Daiwa® Ballistic Spinning Reel

Item # WX2-225552

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Details & Specs

Daiwa® Ballistic Spinning Reels are built to boost your haul to new heights!

Fish fear this gear! No matter if you cast your line in saltwater or fresh, these dynamite Daiwa® Spinners are ready to deliver. Each features lightweight corrosion - proof Zaion® Carbon construction that rivals magnesium in terms of weight and strength. The light touch, silk - slick action and effortless retrieve will have you pulling so much seafood, you just might risk getting the evil eye from the Warden. Pick yours up today... They're a "reel" steal!

  • Corrosion-proof Zaion body and side cover
  • 7+1 ball-bearing roller system
  • Air Bail® high-speed retrieval
  • Machined aluminum handle arm
  • Digigear¿ mechanism
  • Waterproof drag with click adjustment
  • Dual ball-bearing spool support keeps drag washers aligned perfectly
  • Oiled felt body seal
  • ABS aluminum spool
  • Unique shape increases power while reducing weight

State Model, as available in the Shopping Cart. 

Model BLS2000SH:
  • Gear Ratio: 6.0:1
  • Line Weight: 8 lb.
  • Line Capacity: 110 yds.
  • Weight: 7.8 ozs.
  • Action: Medium / Light
Model BLS2500SH:
  • Gear Ratio: 6.0:1
  • Line Weight: 8 lb.
  • Line Capacity: 170 yds.
  • Weight: 8.6 ozs.
  • Action: Medium
Model BLS3000SH:
  • Gear Ratio: 6.0:1
  • Line Weight: 10 lb.
  • Line Capacity: 200 yds.
  • Weight: 8.6 ozs.
  • Action: Medium
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