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    Looking for new inshore reels #1027 02/27/08 09:21 AM
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    Currently have mostly Penn and Stradics.Want a change,not overly pleased with the Stradics and my Penns are all older but in great shape.I am looking at the Penn AF series(have not heard anything)Daiwa Tierra and Daiwa Sol. Any input or other suggestions?No Stradics.


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    Re: Looking for new inshore reels [Re: glalston] #1032 02/27/08 11:16 AM
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    I've been using the Team Daiwa Advantage reels since they hit the market. My Shimano MGs are saved for bass fishing. Since salt is so hard on reels, I look for something good, but not super expensive.

    I haven't used their Coastal Inshore reel or the Tierra, but would be interested in some reports.

    I usually match with an All Star 7' medium light to light action rod depending on the lure, and a 6'6" medium for topwaters.


    By the way, I'm talking baitcasters, not spinning. I usually only use spinning on finesse and some live bait.

    Re: Looking for new inshore reels [Re: FFF Staff] #1034 02/27/08 05:36 PM
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    I am looking at spinning.I do want to get a quality baitcaster along those same lines and practice.Right now I am leaning towards the Tierra.It seems to be the same frame as the Sol and Fuego but for a little cheaper.I am buying wholesale so that makes a big difference and of course gives me the chance to buy more stuff that I "NEED"At least that is what I tell my wife.


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