Daiwa has a wide range of spinning reels. It may be difficult to choose which Daiwa model is best suited for your fishing needs. This review will take an in-depth look at the top-rated Daiwa spinning fishing reels to examine the unique traits of an array of reel models and styles, providing a valuable guide for any fisherman looking to add a Daiwa reel to their angling arsenal.
Daiwa has huge product line in spinning reels that includes Exist, Certate, Luvias, Ballistic® LT, Tatula® LT sterling silver (limited edition), Tatula® LT, Saltist back bay® LT, BG, Ss tournament® long cast, Fuego® LT, Exceler® LT, Rg-ab, Eliminator, Legalis® LT, Revros® LT, Laguna®-5bi, Crossfire, Sweepfire®, D-spin ultralight, Strikeforce®-b.
We have shortlisted and reviewed the best and in most demand out of them.
Daiwa Spinning Reels – reviews
|Daiwa Minispin||1||6||5.1:1||Check price|
|Daiwa BG Series||6+1||4.4-33||5.6:1||Check Price|
|Daiwa Df100A Giant||1||33||3.4:1||Check price|
|Daiwa Revros||7+1||4.4-13.2||5.6:1||Check price|
1. Daiwa Mini System Minispin Ultralight
This Rod-Reel-Case combo is the most popular Daiwa spinning reel brand among online customers and has most reviews. You will surely prefer this reel over other brands like Abu Garcia, St. Croix, Shimano, and Penn.
For the price point, this is comparatively a great buy. Super small and compact. You can stow it away in a camel backpack or simply anywhere because of the size of the case. Enough said this is a must-have in your arsenal of fishing gear.
As for performance, that is excellent for such a small rod and reel. Use this Rig for catching Blue Gill’s and Tommy Cat’s from a local Lake or Pond and you have hours of fun. Check price here
If you feel that the reel is a little stiff, squirt a little WD-40 into it and get it instantly work like brand new again. As with any machinery, I suppose a little lube now and then would be a good idea.
There are some customers complaining about the reel and case being broken down after 3-5 casting. This mini-system Combo is best for ultra-light Fishing, Don’t go hard with this kit. The Plastic Carrying Case Clips are to be opened with one Thumb Pressing on the Top of the Hinge while you unsnap the Clip with the other hand. Open the Case this way and the Clips won’t break off.
I would recommend this to any Angler who is interested in Ultra-Light Fishing.
If you want a Stronger Case, purchase a Plano Fishing Pole Case. For a quality Mono Line, You can consider All-Time Favorite STREN His-Vis Gold 4 Pound Test Mono Line. The His-Vis Gold Line and the Black Rod & Reel looks Awesome. The Action is amazing and you get an incredible fight from something as small as a 15″ Rainbow Trout or a 1 or 2 lb. Largemouth.
Quite possibly the best value for a high-quality reel in history! The BG reels (under $100 reel) are built better than anything under $250. You will find them even better than Saltiga, Stella, and Stradic.
It feels like a nicely-put-together reel, and the specs suggest it will provide years of honest service. It shares many of the features of Daiwa’s more expensive spinning reels, such as tough threaded handle (just like Saltiga), Genuine stainless NMB bearings (just like Stella), Air Rotor (but in ‘Graphite’, not ‘Zaion’), rotor brakes (to stop the rotor turning when the bail is open) and fantastically smooth carbon drag system; although it misses out on Air Bail. To top it all off, they look awesome.
It feels smooth, steady, and provides you with confidence that is required to handle bigger species. You can use this for everything including saltwater and freshwater.
3. Daiwa Df100A Giant Spin Reel
This saltwater reel is a giant gear to catch a monster fish. The good things about the reel are the ruggedness, the metal construction, spool capacity, and spool-line strength. The bad things are single bearing, drag knob is slightly jerky, and crank clicks if anti-reverse is engaged.
It’s the perfect size reel if you are going to battle a large catfish or when saltwater fishing from a pier or beach. The stainless steel main shaft and lightweight aluminum spool are fully anodized for superior corrosion resistance. Weighing just 30 oz., the metal reel features durable metal gears, multi-disc drag, and an efficient 1 stainless steel ball bearing system. Stainless steel main shaft, Fully anodized for corrosion resistance, Sturdy aluminum spool Smooth, multi-disc drag Rugged metal gears, Stainless steel ball bearing drive constructed with a rigid metal body Gear ratio of 3.4:1. Check the price here.
4. Daiwa Revros Spinning Reel
This is a great reel to use for Ultra-Light to Medium applications. I recommend if you only have a budget of under $50-100. It comes in 4 models: REV2000H, REV2500H, REV3000H and REV4000H. Check the price here
Features include Air Rotor for lighter weight and greater sensitivity, Body cover & Rotor, Composite body, Digigear digital gear design, 8 Bearing System (7 BB + 1 RB) and ABS Aluminum spool. However, it is not a good choice for salt water.
Shimano vs Daiwa Spinning Reels
Daiwas offer superior casting distance as compared to the Shimano Spinning reels. However, Shimano has much smoother drag.
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