Shimano Baitrunner family complete

Shimano's three new Baitrunner ranges offer anglers a choice for their fishing applications while using the latest available in reel technology.

The ST range comes in 2500 and 4000 sizes constructed from Shimano's XT-7 material which delivers an amazingly strong and durable body while retaining a low weight. Each model is equipped with Dyna-Balance, Super Stopper II, Floating Shaft II, Power Roller and Vari-Speed oscillation system for perfect line lay of nylon and braided lines.

The DL range was designed to take advantage of key Shimano technologies whilst being offered at a price that is right. All models feature the trademark smooth Baitrunner drags, coupled with a lightweight graphite body, aluminium die-cast spool, Power Roller, Super Stopper II and Vari-Speed oscillation system you have a range that offers great value for money.

The Baitrunner D is the paramount range of the new Baitrunner collection, boasting the best features of the previous range (B) combined with new Shimano technologies and design to deliver the best Baitrunner yet.

New 8000 and 12000 sizes open up a whole world of new options to anglers such as saltwater casting and bait fishing for a variety of pelagic gamefish offshore, while the 4000 and 6000 sizes cater perfectly for those wishing to float an unweighted pillie or squid bait down a berley trail intended for snapper or kings.

For more information on Shimano spin reels visit the Shimano website. .

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