The Fuego LT series of spinning reels, state of the art fishing tools that define Daiwa’s commitment to the LT Concept of lighter, tougher material. With conventional, heavier spinning reels, long hours of casting and retrieving can fatigue the arms and hands.
The Fuego LT housing is light but sturdy constructed from a Carbon based material. The innovative Magsealed main shaft delivers butter smooth performance while preventing water or dirt intrusion. The technology uses a Mag Oil that can be magnetically solidified similar to a packing on a boat’s propeller shaft. Oil smooth operation as well as a water and impurities barrier makes the design and function unparalleled.
The Machined Aluminum handle is ergonomically correct and screws easily into the body. Six ball bearings and one roller bearing combine to create the ultimate in silky smooth operation. If you are looking for an amazing reel packed with high-end design and technology features then the Daiwa’s Fuego LT may be the reel for you. Salt Strong Insider Approved!
- Carbon Light Material Housing - LT Concept
- Machined Aluminum Screw-In Handle
- 7 Bearing System
- Available in sizes from 1000 to 4000
- 5.2 : 1 and 6.2:1 gear ratios
Based on Braid Line Capacity:
FGLT1000D - [Gear Ratio 5.2:1, 6+1 Bearings, 11Lb Drag, Line Capacity 200Yd/8Lb, Recommended line sizes: 4 lbs to 8 lbs, Weight 6.7oz.]
FGLT2500D-XH - [Gear Ratio 6.2:1, 6+1 Bearings, 22Lb Drag, Line Capacity 185Yd/15Lb, Recommended line sizes: 10 lbs to 15 lbs, Weight 7.2oz.]
FGLT2500D - [Gear Ratio 5.3:1, 6+1 Bearings, 22Lb Drag, Line Capacity 185Yd/15Lb, Recommended line sizes: 10 lbs to 15 lbs, Weight 7.2oz.]
FGLT3000D-C - [Gear Ratio 5.3:1, 6+1 Bearings, 22Lb Drag, Line Capacity 220Yd/20Lb, Recommended line sizes: 15 lbs to 20 lbs, Weight 7.6oz.]
FGLT4000D-C - [Gear Ratio 5.2:1, 6+1 Bearings, 26.4Lb Drag, Line Capacity 200Yd/30Lb, Recommended line sizes: 20 lbs to 30 lbs, Weight 8.6oz.]
These reels can work great with braid as well as monofilament lines from all top manufacturers. We personally recommend using braid as the mainline on top of some mono backing to use to stick to the spool and to fill the base layer of the spool with mono so you can save money on the braid.
We have tested a variety of lines over the years, and the 2 that seem to consistently score high for both breaking strength and casting distance are PowerPro & Daiwa's J-Braid 8 Grand.
For selecting the power rating to go with, it's best to go with a power that is in the recommended range for your reel of choice (range shown above in specs).
Click here to see how to spool the lines yourself.
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