Can you walk and chew gum at the same time? Okay, that one was easy. But when trolling can you grab the rod, fight the fish and reel in your downriggers at the same time? Ah hah. That gets a little trickier.Sometimes it’s not such a bad idea to have a levelwind feature on your downrigging reels so all you have to think about is winding frantically. Nor does it hurt to have a solid, one-piece graphite frame, a large drag surface and your choice of lever drag on the Charter Special or star drag on the TRN. And you can even use both reels for light saltwater applications. Overall, it just makes the whole process a lot less complicated. Ideal for downrigging because it has a heavy-duty levelwind that lets you concentrate on catching the fish. Strength and total resistance to corrosion is brought about by the graphite/titanium frame. Durability is further ensured with a stainless steel reel foot, stainless steel main and pinion gear, an aluminum spool, a ball bearing drag, and a power knob and handle. Approved for use in saltwater. This Shimano TRN100G Triton Conventional Saltwater Reel Levelwind is ready to be filled with mono, fluorocarbon or PowerPro fishing line. Its sturdy graphite frame and aluminum spool make it a great addition to any fisherman’s gear.
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Gear Ratio: 4.3:1, hand orientation: right, multiplier fishing reel
Mono line capacity (lbs/yd): 12/390,14/330,17/250
PowerPro line capacity (lbs/yd): 40/410,50/405,65/390
Line retrieve per crank: 25 inch
Weight: 12.5 ounce, Bearings: 1 ARB, dragforce: 14.0 lbs