- 10 Ball Bearings + 1 Roller Bearing Provides Smooth Operation
- CNC Machined Spool Light but Strong
- Carbon Fiber Drag System Provides Powerful Performance
- CNC Machined Aluminum Handle Left/Right Interchangeable
- Soft Touch EVA Handle
- High-Speed Gear Ratio Provides Quicker Rotate Performance
WR2000: 0.18mm-170m/ 0.20mm-140m/ 0.22mm-115m
WR3000: 0.20mm-185m/ 0.22mm-150m/ 0.25mm-120m
1 x Fishing Reel
1 x Spare Spool
Q. Which is best, a baitcaster or a spinning reel?
A. If you're learning to fish, a spinning reel has an easier learning curve. However, beginners soon discover they want more control than a spinning reel offers.
Learning to cast takes a little practice, but a spinning reel seldom gives beginners any problems. Baitcasters are great reels. They allow you to cast heavier lures or baits over longer distances, and with more accuracy – but there's a knack to using them. Many experienced anglers prefer a baitcaster, but they do take time to master.
Some anglers buy both: a spinning reel when going for fish under 10 pounds and a baitcaster for catching fish over that size. There are always exceptions, and debate certainly occurs between one angler and another. Much of the fun of angling is trying different rigs. As you gain experience, you'll develop your own preferences.
Q. What is backlash?
A. Backlash happens when the bait stops moving forward, but line still flows off the reel. With nowhere to go, you get a big tangle, often called a bird’s nest. It can happen with any reel – particularly if you're casting into the wind – but mostly it's a problem for those new to baitcaster reels. Their action demands more control. Lot's of fishing books and websites offer good advice, but the bottom line is, get plenty of practice!