What does 8000 mean on a reel?
Large sized spinning reels (6000 – 30000)
|Reel Size||Recommended Mono Line Strength||Recommended Braid Line Strength|
|8000 (or 80)||16-20lb (8kg-10kg)||20-50lb|
|8500 (or 85)||18-22lb (9kg-11kg)||30-50lb|
|9000 (or 90)||18-22lb (9kg-11kg)||30-50lb|
|9500 (or 95)||20-25lb (10kg-12.5kg)||30-50lb|
What does 4000 mean on a reel?
Choosing a fishing rod to go with this size reel: A 4000 or 40 reel is where you start to gain a little size so this sized reel will generally suit medium action classes of rods in the 6ft-7ft (barra/snapper style rod) with a line class of around 4Kg-10Kg or in an 8ft-10ft (light surf) rod with a light line class …
What is a 1000 size reel good for?
The 1000 or 10 size reel is ideal for fishing with 2-to 4-pound test monofilament line. I pair this reel with an ultralight rod measuring either 4 1/2- to 5 1/2- feet long. This is a great combination for trout fishing and small panfish such as bluegill and yellow perch.
What are the 3 types of reels?
There are three main types of fishing reels: spinning reels, baitcast reels, and spincast reels.
What does 2500 mean on a fishing reel?
2500 (or 25) Recommended line strength = mono 5-8lb (2-4kg) or braid = 5-12lb (2-6kg) Detail = Still a small-sized reel, but with more line capacity than the 1000 and 2000 sizes.
What size reel do I need for a 7 foot rod?
1000 to 3500 (or 10 – 35) class reels are small reels likely to be used for a lightweight 6 – 7ft rod targeting small fish species. Typically the monofilament line weight range for these smaller reels is 2-10lb (1-5kg) or 4-14lb braid.
How do you pick the right size reel?
Choosing the correct reel size is as easy as determining the size fishing line you intend to use most often. The lighter the line you intend to use, the smaller the reel you should purchase. Ten-pound test line should be the highest strength and diameter used on a spinning reel.
What are the 4 types of reels?
Overall, there are 4 types of reels: spincast, baitcasting, spinning and fly reels. To help you choose the right reel, we listed each type and their functional benefits for your fishing style and skill level.
How do you know what size reel to buy?
Is a 6000 reel too big?
Now the only thing you should do is to look for a reel that can hold 250-300 yards of your optimal line diameter. The size 5000-6000 is large enough to hold 300 yards of most lines used for shore fishing.
How big is a 4000 size reel?
Here is a spinning reel size chart
|Spinning Reel Sizes||Recommended Line (Mono)||Recommended Line (Braid)|
|3500||6-10lb (2.5-5kg)||6-15lb (2.5-7kg)|
|Medium Size Spinning Reels:|
|4000||8-12lb (4-6kg)||8-20lb (3.5-9kg)|
|5000||10-15lb (4.5-7kg)||10-25lb (4.5-11kg)|