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Pflueger Trion LP Baitcasting Reel - $99.95

http://www.***.com/descpageRLCPFLUEGER-PTCR.html#

Pflueger Purist Casting Reel 8 Bearing - $79.95

http://www.***.com/descpageRLCPFLUEGER-PPBCR.html

Abu Garcia Pro Max Casting Reel - $79.99

http://www.***.com/descpageRLCABUGAR-AGPM.html

Abu Garcia REVO S Casting Reel - $109.99

http://www.***.com/descpageRLCABUGAR-AGRS.html#

Daiwa Strikeforce H Casting Reel - $49.95

http://www.***.com/descpageRLCDAIWA-TSFHC.html#

Daiwa Megaforce Casting Reels - $69.95

http://www.***.com/descpageRLCDAIWA-DMF.html#

Daiwa Exceler Casting Reels - $79.95

http://www.***.com/descpageRLCDAIWA-DEC.html#

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Hmm...

You haven't been paying attention: S-H-I-M-A-N-0

::)

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While I can't tell you which reel to get, I can tell you which one NOT to buy. Don't bother with the Daiwa Megaforce. A quick search for "Megaforce" will give you all info you need.

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Anything Shimano.

Revo a distant second.

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Save up a few more bucks an go with a revo sx $159.00. The revo s has a six pin brake which is fine if you're a shimano guy. The revo sx has a mag brake that out preforms the s model, plus a couple more bearings.

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Hmm...

You haven't been paying attention: S-H-I-M-A-N-0

::)

Some people's kids   :)

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what's with all the canned answers spewing the same biases? everytime someone asks about gear, it turns into a ticking contest between brands? ::)

snapper, the best advice i can give you is this. among your choices, narrow it down to the models with a one-piece aluminum frame (versus a graphite frame). i've found that makes the single biggest difference in feel and durability in this range of sub-$100 reels.

then, i also recommend that you consider size and weight of the reel. i'd go for the smallest and lightest one that fits best in the palm of your hand. over time, if you fish a lot, i think you really appreciate this.

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What that Mook just before me said ;D

pflueger buddies forever!!!ROFLMAO!!!seriously folks,the trions at $99 compete with and outcast reels costing twice as much.

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