Daiwa® Laguna® Right Hand 6.3:1 Baitcasting Reel

Item # WX2-220957

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Daiwa® Laguna® Baitcasting Reels deliver BIG power in a low profile.

Hand-fitting comfort and fish-fighting performance come together in a Reel easily outclasses the others in its price range! 

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  • 5 ball bearings plus roller bearing for ultra-smooth performance
  • Open access, low-profile frame for easy thumbing and line maintenance
  • Lightweight composite frame and side plates
  • Swept handle for less wobble, better feel and winding power
  • Magforce magnetic anti-backlash control
  • Lightweight, drilled aluminum spool
  • Dual-system infinite Anti-Reverse.
  • Model: LAG100H
  • Hand: Right
  • Ball Bearings: 5+1
  • Action (Freshwater / Saltwater): Med. / Lt.
  • Gear Ratio: 6.3:1
  • Max. Drag (lbs.): 8.8
  • Line Cap. (lb. test / yds.): 12/120, 14/100
  • Weight (ozs.): 7 1/2
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