Quantum Accurist PT-A Baitcasting Reels are perfect inshore fluke fishing reels. They are a favorite of John Skinner! The Accurist is constructed of aluminum and features seven PT ball bearings making it incredibly smooth. The dual centrifugal and magnetic cast control systems work seamlessly together to give you long, accurate casts. The Quantum Accurist PT-A has a built in Flippin Switch which is a really great addition. It allows you to get your bait back to the bottom with a single push of a button. No need to reengage. Freshwater fishermen have been using the Flippin Switch for years to great success! This baitcasting reel has a PT ceramic drag system that puts out 16 lbs of drag and a brass PT main gear for strength and durability. If you love fishing with a small low profile baitcasting reel that is packed with features, but you don't want to break the bank, then your search has ended. Get yourself a Quantum Accurist PT-A Baitcasting Reel.
Quantum Accurist PT-A Baitcasting Reels are white and black.
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Just wanted to make sure that those buying this reel use the internal centrifugal braking system to avoid backlashes. Think of the internal centrifugal braking system as being the main way to adjust the reel from over spinning, and the external magnetic control as fine tuning. To adjust the internal centrifugal braking system, just remove the side plate and hold the line/spool down firmly with your left thumb. Then rotate the outside of the dial using your right thumb and index finger from 0 (the default setting) to 5 if this is your first baitcast reel. (As you develop an "educated thumb" to prevent over spinning you can dial the centrifugal control setting down, and get greater casting distance without backlashes.) Fine tune with the external magnetic braking system, and of course you will have to adjust the spool tension knob every time you change the weight of your lure or add/subtract sinker weight. The instructions in the box are very sparse so I hope this is helpful.