Shimano Saragosa SW Spinning Reels are new for 2013! Shimano took several of the most technologically advanced features from the Stella SWB and put them in the Saragosa. The new Shimano Saragosa SWB is now more powerful, smoother, more rigid, and has a much better drag system. Saragosa SW Spinning Reels are also water tight. Shimano has placed seals around the reel to keep water and salt out. It is not dunkable but it can take being splashed while fishing on the boat for big fish!
Shimano Saragosa SW Spinning Reels were designed for catching big saltwater fish. Whether you are fishing from the boat for tarpon, or tuna, or fishing from the beach for big stripers, the Shimano Saragosa SW Spinning Reels will deliver the power and performance to reel in those fish.
Shimano Saragosa SW Spinning Reels are available in several sizes.
Models: SRG5000SW, SRG6000SW, SRG8000SW, SRG10000SW, SRG20000SW, SRG25000SW
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i bought the 10000. feels heavy duty. feels slight bind. maybe its normal. not sure as this is my first saltwater reel. ive had the bail close one couple times on a cast. very minimal in feature but it gets the job done.
Took my new 20000 Saragossa to Florida with 500 yards of 80 lb braid. I matched it with 7.5 ft OTI tuna popping rod and love it. I caught grouper, big red snapper, and amberjack jigging butterfly jigs off the bottom in up to 300 ft of water. The nice part is the line retrieve rate, so it doesn't take so long to reel in. I will take it to Venice, LA in the spring for Yellowfin tuna. At 2:07 of this video is one of my victims: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQ-lhuxBQNI&list=UURjvuQEnYjHVWxvdYAGGt5g