Top Snapper Fishing Reels

Top Snapper Fishing Reels
Snapper are hard-fighting saltwater fish that are valued for their meat. Snapper fishing requires durable gear that is built for large fish. The best snapper fishing reels will be durable, lightweight for long fights, have a high resistance drag and be resistant to the corrosive qualities of saltwater.

Penn

Penn is a leader in the saltwater reel industry. The Special Senator model is a dependable, conventional reel with high owner ratings on Buzzillions.com. The reel has a machined aluminum frame and a large soft handle comfortable for fighting aggressive fish. The adjustable disc drag can handle large snapper and the six sealed ball bearings ensure that the reel will be smooth and will not rust.

Shimano

With cycling, rowing and fishing gear, Shimano is a diverse sporting company. The Tiagra model is a conventional reel for heavy duty off-shore fishing. It has a machined aluminum frame and a forged aluminum spool. The power grip is good for long fights, and the anti-rust bearings keep the reel running smoothly. It also has a ratcheting drag lever for easy adjustments while fighting fish. The Tiagra is a high-performance reel with great reviews from Reelreports.com.

Daiwa

Daiwa has a large selection of saltwater fishing reels, with the Sealine-X SHA model for snapper fishing. The reel has high ratings from Cabelas.com because of the corrosion-resistant ball bearings, sealed drag and free floating spool. The spool allows you to troll, jig or cast without making any major adjustments, and the casting brake enhances accuracy. It has a 6.1:1 gear ratio for fast retrieving, and the aluminum frame is lightweight and durable.

Article Written By Zach Lazzari

Zach Lazzari is an outdoor writing specialist. He has experience in website writing as well as standard newspaper writing. He wrote an outdoor column for the Silver World in Lake City, Colo., and articles for Colorado-mountain-adventure.com. Lazzari is currently completing his bachelor's degree online through Arizona State University and lives in southwest Montana.

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