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Sea Fishing Reels

If you like to spend your fishing time angling in the sea, you'll need a reliable reel that's designed to be used for fishing in salt water. With numerous types of sea fishing reels available, you may need a little extra information to help you decide which is best for you. Don't worry, there are new, used and a choice of branded reels to pick from, so there's bound to be something suitable.

Multiplier Reels

Multiplier fishing reels are a good option if you've mastered the basics of sea fishing and you feel ready to up your game and move onto something a little more difficult. If you have a lot of sea fishing experience under your belt then you may like to consider something aimed at advanced amateurs or someone competing in tournaments. The Daiwa Millionaire 7HT would be a good choice here, and you can find new reels to buy.

Multiplier reels are built specifically for right or left-handed anglers and cannot be interchanged. Both right and left-handed reels are available, so keep an eye out for this when choosing your reel.

Spinning/Open Face

If you're a new angler or if you prefer simplicity then a spinning reel may be the best choice for you. The variety of spinning reels, in terms of brand and conditions they're designed for, make them a very popular choice. You can find spinning/open face reels suitable for casting form the beach as well as reels that are designed for us a little way out to sea and further afield. There's a big selection of brands for you to choose from, including well-known names such as Shakespeare, Daiwa, Shimano and Abu Garcia.

Lightweight Reels

Perhaps your main concern is reducing the overall weight of your fishing rig, in which case you might like to opt for a lightweight reel specifically. You can find lightweight sea fishing reels such as the Penn Surfblaster II and the Daiwa Sealine Slosh SL30 available, giving you not only reduced weight but the reassurance that comes with a well-known brand.

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