A smartly priced reel that can match the performance of many more expensive models. The Carbon Light Material Housing was designed with the LT concept of light but tough, in mind. The carbon-based material is light yet very strong making the reel easy to manage over the long haul. A machined aluminum handle is a comfortable, strong connection to the main gear of the spinning reel. The Air Rotor and Air Bail designs reduce the weight, yet efficiently disperse the pressure of the line over the bail to the whole part. The reel is extremely smooth utilizing 5 ball bearings and 1 roller bearing to maximize performance. In a world of you get what you pay for, the Daiwa Exceler LT series of reels gives you more design technology and concept than reels twice the price.
Daiwa Exceler LT Features:
Air Bail: Hollow, tubular stainless steel bail for maximum rigidity and strength with minimum weight
- Air Rotor: Lighter, stronger, and more balanced than any other rotor system delivers the ultimate reel sensitivity and rotational balance
- ATD-Drag: Daiwa's Automatic Tournament Drag reduces initial drag start-up inertia for a smoother drag from the initial hook up
- Carbon Light Body: Extra-strong carbon-based composite material, lighter and tougher than ordinary graphite
- Machine Cut Handle: Slimmer, more compact, and 50% lighter
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Species: BurbotCommon CarpCrappieGarGoldeyeLake WhitefishPanfish / BluegillSaugerSplakeTroutWalleyeWhite BassYellow Perch
Techniques: BobbersCrappie Dock ShootingCrappie Long Lining (Pulling/Trolling)Crappie Sniping (Casting/Single Poling)Crappie Spider Rigging Hard Topwater (Prop)Inline SpinnersLipless CrankbaitsLive Bait RigsMicro CrankbaitsSpybaitsTrolling Deep (20+')Trolling Shallow (0-9')Vertical Jigging Deep (20+')Vertical Jigging Mid Depth (10-19')Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9')
DAIWA EXCELER LT SPINNING REEL
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