Shimano Sienna Spinning Reel 4000FD
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With top-of-the-line features, the Shimano Sienna Spinning Reel 4000FD is sure to satisfy. The reel's Propulsion Line Management System reduces line twist and enables the line to flow smoothly. The Shimano spinning reel suitable for Mono, Fluorocarbon and PowerPro lines. Built for durability, this reel has a graphite frame and rotor with an aluminum spool and stainless steel ball bearings. With varispeed oscillation, the Shimano fishing reel uses a Fluidrive II system, and it features a ported handle shank with rubber handle grips.
Shimano Sienna Spinning Reel 4000FD:
- Propulsion Line Management System allows the line to flow consistently off the spool
- Varispeed oscillation
- Graphite frame and rotor
- Aluminum spool
- Stainless steel ball bearings
- Ported handle shank
- Rubber handle grips
- Fluidrive II system
- Repairable clicker
- Rated for use with Mono, Fluorocarbon and PowerPro lines
|Fishing Type:||Freshwater Reels|
|Multi Pack Indicator:||No|
|Battery Type:||Does Not Contain a Battery|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.95|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||5.25 x 5.75 x 3.75|
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- Yes it can be used for saltwater fishing. The spool is made from aluminum. Its good practice to rinse the rod and reel after fishing to prevent salt damage to the metal parts.by WisconsinAngler10/31/2015Was this answer helpful? (4) (0)Was this answer helpful?