while I'm out trolling. June 5, 2013
TI-16 is worth the green best conventional reel I ever bought. Its light weight compared to what you can pull in. I spooled 200 yards 80lb power pro and finished it off with 50lb momoi brilliant blue mono and havent seen the braid since. July 5, 2009
Shimano Tiagra 30 wide spool WSLRA I enjoy trolling as much as the next guy, but hate being strapped to the chair. So, I went with the Tiagra 30 Wide spool so I could fight the fish standing up, with a harness of course. The Tiagra is widely known as one of the top 2-speed reels in the industry. The 30-wide, is a big game reel that has great line capacity without being bulky and unbalanced. Its weight, size and balance while fighting with big fish, were the main reasons I choose the reel. I was able to spool it with 550 yards of hollow-braid and spliced 50 yards of knotless top-shot. Shimano has recently upgraded its design with an ergonomic handle and longer lasting bearings. Whether it billfish, tuna, or other giant creatures of the deep, I know I have the right reel by my side. Buy it, you wont be disappointed, but you will probably want more than one. July 12, 2006
Best Stand Up Reel? I own 2 of the Tiagra 50 long range reels and have them loaded with 80# braid. I use them along with wind on leaders for most big fish such as marlin and tuna. The 2 speed feature is very useful when one goes deep and sulks...working them up is a little easier on me now. The drags are very smooth and the line capacity is wonderful. I think they hold about 1400 yds of 80# braid, which has kept me from being spooled for the last 5 years, which is when I started using these. I highly recommend these reels if you fish for the big stuff with stand up. June 16, 2007
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i fish offshore bluewater for king mackerel cobia dolphin,etc. and use only pro-line 300 yds+ 50 lb. test. cost is not a factor.
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Ti30A it's just a bit bigger than the ti16
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I own a Shimano Tiagra 50WLRA a Penn VS70 and 2 Avet-Pro EXW50/2 reels . I regularly catch 70lb. wahoo and 300 lb. yellowfin tuna. In my opinion you should look at the Avet line of reels, you get a whole lot more for your money. If I would have bought the Avet first it would be the only brand I own. Avet-Pro EXW30 would be more than enough for the fish you are after.
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Can the small Shimano Ti16 be an exelant surf reel for rays and other fish
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It's a great reel,but the max.drag is a shy of 29 lbs. and if your sting rays are 45-100 lbs,then your going to spend a lot of wasted time babying it in for the catch.I would at least get a reel that can handle the right drag in it specs. that will hold in the drag higher and a lot better. Maybe the TI80WA model in the 44 max drag lbs. or one in the Penn at least 80 lbs.of drag.
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Yes, the smaller reel would be a good surf reel.
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