Shimano® Triton Graphite Levelwinds Reels

   

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TRN-200G

Right

4.3:1

Line Capacity:
14/480

Ball Bearings:
1

Max Drag:
14 Lbs.

Recovery:
25.0"

Reel Weight (oz):
13.2
  • Quick 4.3:1 gear ratio
  • Ball bearing drive
  • Titanium drag system
  • 1-pc. graphite titanium construction

Downrigging has its own special demands, and Shimano's Triton Levelwind Reel surpasses them. The Triton's quick 4.3:1 gear ratio allows you to clear lines quicker, keep up with speeding fish easier, and work lures better. Additional features include: ball bearing drive, titanium drag system and strong, lightweight, 1-piece, graphite titanium construction. Non-corrosive stainless steel main and pinion gears.

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by my favorite reel i bought this reel about a month ago i always use it in any situation, blackfish, stripebass, bluefish, and other saltwater fish.Its my favorite reel November 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by WORK HORSE!!!! When it boils down to it all, in the charter biz full-time in Florida I need bullet proof tackle. And believe me, most of my clients don't know the difference between a $300 reel or a $50 reel. What they want is Fish in the boat! From 50 pound Redfish, Sharks, and monster Black Drum this reel is a work horse. And with a few ounces of lead, even casts a country mile. I got rid of all my fancy reels and now use these exclusively. Matched with "Striper" and "Catfish" series Ugly Stiks. B_A_M! You're catching fish without loosing your pants. October 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Purchase Ever The Shimano Reel perform well beyound my expeciations, I plan on buying another one in the near future as soon as I get the other Down Rigger onboard. August 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good basic levelwind Matched it to a Tiger Stick. Nice combo and weight balance. Now I just need to catch a fish with it. April 27, 2012
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Leadcore Line

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Would 100 yds of 18# LEADCORE line fit better on the tr100 or tr200?
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I think a 100 yards of 18 lead core would probably fill a 100 pretty full. A 200 has a bit more wiggle room.
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If you are a biginner I would not use this reel to start out with, get one with a narrow spool for casting.
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You're going to have to start somewhere. Read about adjusting the spool and star drag for casting and it will lessen your frustration. I'm happy with its casting performance. From my seated position in my kayak I can cast 80-90' depending on the weight of what I'm casting.
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Personally I wouldn't blow this much money on just a reel if I was learning. I would spend the money on a smaller bait caster reel combo and learn from there. Principals are the same. Master the basics and then go bigger.
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I have used this reel in international casting compatitions, I didn't win but it was my first time competeing at that level(187 yds) just took out the level winde. there are no bearrings so the spool doesn't get away from you to fast. I also use this reel for plugging all over the south pacific. great for biginers.
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braided line

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how much braid line can the tr100 and tr200 hold
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Since the 200 holds 400 yards of 17# mono which is .40mm, it will hold almost 400 yards of 65# PowerPro, or 500 yards of 40# PowerPro, all you have to do is compare the mono line dia. and the braid dia, hope this helps.
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I back fill my tr200s with 40 lb mono, because 5-600 yards of braid can get expensive. I usually fill my spools about half way, and still have no problem getting 300 yards of power pro 65lb on.
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Depending on the poundage on the braided line. I Know 100lb test for Power Pro is equivalent to 20lb test mono line.
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The tr100 can hold about 400 yards of 40 pound braid
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¿your have in hand left?

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some models have left handed versions...just not this model apparently and many of the (same class conventional) reels bassproshop sells have left handed models and bassproshop doesn't offer them on their website for some reason
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 - Hopatcong, NJ
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I own 4 of these reels. Have never seen a left-handed model & have never heard of any left-handed reels being available in this reel family.

Tight Lines!
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Shimano is a Japanese company and these are made in Japan. And yes, Shimano has a great warrenty program.
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Were made in Japan (I have 4 of these). Now made in China. Unsure of current warranty.
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