Daiwa Sealine SG-3B Line Counter Reels

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Daiwa Sealine SG-3B Line Counter Reels is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Daiwa Sealine SG-3B Line Counter Reels
Daiwa Sealine SG-3B Line Counter Reels
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The Daiwa® Sealine® SG-3B Line Counter Reels feature a direct-drive, built-in line counter that measures line in feet, so you’ll know exactly how much line you have out at any given time. The 3 ball bearing design and Ultimate Tournament Carbon drag allow for a smooth and consistent performance. The one-piece composite frame and machined aluminum spool hold up in both saltwater and freshwater.

FEATURES:

  • Direct drive built-in line counter (measures in feet)
  • Automatic, self-engaging clutch
  • Machined aluminum spool
  • Ultimate Tournament Carbon drag
  • One-piece composite frame
  • 3 Ball Bearings
  • Counterbalanced handle
  • Helical cut gears
  • Spool clicker
  • Brand: Daiwa
  • Country of Origin: Imported

Web ID: 15DAIUSLNSG3B27LCREE

Tech Specs:

ModelGear Ratio Line Capacity (yd/lb)Inches per TurnMax DragWeight
SG27LC3B4.2:1450/12, 30/14, 210/2024.4” 15.4 lbs. 16.2 oz
SG47LC3B4.2:1480/14, 280/20, 230/2524.4” 15.4 lbs. 17.5 oz
Rated 5 out of 5 by from he love this reel! this is replacing a much older one that broke when he had a big catch on it...so disappointing! This one will ensure that he can go back and get the "one that got away"!
Date published: 2016-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid workhouse on my boat. Using 2 for wire dipsy set-up 2 for downrigger for 11" flasher/fly combo and also have 8 SG27 and 4 SG57 reels besides these 4 SG47 reels. I've been very happy with the drag's performance pulling mag dipsy, planner boards with up to 10 color lead. The 57 reels have a higher ratio 6.1:1 which I used on the 10 and 7 color lead core making reeling in much better then my Penn 309 which are under 3:1 ratio. Besides Walleye rigs with SG27 I also have two for Braid Dipsy reels using Power Pro 40 lb line. On dipsy braid or wire set-up loosen drag till it just stops creeping on waves so when a mature king hits you let it run some to tire em out before making ground. I do this with planner boards as well. Always check drags and having a sticky drag can mean loosing $$ as you break your line. Add up all the hardware/tackle attached to your line and it will make your reels look cheap if you break off a few full sets due to hard hitting fish and sticking drags. I've never had any problem with these reels even the ones I have had for years. I am too busy to maintain everything I own each winter so it is comforting to know it just works as it should. Worth the extra price for quality units you can rely on. I like the Daiwa SG line better then Okuma and other brands and not as spendy as Shimano's. Been on enough boats with other gear to decide what I didn't want to deal with. Drag issues, Line counters that stick, and other issues reduce your confidence in getting that nice fish in the boat or having your spread not right as your line counter isn't performing as it should so you can't repeat the set-up that is working. (Do max out the line and verify 50 ft is 50 ft before cutting off). Some might say more reel then I need for the amount of times on the water (salmon fishing about 12-15 times / year, walleye fishing 20-30 times), but I'm still using my Dad's old reel and some older Made in the USA Penn 309 because back then they bought quality as well. My uncle I had a reel that had more problems getting the king to the boat and while that was the best memory for me growing up catching that King, I never forgot how that reel almost lost us the fish. Tight lines and large fish landed.
Date published: 2017-11-22
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