Jigging Reel

Jigging Reel

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Gomexus® Slow Jigging Reel LX50
Gomexus® Slow Jigging Reel LX50
Prezzo di vendita$179.95
GOMEXUS Jigging Reel Left and Right 6.3:1 66lbs Conventional Saltwater Reel SX450 - Gomexus
Gomexus® Slow Pitch Jigging Reel SX450
Prezzo di vendita$229.95
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Gomexus Jigging Reel 6.3:1 Fast Retrieve Seabass Snapper Killer Conventional Reel EX300 - Gomexus
Gomexus® Jigging Reel EX300
Prezzo di vendita$159.95
GOMEXUS® Jigging Reels: LX50, SX450, EX300

Gomexus® Jigging Reels are great for saltwater fishing, big water, or big fish. A perfect fishing jigging reel for seabass, redfish, snappers, flounder, and other saltwater species.


SX450

LX50

EX300

Max Strike

30kg/66lbs

28kg/60lbs

23kg/50lbs

Weight

430g/15oz

345g/12oz

425g/15oz

Gear Ratio

6.3:1

7.1:1

6.3:1

Ball Bearing

9+2

9+2

9+2

Standard Line Capacity
(Braid) (LB/Yds)

30 lb/490 yds

30 lb/300 yds

30 lb/350 yds

Line Retrieve

46inch/118cm

43inch/110cm

46inch/118cm

Handle Length

3.42inch/87mm

3.62inch/92mm

3.74inch/95mm

How To Choose the Best Jigging Reel?

  • Reel Weight
Jigging requires endlessly lifting reel and rod repetitively; lighter reels are a huge plus. Once you’re over 20 ounces a reel, it gets to be a bit much. Gomexus LX50 Jigging reels weigh only 12oz.

  • Drag
For smaller fish, most good reels of any type are likely to suffice. But for bigger game, 25 to 50 or more pounds of maximum drag will help win battles. Drag is particularly important with slow-pitch jigging because when hooked up, the reel tends to do most of the work. Gomexus Jigging reels have resistance up to 30KG/66lbs.

  • Gear (Retrieve) Ratio
The high speed (typically at least 6-to-1) helps speed jiggers move the lure quickly, and also works well for slow-pitchers.. The low gear, of course, offers power when winching a fish away from bottom. Gomexus Jigging reels gear ratio up to 7.1:1

  • Line Capacity
Keep in mind line capacity as well. If you intend to use a rig for dropping into really deep water, you’ll want to go conventional because many hold far more line for their size than spinners.