Spinning Reel Product Review


How do you choose a spinning reel? Some of the things I like are looks, number of bearings, how smooth it feels when you turn the handle and of course, price. For my needs, I don't think I need to spend more than $100.

Take a look at the this new reel. The company is Piscifun. The model is Honor 2000.


Honor Spinning Reel and Saex Elite casting reel



Piscifun Honor 2000 Matches Kistler Zbone Rod
and the reel comes with a nice cover

Here are the specs:

  • Graphite body
  • 10 + 1 Stainless Steel Ball Bearings and Roller Bearing
  • One-way clutch
  • Sealed carbon drag
  • Patented spool design
  • Machined stainless steel gear shaft
  • S-shape slider so lines lays smoothly
  • Direct handle into main gear
  • Gear ratio 5.1:1
  • 7lb. mono capacity—160 yards
  • Weight: 8.5 oz.
  • 24.2 in. line take up per turn 

First impressions:

This reel looks really sharp! It matches my Kistler Zbone Rod really well. The reel turns so smoothly. I put a small drop of oil on the shaft. Put it on a Kistler Spinning Rod and took it fishing. I wish I could say I caught a lot of fish on it, but only caught a couple on a tough day of fishing.

I loaded it with 14-pound Nanofil. I used an eighth-ounce Charlie Brewer Slider head and a 4-inch Berkley Powerbait Worm. I was was surprised how far I could cast with the reel/rod and line combo.

Would I buy another? Yes, most definitely.

You can find these reels on Amazon.







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