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Daiwa BG Spinning Fishing Reels: BG5000 $99, BG3000, BG3500 or BG4000 EXPIRED

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Sportco & Outdoor Emporium has select Daiwa BG Spinning Fishing Reels on sale below. Shipping is free on $99+ orders.

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Available Options:
  • BG3000 $88.98
  • BG3500 $88.98
  • BG4000 $88.98
  • BG5000 $98.98
Features:
  • Black Anodized Machined Aluminum Housing ("Hard Bodyz" Body & Side Cover)
  • Over-sized Digigear (Digigear™ System)
  • Solid Screw-In Handle
  • Air Rotor
  • Dynamic Cut Aluminum ABS Spool
  • Braided Line Ready Spool
  • Waterproof Drag System
  • Carbon ATD
  • Machined Aluminum Screw In Handle
  • Manual Return Bail (4500 and Larger)
  • 6BB+1RB
  • Infinite Anti-Reverse System (4000 and Smaller)
  • Infinite Dual Anti-Reverse System (4500 and Larger)
  • (BG Series 4500 and Above Have A Manual Trip Bail for Durability)

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    • Sportco & Outdoor Emporium is a warehouse style sporting goods store located in Fife and Seattle, Washington respectively.
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Looking for a more affordable reel than the Penn Slammer III that I found yesterday and found this. Seems like a great deal since BG has a lot of fans here. Dint hear Sportco before, but it looks like has storefront in WA, which normally means okay and you may use it for price match from other brand stores. Good luck fellows, tightline!

Prices below:
BG 3000 / BG 3500 / BG 4000
MSRP: $119.99
Was: $119.99
Now: $88.98
(You save $31.01 )

BG 5000 / BG 8000 OOS (BG 6500 oos)
MSRP: $129.99
Was: $129.99
Now: $98.98
(You save $31.01 )
https://sportco.com/daiwbg3000/
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Arguably the best reel for the money, the benchmark for saltwater fishing. Heavy but durable and buttery smooth.

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Not bad deal given the inflation level!
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Arguably the best reel for the money, the benchmark for saltwater fishing. Heavy but durable and buttery smooth.
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What rod would you pair this up with?

I was something I can cast off a charter boat for yellows and bonito
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Decent deal. Hasn't gone on sale for some time now.
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I'm in doubt on getting this one or Penn Slammer III Spinning Fishing Reel, what you guys think?
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I'm in doubt on getting this one or Penn Slammer III Spinning Fishing Reel, what you guys think?
Slammer III is sealed whereas this is not. Not to say it's not a good reel. For the money both are great. Personally, I'd go with the Slammer III if you intend to fish this A LOT in the heavy surf. But the BGs are tanks too, and very easy to service. Get one of each! LOL
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What rod would you pair this up with?

I was something I can cast off a charter boat for yellows and bonito
I am looking for a 4000 - 5000 reel to pair with my Tsunami Trophy II MH 10 footer for the surf. No experience on the boats at all....
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What rod would you pair this up with?

I was something I can cast off a charter boat for yellows and bonito
You probably want a 4000-5000 size reel for this paired with at least a 7-8' long rod rated 15-30 or 15-40 minimum for targeting local yellows presumably in SoCal.
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Slammer III is sealed whereas this is not. Not to say it's not a good reel. For the money both are great. Personally, I'd go with the Slammer III if you intend to fish this A LOT in the heavy surf. But the BGs are tanks too, and very easy to service. Get one of each! LOL
i personally agree with you, if budget allowed, i will grab both. But most likely, if will grab (2) Daiwa BGs, more flexible and almost the same price as (1) slammer iii. lol
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Which model is good for the salt water?
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i personally agree with you, if budget allowed, i will grab both. But most likely, if will grab (2) Daiwa BGs, more flexible and almost the same price as (1) slammer iii. lol
Yea, you can't go wrong with either honestly. The BGs are tanks. Slammer I'd say if you don't want to deal with as much maintenance on a frequent basis and you're fishing around saltwater frequently (especially heavy surf).
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Which model is good for the salt water?
Depends on what kind of fish you're after. The 3000 would be good for light surf fishing and light inshore action. It's the kind of reel you wouldn't get as tired throwing jigs/lures/etc on often when fishing the surf or even from a kayak. 4000 would be a good crossover between fishing lures, fishing live bait on a boat/yak/etc, or bait & wait from shore. If you plan on bait&wait fishing or targeting larger species from shore or boat, go 5000 or higher.
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Depends on what kind of fish you're after. The 3000 would be good for light surf fishing and light inshore action. It's the kind of reel you wouldn't get as tired throwing jigs/lures/etc on often when fishing the surf or even from a kayak. 4000 would be a good crossover between fishing lures, fishing live bait on a boat/yak/etc, or bait & wait from shore. If you plan on bait&wait fishing or targeting larger species from shore or boat, go 5000 or higher.
Thank you for the note. I recently got a PENN Battle III 8000, saw you had experiences in all of these, that is my only Salt Water reel for now, among the recent two deals from Daiwa BG and Slammer, which would be your top choice? I am debating whether I should get the Daiwa and returning the PENN now since it is still in the box.

Hope to hear your feedback. Thanks again!
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