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Lew’s Tournament Pro Speed Spool Baitcast Reel RH

$143.81

Lew’s Tournament Pro Speed Spool Baitcast Reel. Sleek. Slim. Lighweight. Built for serious fishing. Its 11-ball bearing system makes for smooth casting and retrieving, and its ZeroReverse one-way clutch is built for “catching,” not just fishing. You’re in total control with Lew’s MSB braking system. More: 1-Pc. die cast aluminum frame; 11 double-shielded premium stainless steel bearings; Aircraft-grade machine forged Duralumin drilled and anodized spool and gear system; External-adjust Multi-Setting Brake (MSB) dual magnetic / centrifugal cast control; ZeroReverse one-way clutch bearing; Easily removable palming side plate; Right-side spool tension adjustment with audible click; Rugged carbon composite drag system with audible click star drag; Lightweight graphite side plates; External lube port; Titanium-coated zirconia line guide. State Model. Model: TP1S, Bearings: 10+1, Line Capacity (yds./lb.): 150/12, Gear Ratio: 5.4:1, Max Drag: 14 lbs., Weight: 6.7 ozs., Retrieve: R. Model: TP1H, Bearings: 10+1, Line Capacity (yds./lb.): 120/12, Gear Ratio: 6.4:1, Max Drag: 14 lbs., Weight: 6.7 ozs., Retrieve: R. Model: TP1SH, Bearings: 10+1, Line Capacity (yds./lb.): 120/12, Gear Ratio: 7.1:1, Max Drag: 14 lbs., Weight: 6.7 ozs., Retrieve: R. Order Today! Lew’s Tournament Pro Speed Spool Baitcast Reel, RH

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Product Description

  • 10+1 Bearings
  • Gear Ratio: 6.4:1
  • Line Capacity: 12/120
  • Right Hand
  • Weight: 6.7 ounces

1 review for Lew’s Tournament Pro Speed Spool Baitcast Reel RH

  1. :

    Sweet Reeling, September 12, 2011
    By spintothewall
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    This review is from: Lew’s Tournament Pro Speed Spool Baitcast Reel RH (Sports)
    I bought this reel and the regular Speed Spool. Both reels are very smooth, but the Pro has some nice enhancements, such as clickers on the drag and cast control knob. One thing I really like about the Pro is the dual braking systems–magnetic and centrifugal. Most of the time I use one tab on the centrifugal VBS without any magnetic braking, but with some lures I’ll need a little magnetic braking to optimize the cast. I leave the cast control knob as loose as I can. The spool spins very freely but out of curiosity I removed both braking systems, which is easy to do, to see how difficult it would be to control. While I could manage without using the cast control knob in this configuration, it took too much concentration to prevent backlashes and my thumb was not good enough to cast as far as I could with some variable braking. But if you like a very free spinning spool, you’ll be pleased with this reel. Beyond that the reel is incredibly smooth and has been a joy to use. My neighbor has Curados, which don’t come even close to either of the Lew’s reels. The Pro also is very small and light but still feels substantial in my hand. I’ve used the reel for a few months but haven’t had very many fish exercise the drag, but every time it kicked in it was very smooth. I don’t have any complaints about this reel, and I can’t imagine anyone being disappointed with it. In fact, I’ve been shopping around for another reel and wanted to get something different–just to have something different–but I’ve returned to Amazon today to order another lew’s TP. The only other reels that interests me are the Shimano’s with the electronic braking systems, but those are more than 3 times the price of the TP. Enjoy

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