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Lew's Super Duty Baitcast Reel
Dominate the underwater jungle with Lew's® Super Duty Baitcast Reel. With its integral aluminum frame, deep capacity spool, rugged brass gearing, and a solid 20 lbs. of drag power, this reel is built to go toe-to-toe with the biggest fish in the system. Heavy braid, oversized lures, and dense cover are the Super Duty's stock in trade, yet it handles with smooth, crisp precision on every cast. The premium feature list includes: 1-piece aluminum frame and handle sideplate; removable graphite palming sideplate with SoftTouch armor; combat-style thumb bar; braid-ready machined and double-anodized, 34mm deep capacity spool; titanium-coated line guide; high-strength brass gearing; 11-bearing system with double-shielded stainless steel bearings and Zero-Reverse; externally adjustable Magnetic Control System (MCS); rugged carbon fiber drag; audible click aluminum drag star; 95mm bowed aluminum "power crank" handle with high-leverage combat-style knobs; click-adjust spool tension knob. XHF and XHLF models feature Lew's flipping Speed Switch.
Built for big fish, big baits, braid, and heavy cover
1-piece aluminum frame and handle sideplate
Removable graphite palming sideplate with SoftTouch
Combat-style thumb bar
Braid-ready, 34mm deep capacity spool
Titanium-coated line guide
High-strength brass gearing
11-bearing system with Zero-Reverse
Double-shielded stainless steel bearings
External-adjust Magnetic Control System (MCS)
Rugged carbon fiber drag
Audible click aluminum drag star
95mm bowed aluminum "power crank" handle
High-leverage combat-style knobs
Click-adjust spool tension knob
Lew's flipping Speed Switch (XHF and XHLF models)
Web ID: 100038679
Rated 3 out of
Guntersville John from
Sorry I bought itFlipping switch broke after having it 13 months. Speed was great but without switch hard to flip.
Date published: 2019-08-03
Rated 5 out of
Great reelI have the high speed with the flipping switch. Used it for a punch reel and it is smooth and the drag is spot on. Punched a 6 and a 5 this weekend buried in the thick stuff and pulled them out without a bit of trouble. If you like to use a flipping switch this is the reel for you.
Can this reel be used for crankbaits and spinnerbaits?
Asked by: The Barbarian
For spinnerbaits, a moderate retrieve reel of around 6.3:1 ratio will perform adequately. Overall, the gear ratio of a reel can be chosen based on the size and style of the bait being used, but for someone who does not want to buy a specific reel to suit each individual technique, a reel that has a moderate fast gear ratio of approximately 6.3:1 is the best choice. Overall, the gear ratio of a reel can be chosen based on the size and style of the bait being used, but for someone who does not want to buy a specific reel to suit each individual technique, a reel that has a moderate fast gear ratio of approximately 6.3:1 is the best choice.
Answered by: BPSResource7
Date published: 2019-03-15
Can I use this for musky fishing? Burning bucktails and topwater baits??
Asked by: Btate398
Why not? Put it on the correct rod and game on!! You can put any line on it you want to.
Answered by: Rod Caster
Date published: 2019-01-24
Can you verify that this is a left handed reel be order in left handed model?
Asked by: TEC1
Thank you for your question! This reel comes in left-hand retrieve under Model #SDG1XHLF (sku 2438669).
Answered by: BPSProductSpecialist9
Date published: 2018-05-18
Can I use this reel to throw smaller tiger Muskie baits(under 3 ounces)?
Asked by: Wahunter21
Thanks for your inquiry! Yes, you can.
Answered by: BPSResource19
Date published: 2018-03-23
This is the reel with the flipping switch correct?
Asked by: Rachel664
Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, this reel comes with the Lew's flipping Speed Switch on the XHF and XHLF models.
Answered by: BPSResource11
Date published: 2018-01-13
Can this be used in Saltwater?
Asked by: badrice
Even that kind of reels take some damage from salt water over a long time. ... It will help to rinse your reel with freshwater after fishing, but it definitely is not a long-term solution. Generally, saltwater reels are made to catch bigger fish, that is the reason why they have bigger line capacity than freshwater ones.
When you get home from fishing, wet your towel with clean, fresh water. Use the towel to wipe off the outside of your reel, removing any salt or grime that built up over the day. Once the outside of your reel is cleaned off, it's time to move inside the reel. Pop the side plate open so you can remove the spool.
Answered by: BPSResource3
Date published: 2019-06-03
What is the weight of this new Lews reel?
Asked by: Kodeman
Thank you for choosing Bass Pro Shops. The manufacturer’s website shows 7.7 oz.