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Daiwa Lexa 300H Baitcaster Reel
Following its tradition of excellence, Daiwa focused on designing a baitcaster for tough, hard fighting, tackle destroying fish like the mighty murray cod, big barramundi and lure crunching mangrove jacks. The engineers at Daiwa designed and built a compact high performance reel, the Daiwa Lexa Baitcaster Reel.
The Daiwa Lexa 300 H Baitcaster Reel is a serious workhorse in a slim compact and lightweight frame particularly designed for strength, durability and performance. The oversized swept handle sits comfortably in the hand allowing stress free winding under load. While the body frame is ultra strong, rigid and corrosion resistant to keep the Daiwa’s toughest gear system to date in perfect alignment even after several years of hard use.
Magforce, the magnetic cast control system, provides an unrivaled control virtually eliminating backlashes and over runs. An additional feature is the design of open access spool for even greater thumb control of the line.
The superb Daiwa Lexa 300H Baitcaster Reel series has the toughest gears ever used in a baitcasting reel to date. Combined with the Open Access Metal Frame and oversized swept handle. Seven CRBB (Corrosion Resistant Ball Bearings) protected by Daiwa’s superb lubrication and sealing solutions ensure a reel that can handle almost those extreme tense moments with ease. Then there is Daiwa’s Ultimate Tournament Drag, which brings unbridled confidence when you’re hooked to that big fish.
The Daiwa Lexa 300H Baitcaster reel is suited to use on baitcasting or overhead fishing rods ranging from 1.5m to 2.2m in length matched to the line class you wish to fish.
Target species include murray cod, saratoga, barramundi, mangrove jack, queenfish, mulloway, small tuna and mackerel etc
|Model||Gear Ratio Line Retrieve||Bearings||Max Drag(kg)||Line Capacity||Weight (g)|
|Lexa 300H||6.3 : 1 (73cm)||6 + 1||10||14lb / 175m, 20lb / 110m||298|
The Daiwa Lexa 300H Baitcaster Reel, when you know the big one is just around the next river bend!