The Abu Garcia Revo STX Low Profile Fishing Reel offers exceptional features and excellent performance. The exceptional features include the X2-craffic alloy frame, Dragger bass gear, a power stack carbon matrix drag system, and an extended belt cracking handles. It has 10 stainless steel ball bearings+1 roller, and it is applicable in both freshwater and saltwater.
Reel overview: Introducing another remarkable Baitcasting reel series from Abu Garcia. From price to perform point of view, the Revo x low profile series is one of the best Abu Garcia reels out there. And don’t worry, it doesn’t have a classic look. More like a laser cut state of the art manufacturing look. Ergonomic, compact, nicely polished color finishing will attract young blokes easily. But what’s happening within the good looking reel? Let’s find out.
The rule of thumb I follow is to use spinning reels when I need to fish with light line (8-pound test or less) and switch to a baitcaster for fishing with heavy line (10-pound test or more). I do have some exceptions to the rule such as I fill my baitcaster with 8-pound monofilament when I fish suspended stickbaits for wintertime bass. Using lighter line helps my stickbaits dive deeper and I prefer the higher gear ratio of a baitcaster because I like to let my stickbaits sit still on a slack line and the baitcaster allows me to reel in line quicker to set the hook after I detect a strike.
PT: Why are baitcasting reels usually cranked with the right hand, whereas spinning reels are predominantly cranked with the left? How did that happen in the industry? If an angler is right handed and cranks with his right, doesn’t switching hands to hold the baitcasting rod in his weaker left hand — cast after cast after cast — seem like wasted energy?
Once the brake has been set properly for the 1/2oz casting weight you can begin practice casting. Start with overhead casts of a light to medium strength power. Depress the thumb bar to put the reel in free spool mode and quickly place your thumb on the spool. Your thumb will keep the spool from rotating until you release it on the cast. Bring the rod tip back over your shoulder like you would for any overhead cast. Swing the rod forward under moderate power and release your thumb from the spool as your rod tip reaches the eleven o’clock position. As you release your thumb pressure from the spool on the cast, you want to maintain the slightest pressure on the line on top of the spool as the line spins off the spool. This is often referred to as “feathering” the line as the amount of pressure you are applying is minute. This helps to keep the spool from turning too quickly.
Shimano Citicabaistcasting reel is made of a unique S3D spool that reduces spool vibration, and an Infinity brake system, that makes it easy-to-manage. The baitcasting reel has 11 lb. Max drag, retrieve range 26-30(in), stainless steel bearings with 5 Ball Bearings and 1 Roller Bearing.  It weighs 7.5 oz. and with mono line capacity 8/180, 10/155, 14/110
Choose an isolated location. It can be dangerous to try baitcasting in a place where too many people are around. You have to constantly make sure no one is behind you or too close to you in order to make sure you don’t accidentally snag them with your lure. And being hyper aware of your surroundings takes away some of the relaxing joy of baitcasting anyways.[16]
Personally I use a spinning reel when casting for species such as pike and asp, fishing for perch and fishing vertical. When I would be trolling for pike with larger lures, I switch to the baitcaster. When setting it in a rod rest I use a longer, more flexible rod and when keeping the rod in hands, I prefer a shorter, somewhat stiffer baitcaster rod. It is purely a matter of personal taste because I believe a traditional rod and spinning reel won’t catch less.

Built-quality: Introducing you one of the best Abu Garcia baitcasting reel, the Abu Garcia Revo SX series. To me, it’s one of the finest low profile baitcasting reel that Abu Garcia has ever produced. There’s a couple of reasons behind claiming it one of the finest all-around reels of these days an angler can buy today. It’s very lightweight, easy to palm, comes in two different gear ratios and most importantly budget friendly.
A great braking system is important with baitcasters as this will help prevent the brutal backlashes or “birds nest”. A backlash is when the spool over rotates after the lure has hit the water and these additional rotations cause the fishing line to bunch up on the reel. A good braking system will slow the spool down just before the end of the cast to ensure these additional rotations do not occur.
One thing that stands out about this reel is the handle size, which seems large in comparison to the reel body. However, it is very comfortable to use. On the downside, the anodizing on the crank nut showed scarring after one removal of the handle. Stainless steel would be better there. But for the price, the overall fit and finish on the reel is good, and this smooth-rolling, long-casting reel fills our number 9 slot.
Regardless of whether you are an accomplished angler or whether you are new to fishing, picking quality baitcasting reel is essential. With the best bait-casting reel in your gun shop, you will have the opportunity to throw your line more accurately than you have ever done before. This type of reel comes in vast assortments, making it difficult to find the best of your needs.
For casting precision, the baitcaster reels dominate this space. It accomplishes this by being able to slow or stop the spool with your thumb when casting. This gives the angler complete control of how much line is being released off the spool. For example, if you’re looking to cast or skip a lure/bait into a small section while trying to avoiding branches, logs, docks, etc. the baitcaster reel rises above the spinning reel.

