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Daiwa Millionaire – S Series Baitcasting Reel M – S250

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Product Specifications:

  • Saltwater spinning reel with extra-heavy action in freshwater and medium action in saltwater.
  • Specifications: Gear Ratio – 4.6:1; Line Per Crank – 39.0″; Weight – 22.6oz; Line Capacity – 12/390, 14/310, 17/230; Drag Max – 33.0
  • Ball Bearings – 7; Roller Bearings – 1

Emcast Sport Features: Eight ball and roller bearing drive train support; ABS aluminum spool; Zero-Friction main shaft design; Infinite Anti-Reverse; Twist Buster line twist reduction; Soft Touch grip; Free spare aluminum spool

Daiwa® Millionaire – S Series Baitcasting Reel M – S250 Reviews

these are bette quality reels. there are more but these are better -AdamS on YahooAnswers

Have had a Millionaire reel for years. They’re reliable, last a long time, and do great in saltwater. -Susan J. Brice on Amazon.com

 

Timeless design, and purists will find Daiwa’s Millionaire loyal to traditional baitcast appeal –Tackletour.com

Millionaires are kind of pricey there are alternatives but that will be fine. -KAN Fish onBloodydecks.com

Daiwa® Millionaire - S Series Baitcasting Reel M - S300

have owed a few millionaires before, and they all had one in common, great drags, and great gears. But the rest of the reel did wear down quicker than my Ambassaduer classics. But overall I have been impressed with the functionality of some of the Millionaire reels. -Killerbug onOutdoorsfirst.com

I love that reel. I got one from Breakaway and had on it a 20# test line Yellow Suffix/breakaway and a 50# shock leader. I pulled a 42 and 1/2 inch red (31#). -Fisherman on Breakaway

Your best bet money wise may be a Daiwa Millionaire S250, they sell in the $50 range and do ok in saltwater with some normal maintenance and cleaning. No more than any such reel though. -reelmess on Noreast.com

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