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Shimano SE8000FIC Sedona FI Spinning Fishing Reel

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Tackle Direct.com has Shimano SE8000FIC Sedona FI Spinning Fishing Reel for $54.99. Shipping is free on orders $89+ w/ promo code FALL89, otherwise shipping is $7.99. Thanks kaysin1018

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You will need a rod, string, and a lure/bait. Welcome to the addiction!
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The 6000 is also on sale for $49.99. Here's a link to all the reels on sale.

https://www.tackledirect.com/shim...reels.html
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the 6000 is also on sale for $49.99. Here's a link to all the reels on sale.

https://www.tackledirect.com/shim...reels.html [tackledirect.com]
thank you. Didn't feel like posting it while at work. Hahaha
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Difference between both of these two reels? Any good for salt water fishing?

I know shimano has a good rep....but how does this compare to penn battle 2
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Is this saltwater compatible??

Edit: no it is not on the shimano site as saltwater
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Isn't Sedona reels always in this $50 - 60 price range? Have I missed anything?
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Isn't Sedona reels always in this $50 - 60 price range? Have I missed anything?
Smaller Sedona is, the larger ones are usually 20-30. More
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Smaller Sedona is, the larger ones are usually 20-30. More
Oh yeah you are right. The thing is, Sedona is a typical mid-low range freshwater reel for sunfish, trout and bass. What is the use of a 5000+ size? Catfishing maybe? I now understand why it's $20 off.
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Oh yeah you are right. The thing is, Sedona is a typical mid-low range freshwater reel for sunfish, trout and bass. What is the use of a 5000+ size? Catfishing maybe? I now understand why it's $20 off.
I catch 80pd sharks and big reds on a 4000.. nothing wrong with a 5k or 6k.
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No saltwater no deal
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No saltwater no deal
My gear is a bit old at FD/FE series, BUT i always bought on the premise that the Sedona, Sahara and heck even the Sienna series were good for light inshore...i even did surf/jetties for a short while thru the years which takes a toll on the reels. I just wash them down with a hose after. Still good at 5+years.
Has Shimano changed for the worse?
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Thumbs up for a good fishing deal!
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I'm new on fishing. When I buy this one. Did I need any other parts or accessories to get this works!?
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I'm new on fishing. When I buy this one. Did I need any other parts or accessories to get this works!?
You will need a rod, string, and a lure/bait. Welcome to the addiction!
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