Shimano Engetsu Baitcaster Reel - 40% OFF CLEARANCE SALE
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When it was released in 2017, the Shimano Engetsu Baitcaster Reel won plenty of hearts on looks alone. For those who preferred to look a little deeper, concerned that beauty might only be skin deep, the jam-packed feature list of Shimano’s flagship technology soon proved its credentials beyond the display cabinet.
There’s a model for high speed and a model cranking. Whichever your application demands, the theme of the Engetsu is lightweight versatility. With both models a touch over 200 grams, the Shimano Engetsu will suit the baitcaster fan looking to employ lightweight techniques throughout the insure waters.
It’s perfect for vibes, cranks and the smallest of soft plastics. While it may look built for the fresh, Shimano ensured a salt ready construction, so you can deploy it anywhere. This is the versatility factor.
Head up river to the brackish and fresh and cast small hard bodies for Bass. Fish the dams for Perch and Trout. Head back down stream and cast the banks and muddy flats for Whiting and Flathead. In the summer months, this is the ideal reel for casting stick baits at Bream that line the banks of the canals.
There are countless options, and the 4 and 4.5kg of drag give you access to a pretty decent class of fish, despite the reels diminutive size.
The Engetsu is top shelf pedigree and performance. From cast to strike and battle, every motion is silky smooth and seamless. For the angler that demands accuracy; for the angler that demands precision inclusions; for the mobile angler keeping it light whether on land or vessel, the Shimano Engetsu Baitcaster Reel for sale now will make a fine inclusion to your arsenal.
Features and Specifications
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Note Price is for 1 single reel only – Choose Which model you would like to purchase when ordering.
The Shimano Engetsu Baitcaster Reel is a class act loaded with the best of Shimano’s technology. If light action across a broad range of inshore applications is your thing, then you have to have a Shimano Engetsu Baitcaster in your kit.