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Handedness: Ambidextrous. Reel size 30 or 40.

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Academy Sports and Outdoors has a Daiwa Laguna Spinning Reel Convertible on clearance at $19.98.

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I have numerous $30 reels that have held up to years of saltwater fishing with just a quick rinse after trips and have never had one apart. Even have had a few take a dunk and sit on the bottom of the bay for a while that still have never needed opening or maintenance. On more than one fishing forum I have seen guys with $400 plus reels suffer lock ups and problems with reels that have taken less abuse than mine. Your equation doesn't equate. It is not always smart to just equate $$$ with quality or functionality.

There are some real gems at rock bottom pricing that open up fishing and other sports to those that don't have piles of cash to spend and it is a disservice to give people the idea that they have to spend big bucks to do something as simple as fishing.
For the casual fisher (once a month or so) this reel will more than suffice and probably more than you need. Fishing daily...? Yeah, get a nicer reel with better gears.
I just knew this was going to happen. The wife fussed at me last night about buying too much fishing stuff. So, what happens? I open Slickdeals and find a decent reel on sale. Oh well! Doghouse, here I come.

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Nice find. 3000 and 4000 size available, these are $40 on Amazon.
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What rod to pair this with?
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What rod to pair this with?
Ugly stik gx2
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Stay away from these cheap reels. Get a $100+ and you won't regret
For the casual fisher (once a month or so) this reel will more than suffice and probably more than you need. Fishing daily...? Yeah, get a nicer reel with better gears.
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Stay away from these cheap reels. Get a $100+ and you won't regret
I have numerous $30 reels that have held up to years of saltwater fishing with just a quick rinse after trips and have never had one apart. Even have had a few take a dunk and sit on the bottom of the bay for a while that still have never needed opening or maintenance. On more than one fishing forum I have seen guys with $400 plus reels suffer lock ups and problems with reels that have taken less abuse than mine. Your equation doesn't equate. It is not always smart to just equate $$$ with quality or functionality.

There are some real gems at rock bottom pricing that open up fishing and other sports to those that don't have piles of cash to spend and it is a disservice to give people the idea that they have to spend big bucks to do something as simple as fishing.
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3000 or 4000 then?
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For a newbie, which rod should I pair this with?
Sorry I am new to fishing.
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For a newbie, which rod should I pair this with?
Sorry I am new to fishing.
You need to be specific. Saltwater or freshwater? What do you fish for?
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For a newbie, which rod should I pair this with?
Sorry I am new to fishing.
Ugly Stik GX2 will hold up for a long time and is $40. Otherwise, go to your local Walmart and any $15 medium 6'6" rod will be fine.

Since you're starting, put your money into good line. If you like it, you can always buy nicer stuff later!
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Get a "tiger" combo at Walmart... should get the rod and reel under $ 20


https://www.walmart.com/ip/Shakes.../505751806
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LOL, are you telling me that your $40 ( i mean original price) reel can hold up to saltwater or even sand for a long time? I highly doubt it! My previous experience tells me that the cheap reels cannot survive more than one season or two. These reels are NOT saltwater sealed.

Anyway, I would recommend at least the BG series from Daiwa. A decent reel will give you different fishing experience.
Strange how different experiences can be. I grew up at the beach and don't think I've ever spent more than $35 on a reel, and yet I can't remember the last time I needed to replace one. Curious what you're doing to yours that leaves them in such rough shape so quickly.
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