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About Saltwater Fishing Reels:

Buying quality gear for saltwater fishing reels is essential, as lesser-built reels will have some protected components and some parts that are not, and some even use cheap plastic parts. These saltwater fishing reels are usually noticeably cheaper than their quality built competition, but remember that there is a great reel for everyone and every angler's individual wallet.

When looking into saltwater fishing reels especially that for big game fishing it's a great idea to do some scouting around and talking to local captains and guides. Some fish species that you wish to target might require certain gear functionalities such as gear ratios and the speed of the reel even as far as line capacity to be rather specific. Some fish have very soft mouths and require delicate drags and hook sets so rod and reel preference is something that you should know before looking into selecting new gear.

Not only do some fish require different types of specific gear, but also these techniques for fishing and requirements for catching them can vary even through just a small geographic area as water conditions clarity and cover change rapidly.

The players in the game for saltwater fishing reels are pretty much solely comprised of spinning and larger style trolling and baitcasting reels. The spinning reels for saltwater fishing reels are usually larger than those found in freshwater fishing and are also very commonly used based on their versatility and the ability to fight multiple and different species of fish effectively.

Saltwater fishing reels usually require bigger equipment even if the species of the fish is about the same size as those in freshwater, but why would this be? Well it's important to take in a lot of consideration as far as how much line is going to be required to not only get the lure to the fish which could be hundreds of feet deep, But also what type of fish could hit this and how much line will that fish run off my reel?