Team Daiwa® Legalis™ Spinning Reels
- Seven ball bearings plus roller bearing
- High-speed retrieve (up to 6.2 to 1)
- DigiGear™ II precision gearing
- Infinite Anti-Reverse®
- Advanced Locomotive Levelwind
- Lifetime bail spring
- Micro click front drag adjustment
- Lightweight composite body
- Aluminum ABS™ II spool
Rated 5 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ringtocage Awesome to catch the big guys I only fish a fixed amount, but when I do I always use this reel. I've caught anything from pike to bluegill on this one. I love it. June 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Johannes Mr. I have fished "all" my life and always kept it simple. I now have an appreciation for precisionly honed instruments like the Daiwa Legalis 300SH.It's very smooth, balanced, lightweight. It fits the hand perfectly. The quality is unmatched. It's flawless operation is undoubtedly the standard that others try to achieve June 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ACsciguy Very smooth - excellent value Very smooth reel with many upgraded features without the upgraded price. The only downside would be the lack of an extra spool. In this price range you will not fins a better reel. April 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ndblaikie BUY I bought this reel to pair with a Team Daiwa T spinning rod. This combo works really well, The reel is well built, can fit a ton of line on (4000 series) and has the strength to handle any big fish. I took this fishing in Florida and used it cranking for largemouth bass, throwing lures a country mile this reel is super smooth. It will not tire you out even though the 4000 series is large, it is super lightweight and a decent drag, fish beware! One thing I would have liked to have seen is a spare reel but for the price this reel is awesome. April 2, 2013
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Details:I plan on using it for crappie and bass mainly. Also, would it work well with crankbaits? What test lb line can it handle? Any other helpful info/tips would be appreciated. I thank you in advance.
A:I can answer a part of that question. It can handle any line amount from 8-20 as long as you get the appropriate rod.
Details:I'm looking at both of these for some bass fishing mostly and they both seem to be well liked. Being that I am new again to the sport I could really use some help. Thank you.
A:The years of trouble free operation of the Daiwa will far outweight other names in my opinion. But before you decide do alittle research on both reels. Ask friends if they have one and what do they think of them. And based on features,you're looking for, your use,of the product, and the care of your reels, make your decision only after thorough research. I think you will be happy with a Daiwa.
A:I'm in the same situation myself, but after researching I'm going with the Daiwa. To me, it appears the Daiwa provides slightly better quality and durability for the same price. Although, you probably can't go wrong with either one at this price. I have Daiwa currently, but different reel type, and it maybe the best reel I've ever owned.
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