Shimano Stradic C5000 HG FL
Introducing the Shimano Stradic C5000 HG FL by the Fishing Pro Shop in Pretoria East.
The new Stradic range brings anglers up a few notches.
Improved casting, smoother reeling, and increased durability. The Stradic FL performs. For the first time in the Stradic class, the reel now features Silent Drive, Micromodule Gear II, and a Long Stroke Spool for better casting distance. Durability has been further improved with increased gear strength and X-Protect water resistance.
The Stradic FL carries forward the creme of the Shimano technologies that Shimano have developed for their spinning reel options. Hagane Body, Hagane Gear, X-Ship, and the G Free Body have all been deployed in the development of the Stradic.
Designed for a wide variety of fishing situations…
The Shimano Stradic C5000 HG FL is actually a big reel that comes in a compact form. It is pure power and finesse. And will feel at home jigging up from the deep, throwing for miles on the surface – and even bait ‘n switch for sailfish and smaller bills.
It sports some seriously powerful featured that will make any big GT think twice before taking you on. That huge handle that can work in a massive inched with every turn. Those powerful gears that you can absolutely rely on. The gear ratio is set to match. No fish will be safe from sitting down deep in a fight. It is a great rock and surf fishing package.
The Compact 5000 size features the same body design as the 4000 size but with a deeper spool to provide larger line capacity and a power handle knob for targeting hard fighting species in estuary and inshore waters. Weighing 295g, the Stradic FL 5000 matches perfectly with a range of rod ratings from 4-8kg to 5-10kg using up to 30lb braid. Featuring 6+1 bearings, 6.2:1 gear ratio and an upgraded Cross Carbon drag system with 11kg of power.
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