Fishdrops Baitcasting Reel Review
- Immanuel Baranov
The reel is lightweight yet capable of dragging big fishes from distances. Lightweight design is preferable since anglers sometimes lose control when they use heavy reels to pull large fish. The reel’s 17 17 Ball Bearings plus one additional clutch bearings offers high speed pulling.
1. Good looking design
The reel is designed as a nice combination of stainless steel main shaft, aluminum pinion gear and shielded bearings. Thanks to the proper arrangement of different parts of the reel, fish drops 17+1 ball bearings baitcasting reel gets an aesthetic look that attracts both professional and amateur anglers.
2. Powerful aluminum spool
Strongly build aluminum spool has thread or magnetic tape and high rotation power to wound giant fishes living in the ocean. Anglers can control speed and distance of the lure by thumbing the aluminum spool.
3. Low Noise
Thanks to the inclusion of magnetic brake system and 17+1 ball bearings into the Fishdrops Baitcasting Reel, the fishing gear does not make excessive noise while rotating at a greater speed
4. Optimum Gear ratio 6:3:1
Gear ratio is important to move the bait with good speed in the water. If the gear ratio is 5:1 you will get slow rolling. On the other hand, 7:1 will be too fast. A gear ratio in between works the best. The gear ratio of Fishdrops Baitcasting Reel is 6:3:1which is perfect to tackle big or small fish.
5. Designed for salt and freshwater fishing.
The reel is fully corrosion resistant and has approval for both saltwater and fresh water fishing. Side plates of the reel are anodized and red colored. While the shaft of the reel is made of brass, the other components of it made of stainless steel that makes the whole unit rust resistant.
Though this Fishdrops Baitcasting Reel provides a wonderful drag system with its flat EVA handled knobs on the front of the spool to increase or decrease the amount of friction or drag applied, the durability of this reel is not beyond question.
The only issue you might encounter is that you might need to clean it after each saltwater fishing event. Professional saltwater anglers usually do the cleaning, but for leisure seekers the job might feel tedious, but it is essential to keep its appearance good so that corrosion or rust triggered by saltwater may not stain the appearance of the reel. After all, the reel is still worth your consideration.