Welcome to the best spinning reels 2020. In this article, we summarise our favourite spinning reels on the fishing market. Covering a whole range of different classes from the elite Stella and Exist to entry-level Siennas. Spanning a wide variety of budgets, brands and applications. The range of reels on the market is almost endless packed full of different features to match their asking price. Let’s cover our favourites from high end to entry-level.
Best spinning reels 2020
When budget is no boundary these are the best reels available on the market. A steep price point but in return the best set of available features. These reels are lightweight, strong, look amazing and silky smooth. They offer superior balance with high-end rods with top of range componentry. These high-end reels are generally priced from $700 and above.
- Shimano Stella FJ ( RRP $1,249 )
- Daiwa Exist ( RRP $999 )
- Shimano Twin Power FD ( RRP $749 )
- Daiwa Certate ( RRP $659 )
Best saltwater spin reels 2020
Looking to target big fish than look no further as these are the best reels available on the market. Yes, again a high price point but in return the best set of available features. These reels are strong, smooth and look amazing. They offer superior balance with high-end rods with top of range componentry.
- Daiwa Saltiga 20 ( RRP $1,499 )
- Shimano Stella SWC ( RRP $1,599 )
- Shimano Twin Power SW ( RRP $799 )
- Daiwa Saltist ( RRP $429 )
- Shimano Saragosa ( RRP $429 )
- Penn Slammer III ( RRP $369 )
Best mid-range reels
The demand is massive for reels with a mid-range price point but a high set of features. The Stradic and Luvias are some of Australis highest-selling reels year on year. Quite arguably this is the biggest market with reels ranging from $300 to $600 in price.
- Shimano Stradic Ci4+ ( RRP $299 ) ( soon to be Vanford )
- Daiwa Luvias ( RRP $479 )
- Abu Garcia Revo MGXtreme ( RRP $449 )
- Shimano Sustain ( RRP $359 )
- Daiwa TD Sol III ( RRP $389 )
Best reels under $200
Sitting between entry-level and mid-level these reels are very capable of catching quality fish. These would be considered the best bang for buck and the market for reels of $200 and less is huge and the beginner class anglers cover a big portion of the buying audience. These reels are very capable.
- Daiwa BG ( RRP $189 )
- Shimano Nasci ( RRP $145 )
- Savage Gear Stealth ( RRP $199 )
- Penn Conflict 2 ( RRP $189 )
- Ecoda Black Hawk 2 ( RRP $179 )
- Okuma Helios SX ( RRP $199 )
- Rapala R-Type ( RRP $159 )
Best Reels under $100
Entry-level reels that are still very capable of catching a quality size fish. Again the market for reels of $100 and less is huge and the beginner class anglers cover a big portion of the buying audience. These reels generally provide the basics to get you started.
- Daiwa Aird ( RRP $99 )
- Shimano Sedona ( RRP $99 )
- Savage Gear Manic ( RRP $99 )
- Okuma Ceymar ( RRP $89 )
- Shimano Sienna FG ( RRP $69 )
- Daiwa CrossFire ( RRP $69 )
- Abu Garcia Pro Max ( RRP $59 )
Best Egi Reels
Reels specifically designed for targeting squid. These smooth reels with double handles are often paired with longer rods. They provide unique feel and design to get the most out of casting squid jigs.
- Daiwa Emereldas Air LT ( RRP $499 )
- Shimano Sephia SS ( RRP $399 )
- Daiwa Emereldas MX ( RRP $399 )
- Shimano Stradic ( RRP $299 )
Additions or corrections
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