Re: Where are the shimanos?
Posted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 1:11 pm
Exquisite as usual for TT!! Thanks for sharing
Thats a monster reel for the money Too bad mine is stuck in a storage unitTony9 wrote:My first DC reel. Lovin' it so far!
Yep, great reel. Shimano should bring it to the US. Would probably cost about $350 if they ever do.Bootytrain wrote: Thats a monster reel for the money Too bad mine is stuck in a storage unit
This is my first DC reel as well and it has definitely became my new favorite. Wouldn't mind getting one in the HG version as well.Tony9 wrote:My first DC reel. Lovin' it so far!
Yea. It really makes me want to try the 4x8 DC, but my wallet won't allow it.dag3220 wrote:This is my first DC reel as well and it has definitely became my new favorite. Wouldn't mind getting one in the HG version as well.
No problem. The 6.3 in left always seemed to be sold out, so I had to wait awhile before I got mine. It really is a nice reel. You won't regret it.lmbfisherman wrote:Thanks for sharing the Scorpion DC reel pics. That looks sweet on your rod. I've been battling the thought of getting one...this may kick me in the butt to do it!
Can't go wrong with the citica. These pics makes me regret selling mines.LgMouthGambler wrote:My recently acquired Citica E. This is a BNIB reel. I decided to mod it a bit to give some really nice performance and aesthetic upgrades. Inside I replaced the bushing on the driveshaft with a bearing. Swapped the gears out for CuradoE7 gears. JDM Shimano spool bearings. Carbontex drag upgrade. HawgTech handle and cork knobs. And last but not least, I searched for the Curado200E drag star that is obsolete. Rounded all the parts to switch the drag stars. I use it for frogging with 50lb braid.
Nice man!BRONZEBACK32 wrote:
rockchalk06 wrote:Nice man!
I just traded my last Met MGL off today. I'll probably regret it later.