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(Provided by Shimano)

Features Added to Shimano’s Stradic CI4+ Spinning Reels

Shimano's newly-designed Stradic CI4+ reels now incorporate an asymmetrical shaped Magnunlite (MGL) rotor to make the reels even lighter and its Hagane Design Concept with a cold-forged Hagane Gear.

The new Stradic CI4+ line-up includes the STCI4-1000HG, STCI4-2500HG, STCI4-C3000HG and STCI4-4000XG.

The reels are lighter and more reliable, said Shimano's product manager Chris Hess, and the the new MGL rotor improves reel performance due to its lighter weight and easier rotor rotation start-up.

(Provided by Daiwa)

Diawa Fuego Baitcaster

Daiwa’s new 2017 FUEGO CT line of baitcasters feature an all new lower profile design that is as good looking as it is comfortable to fish and priced at under $100.

What makes this reel special is the aluminum CT frame that delivers durability, performance, and a silky-smooth effortless retrieve. The Magforce breaking system delivers free-spool action with long and manageable casts.

The Fuego CT reels are available in left and right retrieve. Other features include Magforce Z, six ball bearing system (5BB +1RB), Ultimate Tournament Drag (UTD) with 13.2 pounds of drag, 90 mm swept handle with cutouts for reduced weight, and gear ratios of 6.3:1, 7.3:1 & 8.1:1.

For more information, visit your Daiwa dealer or www.daiwa.com.

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New Shimano Metanium MGL

Shimano offers its newly-enhanced Metanium MGL series, with advances including Shimano’s lightweight Magnumlite spool, a next generation SVS Infinity braking system and SilentTune.

The series includes six 150-size reels in three different gears ratios, each offered in both right- and left-hand retrieve.

“The heart of the new Metanium MGL baitcasters is in our Magnumlite spool,” said Shimano’s product manager Chris Hess. “With the use of this new spool design, we’re able to decrease the moment of inertia – the point in your cast when the spools starts to spin – allowing anglers to experience not only greater casting distance – as much as a 15-percent improvement, but also better accuracy over a wide variety of lures. “