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Pinnacle Vision Slyder Or Pinnacle Coda Xlt

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I have 60 dollars in store credit there. I need a 7.0:1 reel to go on a lightning rod mainly for frogs for now. Any experience or advice with this. I plan to get it tomorrow. I know the slyder is in stock, the other...not so much, but 4 walmarts are close by to me

64 dollars-- +4 not including tax(over budget)

Pinnacle Fishing Coda CD10XLT Baitcast Reel

  • The one-piece graphite frame is extremely strong yet light weight. Its super high speed 7.0 to 1 gear ratio recovers 30 inches of line per handle turn and the magnetic cast control virtually eliminates backlash. Expect rock-solid hook sets with Unlimited Anti Reverse.
  • 10 Stainless Steel Bearings
  • Reinforced Light Weight Graphite Frame
  • Fully Adjustable Magnetic Cast Control System
  • Super High Speed 7.0:1 Gear Ratio
  • Unlimited Anti Reverse
  • Double Anodized Machined Aluminum Spool
  • Titanium Shielded Line Guide
  • Quick Access Removable Side Plate
  • Multi Stack Drag Washers
  • Audible Click Star Drag

47.18 on clearance from 59

Pinnacle Fishing Vision Finesse Slyder SYF10X Baitcast Reel
  • The new Pinnacle Vision Finesse Slyder reel will allow you to feel the bottom and control bait movement with your thumb. Entice fish to strike with finesse movements of the bait. Ideal for fishing plastics, jigs, or drop shot.
  • Exclusive Finesse Sliding Dial
  • 6 Bearings including 1 Roller Bearing
  • 7.0:1 Super High Speed Gear Ratio
  • Unlimited Anti Reverse
  • Ported Machined Aluminum Spool
  • Fully Adjustable Magnetic Cast Control with 5 Magnets

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The main benefit to the less expensive reel is it leaves me money to buy line. It also has that nifty finesse fishing wheel on it. I was able to find a review for it on tackle tour and a youtube video(slyder). The coda = nada. Im coming from a platinum plus combo, so would these feel better overall?

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I got the slyder, Walmart had it for 59, they don't honor online pricing. Bought some power pro. The other one wasn't in stock. I may hold off on opening just in case I go to the other and it's there based on your recs

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I have 60 dollars in store credit there. I need a 7.0:1 reel to go on a lightning rod mainly for frogs for now. Any experience or advice with this. I plan to get it tomorrow. I know the slyder is in stock, the other...not so much, but 4 walmarts are close by to me

64 dollars-- +4 not including tax(over budget)

Pinnacle Fishing Coda CD10XLT Baitcast Reel

  • The one-piece graphite frame is extremely strong yet light weight. Its super high speed 7.0 to 1 gear ratio recovers 30 inches of line per handle turn and the magnetic cast control virtually eliminates backlash. Expect rock-solid hook sets with Unlimited Anti Reverse.
  • 10 Stainless Steel Bearings
  • Reinforced Light Weight Graphite Frame
  • Fully Adjustable Magnetic Cast Control System
  • Super High Speed 7.0:1 Gear Ratio
  • Unlimited Anti Reverse
  • Double Anodized Machined Aluminum Spool
  • Titanium Shielded Line Guide
  • Quick Access Removable Side Plate
  • Multi Stack Drag Washers
  • Audible Click Star Drag

47.18 on clearance from 59

Pinnacle Fishing Vision Finesse Slyder SYF10X Baitcast Reel
  • The new Pinnacle Vision Finesse Slyder reel will allow you to feel the bottom and control bait movement with your thumb. Entice fish to strike with finesse movements of the bait. Ideal for fishing plastics, jigs, or drop shot.
  • Exclusive Finesse Sliding Dial
  • 6 Bearings including 1 Roller Bearing
  • 7.0:1 Super High Speed Gear Ratio
  • Unlimited Anti Reverse
  • Ported Machined Aluminum Spool
  • Fully Adjustable Magnetic Cast Control with 5 Magnets

wink.gif

The main benefit to the less expensive reel is it leaves me money to buy line. It also has that nifty finesse fishing wheel on it. I was able to find a review for it on tackle tour and a youtube video(slyder). The coda = nada. Im coming from a platinum plus combo, so would these feel better overall?

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The Slyder casts really well and his hard to backlash. It's not the smoothest of reels overall but it's not bad. I never used the Slyder feature though. It sounds like the other Pinnacle might be a good choice.

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The slyder seems to have alot of good reviews as Im looking online. Theres a write up on tackle tour for it where it got a good rating. I cant find much on the other reel other than walmart where people said it makes noise. Ill stick to this I guess I dont expect it to feel like my citica I have 90 days to return anyway tongue.gif if things arent kosher

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The slyder seems to have alot of good reviews as Im looking online. Theres a write up on tackle tour for it where it got a good rating. I cant find much on the other reel other than walmart where people said it makes noise. Ill stick to this I guess I dont expect it to feel like my citica I have 90 days to return anyway tongue.gif if things arent kosher

Good job on purchasing the Slyder. The finesse wheel is great when the bass are sluggish and when they want a faster presentation the 7.0:1 gear ratio gives you the speed you need when the fish are really active. The Slyder basically allows you to fish whatever techniques are required on any given time of day.

Good luck!

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Good job on purchasing the Slyder. The finesse wheel is great when the bass are sluggish and when they want a faster presentation the 7.0:1 gear ratio gives you the speed you need when the fish are really active. The Slyder basically allows you to fish whatever techniques are required on any given time of day.

Good luck!

Do you think its better than the other choice even with less bearings?

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Do you think its better than the other choice even with less bearings?

Hi Diggy,

I love the finesse wheel on the Slyder...it really does work and it's our version to Daiwa's Twitchin' Bar and don't worry, the reel will function just as smoothly as the Coda regarding the bearings. I would have made the same choice.

Good luck!

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All I needed to hear, thanks

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