Piscifun reels
Clark A
Posted 4/20/2022 7:01 PM (#1004675)
Subject: Piscifun reels




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Location: Bloomington, MN
Has anyone tried a Piscifun 300 size baitcasting reel??
sworrall
Posted 4/20/2022 8:32 PM (#1004678 - in reply to #1004675)
Subject: Re: Piscifun reels





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Location: Rhinelander, Wisconsin
Yes, I have several. Great reel worth much more than it costs. I use them for muskies, pike, bass, and walleye casting with line from 30# to 60#. Smooth, well-behaved reel.

I'll reserve comments about the US portion of the company. PM with questions.
kdawg
Posted 4/20/2022 8:45 PM (#1004679 - in reply to #1004675)
Subject: RE: Piscifun reels




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Yep. The reel gets the job done. Kdawg
talmooner
Posted 4/22/2022 11:46 AM (#1004716 - in reply to #1004675)
Subject: Re: Piscifun reels




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Agreed. I have one and thinking about getting more. Great reel for the money. Use for both muskies and big pike in Canada.
Talmooner
Booch
Posted 5/26/2022 9:52 PM (#1006604 - in reply to #1004675)
Subject: Re: Piscifun reels




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Don't have any of their reels yet, but do have two of their tackle bags. If the reel quality is as good as the bags, I wouldn't hesitate to try one.
Jman14
Posted 12/7/2022 6:52 PM (#1016217 - in reply to #1004675)
Subject: Re: Piscifun reels




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I’ve got a high speed one(8.1:1) and the lower speed (5.9:1) and throw everything on them from 3/4 oz rattle traps to the big joe and double 12’s no hesitation. I love the reels for the cost