The Best Spinning Reels For Bass Fishing

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Bass Jigs are one of the most productive baits today, especially in water clarities from slightly murky to clear, in water temperatures below the sixty degree mark and when bass are in an inactive mood and buried in deep cover.

What is the best #spinningreel for under $70. The spinning reel market under $70 is considerably more competitive then the #baitcastreel market, giving bass anglers many more choices.

The spinning reel that received endorsements from serious #bassfishing anglers was the Daiwa Exceler Reel, for a number of reasons.

It has the Digi-Cut gear found previously in more expensive models, is super smooth, has six ball bearings and comes with an aluminum spare spool. It is being offered at $69.99.

If this is still out of your price range, you won’t go wrong replacing it with Shimano’s Sahara or Sedona , both longtime favorites with budget-minded bass anglers. The Sahara has a fast 6.1:1 gear ratio, four ball bearings and an aluminum frame. The Sedona has a graphite body and slower gear ratio.

Okuma’s Epixor also was praised for its smooth drag, 10 ball bearings and reliability. It’s not one of the best known brands, but is becoming more popular nationwide for its low price and quality performance.

Other reliable spinning reels that retail for under $70.00 are:

Quantum Array

Okuma Alumina

Mitchell 300Xe

Bass Pro Shops Pro Qualifier

Daiwa Regal XIA

lews mach ii speed spin mh2 300 spinning fishing reel++

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