Daiwa Maverick Fishing Reel For Sale
The Daiwa Saltiga Fishing Reel is often hailed as the best reel on the market. It's no wonder, given its impressive drag system, smooth retrieves, and ability to handle big fish. So, why would anyone opt for the Daiwa Maverick Fishing Reel over the Saltiga? There are a few reasons.
First, the Maverick features much of the same technology as the Saltiga, including Daiwa's Monocoque Body system, G1 Duralium drive gear technology and several other matching features.
Second, the Maverick reel is significantly cheaper than the Saltiga, and it's about half the price. While the Maverick is still relatively pricey, and rightly so, given its advanced technological features, it's a far more affordable option for those anglers looking to get their hands on a high-end Daiwa reel.
So, if you're in the market for a top-of-the-line Daiwa reel but don't want to spend Saltiga money, the Maverick is definitely a choice we recommend.
Features and Specifications
|Size Model||Gear Ratio||Approx Weight||MaxDrag||Approx Mono line capacity||Approx Braid line Capacity||Reel Size Class|
|8000-XH||6.2:1||595 grams||15kg||TBA||PE4/300m||Large Reel|
|10000-XH||6.2:1||610 grams||15kg||TBA||PE5/300m||Large Reel|
|14000-XH||6.2:1||600 grams||15kg||TBA||PE6/300m||Large Reel|
|18000-H||5.8:1||810 grams||20kg||TBA||PE8/300m||Extra-Large Reel|
|20000-H||5.8:1||815 grams||20kg||TBA||PE10/300m||Extra-Large Reel|
- Model: Daiwa Maverick 22 (and current model)
- Ball bearings: 6+1
- High-end spinning reel
- One Piece Seamless airbail system
- Monocoque body (Zaion)
- Magseal body and line roller and bearings
- G1 Duralumin Drive Gear
- Other Technologies: Long cast spool, Air rotor, ATD and more.
- Saltwater Fishing Reel
Daiwa Maverick Fishing Reel Buying Guide
When shopping for a Daiwa Maverick reel, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, consider the type of fishing you'll be doing most often. The Maverick is designed for saltwater fishing, so if you're primarily going to be freshwater fishing, you may want to consider a different reel.
Second, remember that the Maverick is a high-end reel with a high price tag. Although it is significantly cheaper than the Saltiga, it's still rather pricey. If you're on a budget, you may want to look at some of the other Daiwa fishing reels we sell.
Finally, be sure to read the Maverick reel reviews as they appear. While the Maverick is a great reel, it's not right for everyone. By reading reviews, you can better understand whether the reel is a good fit for your fishing style and needs.
Daiwa Maverick 8000 is a medium-sized reel designed for coastal and offshore fishing.
The 8000 features a 15kg Max drag and an extra fast gear ratio of 6.2:1, making it an excellent option for high-speed spinning. With a weight of approximately 595 grams and a 300-metre capacity of PE4 Braid, the Daiwa Maverick 8000 best suits boat rods in the 8-20kg range. Light to medium surf or rock spin rods down to 5-15kg will also match this reel well.
Daiwa Maverick 10000 is the big brother to the 8000, and it also sports a high-speed 6.2:1 gear ratio and max drag of 15Kg. It's a bit heavier at 610 grams but can hold 300 metres of PE5 Braid. The 10,000 is the perfect companion to any offshore boat rod rated between 8-20kg and many 10-12ft surf or rock rods in the same class.
Daiwa Maverick 14000 is the next high-speed spinner in the series, again with a 6.2:1 gear ratio and 15kg of Max drag. The 14000 is built on a larger frame and beefed-up internals to handle the extra power, making it ideal for offshore fishing conditions where only the strongest survive. This reel can also be used for light tackle game fishing when matched with the right rod. It weighs 600 grams and can hold up to 300 metres of PE6 Braid. The 14000 will pair to most boat rods rated 15Kg+ and beach or rock spin rods over 10kg. For those anglers who demand the best from their tackle, the Daiwa Maverick 14000 is the king of high-speed spinning reels.
Daiwa Maverick 18000 is the second largest of the series built for heavy offshore fishing and big surf fish. It has a massive max drag of 20kg and can hold up to 300 metres of PE8 Braid. With a weight of approximately 810 grams, the 18000 is not for the faint-hearted and should only be used with a boat or surf rod rated 15kg or more.
Daiwa Maverick 20,000 is the final beast in the series designed to handle the heaviest offshore, rock and beach fishing conditions. It shares many of the same features as the 18000, including a maximum drag of 20kg, 5.8:1 gear ratio, and a line capacity of 300m/PE10 braid. This reel tips the scales at 815 grams. The 20,000 pairs best with offshore boat rods rated 15kg+, big game spin rods and heavy surf rods over 15kg.
Is the Daiwa Maverick Fishing Reel better than the Saltiga?
The answer to this question is a bit complicated. While the Maverick is a great reel, it's not necessarily better than the Saltiga. The two reels are designed for the same purposes, with the Maverick being significantly cheaper. Both reels are built for saltwater fishing to the highest standards. The Maverick has fewer bearings, and the country of manufacture differs, but otherwise, they are very similar reels. Ultimately, it depends on your budget and what you're looking for in a reel. If you're on a budget, the Maverick is a great option. If you're looking for the best of the best, the Saltiga is hard to beat.
What is the best Daiwa Maverick Fishing Reel features?
Some of the best Maverick features include high-speed gear ratios, large line capacities, and ATD high-spec drag systems. The Maverick is also built in a strong and durable monocoque body that can handle the rigours of saltwater fishing. Additionally, the Maverick features Daiwa's innovative Magsealed technology, protecting the reel from the elements and ensuring a long life.
Saltiga Maverick Spinning reel For Sale
As authorized Daiwa dealers, we offer the Saltiga Maverick spinning reel at a great price here at the fishing tackle shop. Don't settle for less than a genuine product from an official dealer; buy a Saltiga Maverick from us today.