Sea fishing reels

Sea fishing reels

Larger fish at sea are almost always fished with reels. Both for wreck fishing on the North Sea and big game fishing on seas and oceans. Of course there is a difference in size. What the reels all have in common is that they are extremely strong, have a large line capacity and are saltwater resistant. These reels are especially useful for fishing on a boat and are not made to throw. The strength of the reel is often measured in LBs. For fishing on the North Sea reels from 8 LB pull force are used and for big game fishing reels from 30 LB. The best sea fish reels are Penn, ABU Garcia and Shimano. 
Should you wish to cast, we recommend using a seabed reel.

A useful tip; always rinse the reel (and rod) well after fishing with lukewarm, running water. You remove sand and the most dangerous; salt. Even though the reels are saltwater resistant, they will last a lot longer if you do this. Also the rods, mills and reels that you don't use during a fishing trip are better rinsed off!

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Shimano TLD 25 | reel + box
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Shimano TLD 25 | reel + box
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Penn long beach 65 | reel
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Daiwa sealine 450H | reel
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Daiwa bayard 150 L | baitcasting reel
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Daiwa bayard 150 L | baitcasting reel
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Penn senator 113 4/0 | reel
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Sea fishing reels

Larger fish at sea are almost always fished with reels. Both for wreck fishing on the North Sea and big game fishing on seas and oceans. Of course there is a difference in size. What the reels all have in common is that they are extremely strong, have a large line capacity and are saltwater resistant. These reels are especially useful for fishing on a boat and are not made to throw. The strength of the reel is often measured in LBs. For fishing on the North Sea reels from 8 LB pull force are used and for big game fishing reels from 30 LB. The best sea fish reels are Penn, ABU Garcia and Shimano. 
Should you wish to cast, we recommend using a seabed reel.

A useful tip; always rinse the reel (and rod) well after fishing with lukewarm, running water. You remove sand and the most dangerous; salt. Even though the reels are saltwater resistant, they will last a lot longer if you do this. Also the rods, mills and reels that you don't use during a fishing trip are better rinsed off!

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