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Daiwa RX LT 5000-C $35 (Was $65) + Shipping ($0 with $99 Order) @ BCF


pretty good for the price

The Daiwa RX LT Spinning Reels bring the LT concept to the RX range - which means far less weight without sacrificing strength. It all comes down to the newly designed body. Daiwa have improved the package with a sleeker, more compact design that doesn’t remove strength from the key areas.

Inside is Daiwa’s Tough Digigear, giving you a smooth-casting reel that’ll deliver consistent performance for longer. The aluminium machine spool design carries the ATD drag for fantastic performance. Strong, durable, and lightweight.

1+1 Stainless steel ball bearings
Smooth Digigear drive with 5.2:1 gear ratio
12kg maximum drag
Reel weight 345G

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  • Would this work on a 12ft surf rod? My cheap reel broke yesterday

    • Had the same question, however mine had a 6000 Shakespeare real on it, I've seen larger reels on such rods, not sure if this will do, I'd be interested in others opinions too

    • This is a shallow spool by the looks of it. Not what id use for a beach rod.

      I don't know how often you go fishing, but a nice reel is so nice to use. I have some cheap Jarvis walker. While it works, it's like there are rocks in the real compared to my uncles old reel which feels like it's full of clouds. Not sure what he has unfortunately, but it's glorious in comparison to mine =P

    • For the usual target species (salmon, tailor, dart etc) it'll be fine. Don't expect it to last ages or cast a million miles

  • +1

    this is what you want for a semi decent beach reel (if using big baits) https://www.bcf.com.au/p/penn-spinfisher-650ssm-spinning-ree...

  • I would probably go for this if its for a beach rod, its from the same family only a larger spool and the same price 950SSM

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