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Shimano® Torium™ Reels

   

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TOR16

Right

6.2:1

Line Capacity:
16/450

Braid Capacity:
50/510

Ball Bearings:
3+1

Max Drag:
22 Lbs.

Recovery:
46.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
22.4

TOR20

Right

6.2:1

Line Capacity:
20/420

Braid Capacity:
50/715

Ball Bearings:
3+1

Max Drag:
22 Lbs.

Recovery:
46.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
22.8

TOR30

Right

6.2:1

Line Capacity:
25/420

Braid Capacity:
50/760

Ball Bearings:
3+1

Max Drag:
22 Lbs.

Recovery:
46.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
23.3

TOR50

Right

4.9:1

Line Capacity:
40/490

Braid Capacity:
100/540

Ball Bearings:
3+1

Max Drag:
30 Lbs.

Recovery:
43.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
33.2

TOR14

Right

6.2:1

Line Capacity:
14/300

Braid Capacity:
40/365

Ball Bearings:
3+1

Max Drag:
13 Lbs.

Recovery:
36.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
15.7
  • Geared for speed and efficiency
  • 1-piece die-cast aluminum frame
  • Exclusive High Efficiency Gearing (HEG®)
  • A-RB® (Anti-Rust Bearings)
  • 1 roller bearing with Super Stopper® anti-reverse
  • Dartainium drag
  • Oversized clicker
  • Cast control knob

Shimano's heavy-duty Torium Reels are geared for maximum speed and efficiency. Each Torium Reel incorporates a tough one-piece die-cast aluminum frame, connected to a sturdy all-aluminum right side-plate and aluminum braced graphite non-handle sideplate. Shimano’s innovative High Efficiency Gearing (HEG®) ensures quick retrieves with no loss of power, matching 3 A-RB® corrosion-resistant ball bearings with a Super Stopper® anti-reverse roller bearing. Oversized clicker and cast control knob; non-slip Septon™ ergonomic handle with adjustable shank for extra torque when you need it.

Line recovery in inches per handle turn.

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Torium 20 Awesome reel ! They cast great and can handle a lot of drag pressure. April 27, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Smooth! This is the best real for the money! I used last weekend on the back-side of Catalina and caught some bass, nothing that big but the Shimano Torium is very easy to use and works under any condiitonns. A multifunctional reel. March 24, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by power reel I bought the TOR30 reel last year after comparing several others, went in to bass pro to look at it myself. I was looking for a reel that I could cast from the boat and that had extra power to reel in the monsters. the 6.3:1 gearing is exceptional. The reel did not disapoint. It is very smooth on the cast using power pro braid, and the retr. is quick and smooth as well. From 250' depth to top water fishing the reel proforms great. Weight is not that bad if you consider the size & line cap, and if paired with the right rod can be balanced quite easilly. I paired mine with a Shimano 7' tallus casting rod. Gears feel solid, as expected from a shimano. If you can aford it, it is a good reel for the price. And you get what you pay for from shimano. This is NOT a beginers reel by nomeans, more suited for seasoned anglers. May 11, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jigging Reels I bought a couple of Torium 20's for my clients to use when I take them vertical jigging for snapper, grouper, and reef donkeys (aj's), mostly because they were cheap...I have to say I've been very impressed I've gotten three years of hard use out of them, they don't owe me anything. I had some Daiwa saltist before and they were peices of junk, the freespool levers always broke, I wouldn't use a daiwa saltist for a boat anker. This coming from a guide with almost 15 years of experience. February 5, 2010
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get something bigger
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It depends on the size, type of shark, and the crew as much as anything. If your crew will crank the boat up and chase it so that you can recover line then you should be able to wear most sharks down with this reel. If you are fishing from the bank or a charter boat then the bigger the reel the less you will be spooled. My favorite for sea monsters is the Penn Torque because it is like putting a winch on your fishing rod.
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What is the main difference between the Tor 14 and the Tor 16? I plan on spooling with 50 lb Spectra. Which would work better for casting a 6 ounce swim/jig for Ling Cod off the California coast. What would be a good rod for either of these reels? I presently use a Tor30 spooled with 80 lb spectra for Rock Cod. Thank you
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In the end it's only about line capacity, if I were you I'd get the larger reel (Torium 16) Only because if you want to use it for something else it has the capacity to do this.
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The diferences between the Tor 14 and Tor 16 are the reel weight 15.7oz vs 22.4oz, Maximum Drag Full 13lb vs Full 22lb and braided line capacity 225 yds./65 lb vs 260 yds./80 lb. The Torium 16 would be your best choice when using the 6 oz. lure. Please consider the Offshore Angler™ Ocean Master® IM7 Light Tackle Series Casting Rod, 38-164-302-00.
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Also, what would be a good rod for the Tor20?
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The Torium is right hand retrieve only. Please consider the Ocean Master Light Tackle rod 38-164-302-00 .
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The Shimano® Torium™ Reels are right hand only.
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Recommended amount of line. If you don't put enough line on a reel then it will affect performance. Please note that line that says "Braid" has a smaller diameter so you will need more of it.
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This refers to the number of inches of line recovered with each full revolution of the reel's handle.
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Line retrieved per crank of the handle, in terms of the complete rotation of the handle...
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Line recovery is the amount of line a reel retreives per handle rotation.
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does anyone know how this thing could handle casting heavy chunks baits ( 6 + ounces of lead and bait) from the surf?
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this is a lever drag reel. if you wanted to use this in the surf, you would have to use a kayak to get the baits out, you cannot cast.
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It's not ideal for casting - better for bottom fishing or trolling. For the ultimate in casting heavy baits from the surf, go with either a Shimano Stella or Van Staal spinning reel. Shimano Sustain is also a great choice. A spinning reel will work best for casting heavy baits from the surf.
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I throw baits with a pound or pound and a half of lead to hold my sturgeon baits in the heavy current. They cast very well.
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Awesome I chunk sometimes for king's with my toriums...
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