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Daiwa Exceler TSH Ultralight Spinning Reel

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Buy the Daiwa Exceler TSH Ultralight Spinning Reel – Rated 5 stars for Quality, Performance, and Value

– Retail price is about $100. You may find a lower price on eBay.

– The EXC2000TSH size is best suited for ultralight fishing.

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Product Specifications

Each Daiwa Exceler-TSH High Speed ultralight spinning reel is designed with a 6.2:1 ratio, making it incredibly easy to pick up line and apply extra pressure to bigger fish.  The Exceler-TSH is built using a waterproof drag system that can be washed after each use, and features a Precision Click drag adjustment to ensure you’ve got the right amount of pressure no matter what size line you are using.  Daiwa’s HardBodyz construction keeps the drivetrain and reel design extremely lightweight, making it easy to balance onto most ultralight rods without dealing with aches in your wrists and fingers after a long day on the water.

What I Think

When it comes to ultralight spinning reels, there are very few offerings on the market that can provide you with the speed of the Daiwa Exceler-TSH.  With its 6.2:1 gear ratio it provides a level of unprecedented speed and versatility.  Each reel comes with two separate sized spools to help you transition from one set of fishing conditions, where you may only need a small amount of line, to other set of conditions, such as saltwater, where you need a lot more line to let bigger fish run.

The Exceler-TSH reel features a price tag that makes it easily accessible to most anglers, but is designed with features that you would see on higher end, higher priced reels.  Compare the lightweight Digital Gear Design and high speed gear ratio to other ultralight reels you’ll find for sale, and you will easily see how the Exceler-TSH stacks up so well against other models.

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