Daiwa Saltist Levelwind STTLW40LCHA details:
Daiwa Saltist Level Wind Line Counter model STTLW40LCHA offer the characteristic reliability and durability features of all Saltist reels. The additional feature of a level wind ensures an even line lay and release. The line counter facilitates the determination of lengths and depths of the trolling line. This line counter reels are well suited for trolling both sea and inland plus they are ideal for salmon. Trollers who want only the best, we recommend combining these reels with the Daiwa Saltist Trolling rods.
Daiwa Saltist Levelwind STTLW40LCHA – Saltwater or heavy Great Lakes applications, Saltist offers the perfect match of line capacity, durability and performance for fishing braid or mono. Plus the consistent line measurement accuracy required by today’s controlled depth and jigging techniques.
Daiwa’s Line Counter
Measures line out in feet to make setting of trolling patterns a snap. And once you’ve hooked up, you can repeatedly drop right back into the strike zone without guessing.
Corrosion Resistant Ball Bearings
Last up to 12 times longer than standard stainless steel ball bearings.
CRBB = Super Corrosion Resistant Ball Bearing
BB = Stainless Steel Ball Bearing
RB = Roller Bearing
High Speed Levelwind Line Counter Reel
- Direct-Drive line counter measures in feet
- Rugged, aluminum frame and sideplate
- Daiwa CRBB Corrosion Resistant Ball Bearings
- New CarbonU.T. drag, smooth and fade resistant
- Dual-system Infinite Anti-Reverse
- Machined aluminum spool
- Levelwind system lays line evenly on spool
- Spool click
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Quality all the way!
Flawless quality machined reel that stands up to the regular abuse from Lake Ontario king salmon & trout. Line counter reels is always dead accurate and the drag, just “set it & forget it” no need to keep adjusting while playing a fish. The line pick up with the 6.4 :1 retrieve is also a big help for my clients picking up 46-47 inches of line per crank while some other reels or only 26-27. Bottom line, a quality product all the way, don’t waster your money on some cheaper line counters
Piece of CRAP!
Piece of CRAP! Took it out for the 1 st time yesterday salmon trolling. I, the deckhand and the boat’s captain all agree – it’s DEFECTIVE. Doesn’t reel in worth a crap. Had to end up borrowing a rig from the boat.