Overall, the Chronarch MGL can be the versatile workhorse baitcasting reel that you need. It is well suited for anything from finesse lures and weightless plastics, all the way up to your flipping and pitching needs. The fact that you can get this performance in a lightweight carbon frame reel, without the price tag of a Japanese import is a bonus.
After getting comfortable with casting the heavier casting weight you should go back to casting with the 1/2oz casting weight again and then move on to an even lighter casting weight. You will find that it is a bit more difficult to cast the lighter weight sinkers than it is the heavier ones. This is why many anglers will rely on spinning reels to handle their lighter weight lures. For example, in the world of freshwater bass fishing, most seasoned anglers will choose to throw lures weighing more than 1/4oz on their baitcasting gear while leaving all the lightweight, finesse presentations for their spinning gear.
As for handling, you get to choose between cork and EVA handles depending on which look and feel you like. Both options are durable and offer a soft, non-slip grip ensuring you have the control you need when casting and bringing in fish and offering comfort when fishing for hours. The cork handled reel is slightly more expensive than the EVA handled one.
Spool Tension Knob: The spool tension knob is like a smaller braking system kept inside the main braking system. You can think of this part as the gears on a bicycle. Where the braking system slows down the overall movement of the whole bike, a spool tension knob adjusts the cadence of the pedaling. Another way to describe it, more directly perhaps, is that a spool tension knob determines spool speed. A braking system keeps you from casting too much line, a tension knob controls how fast that line comes out. This is one of the more challenging parts of a baitcasting reel for beginners to pick up, but boosts performance quite a lot.

When you resolve to but a baitcasting reel, there are some things you should consider so that you can get a good one. They are found in both right and left-hand types with the right models being the most common. Unlike spinning reels, baitcaster’s handles cannot be swapped out — most anglers who are right-handed use right-handed reels. Despite this, whenever you make a cast, you would still have to switch the reel to your left hand, and you use your right hand to hold and turn the handle. However, this is not s for left-hand baitcasting reels. Therefore, your choice of hands is pivotal to the model you would want to opt in for. Although if you don’t want to be switching hands, it is advisable that opting in for the reel which has the same configuration as your spinning reel set up would be best. Furthermore, taking a close look at the following would help you in making the best choice for yourself.

A baitcaster works well with all three line types: monofilament, fluorocarbon and braid. I use a baitcaster with monofilament for topwater baits such as Zara Spooks, twitching suspended stickbaits and cranking in the shallows or at mid-depths. A baitcaster with fluorocarbon is my choice for jig fishing, Texas-rigged soft plastics and deep cranking. I rely on a baitcaster filled with braid for buzz baits, plastic frogs and topwater chuggers.
Keep practice casting until you can cast that casting weight 30 – 50 feet without a backlash. Once you get relatively comfortable with casting the ½oz casting weight replace it with a 3/4oz or 1oz casting weight. Remember, every time that you change to a lure of a different weight, you will need to readjust your brake. Run through the vertical dropping drill that you performed before you started casting the 1/2oz casting weight. Once the brake is adjusted, start practice casting with the heavier casting weight. You will notice how much further you can cast because of the weight of the casting weight even though you are casting at the same moderate power that you had been earlier. Generally, heavier lures are easier to cast on baitcasting gear.
   This TATULA is more likely Black Bass and Pike fishing Purpose.  I personally use TATULA for Deep dive Crank bait,  Lipless Crank, Mid size Soft Shad lure, Blade shad, Rubber jig, Texas rig, Frog game etc...  I would say this TATULA is all around reel for French water purpose.  And This TATULA had 4 different gear ratio. So, You can choise it for differrent purpose.  I usellay use 5.4:1 for Super deep Crank bait, 6.3:1 for Crank bait and Spinnerbait, 7.3:1 for Soft shad lure and Texas rig and 8.1:1 for Heavy Texas and Frog game. 
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