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If you are planning on frogging with the reel, which ever you decide to buy, make sure it is a metal frame. You need a solid reel for some tough frog fishing. The PQ is still the best bang for the buck reel with the metal frame and dual brakes.
Doesn't the lew's have a metal frame?
I don't know which model you are looking at. I cant keep track of the exact models since they are all called Speed Spools, lol. Im a Shimano/Daiwa guy. Just make sure it says that in the description.
I like the lews line more. I have two lews (a BB1 and a tournament pro speed spool) and two bps pro qualifiers. The lews reels are both lighter than the PQ. Also, if your just getting in to baitcasting, the Lews tension spool knob "clicks" every time you turn it a direction, I really like being able to feel the spool clicking as I'm fine tuning the rod/reel/line/lure so I can use it as a point of reference so I can get as close to using the least amount of tension so I can cast the farthest.... Just my preference.
I did a lot of research and read a lot of reviews before i bought my first baitcaster. I went up to walmart to buy a old cheap baitcaster to get the feel of them. It was the lews laser, it was the smoothest they had, last week i went and bought a lews BB1 you talk about smooth! I wont buy any baitcaster besides a lews!
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