Daiwa Aird SW Reel
Daiwa's Aird Reel is now available in a heavy-duty version, providing extra power for anglers. The Daiwa Aird SW Reel is built with a larger and stronger housing, making it ideal for saltwater fishing.
The Daiwa Aird SW Reel is built to tackle big fish in tough conditions. With a larger and stronger housing, it can get to grips with the challenges that saltwater fishing can dish out. The anodized aluminium spool can handle large line capacities, making it ideal for surf and offshore boat angling. The large EVA power-style handle provides the cranking power needed to pull in those challenging fish. So if you're looking for a reel that can handle the trials of saltwater fishing, look no further than the Daiwa Aird SW Reel.
All you need to do is take your pick of the two models we have for sale:
- Daiwa Aird SW Boat 8000
- Daiwa Aird SW Surf 10000
Features and Specifications:
- Lightweight yet Heavy-duty housing (Aluminium)
- Anodized aluminium spool
- Large EVA power-style handle
- Saltwater resistant
- Surf and offshore models available
- Technologies: Twistbuster, Digigear, Infinite anti-reverse
- Bearings: 4+1
Models For Sale
Aird SW Boat - Anglers chasing big pelagics and demersal fish from the boat will want to try the Aird SW Boat model. Available in 8000, it's got the cranking power and line capacity needed to deal with these often powerful fish.
- Line Capacity: 270m/12lb Mono
- Max Drag: 6Kg
- Gear Ratio: 5.3:1
- weight: 390 grams
- Ideal rod to match: We suggest a 6-7ft spin rod in medium to heavy action rated 8kg+
Aird SW Surf - The Aird SW Surf model is designed for those chasing fish from the beach. Available in 10000, it will hold enough fishing line to deal with long runs typical when fishing the surf. Aird Surf also sports the power to stop fish in their tracks when they dash for the safety of the breakers.
Line Capacity: 370m/14lb mono
- Max Drag: 8Kg
- Gear Ratio: 4.6:1
- weight: 600 grams
- Ideal rod to match: We suggest a 10-12ft spin rod rated between 8-20kg.
Does the SW Range Replace LT Aird?
No, the new SW series complements the existing LT (light tackle) models in the Aird range. The new SW (heavy-duty) models are for anglers that require extra power and line capacity when fishing offshore or from the beach.
Can I use the Surf Aird SW model offshore?
You sure can; the Surf Aird SW model is just as at home being used from a boat as from the beach. The significant difference is the size and line capacity. So, if you need a reel with a bit more grunt, then the Surf Aird SW is fine for offshore use.
Do I need to use mono with the new Aird SW?
No, you can use either braid or mono with the new Aird SW series. We recommend using a fluorocarbon leader when using braid as this will help with abrasion resistance and increase your strike rate due to the near-invisible properties of fluorocarbon.
How much drag can I expect from the new Aird SW?
The Boat Aird SW model has a max drag of 6kg, while the Surf Aird SW model has a max drag of 8kg. These are both more than enough to stop most fish in their tracks.
Why Buy a Daiwa Aird SW Reel?
The Daiwa Aird SW Reel is an excellent choice for anglers who need a durable and robust reel for saltwater fishing. With its large and strong housing, anodized aluminium spool, and large EVA power-style handle, the Daiwa Aird SW Reel can handle many of the offshore and surf fishing challenges we encounter here in Australia. So if you're looking for a reel that can give you the power and performance you need in saltwater fishing, look no further than the Daiwa Aird SW Reel, now for sale in our online store.