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Author Topic: 13 fishing concept reels  (Read 434 times)

Matt_3479

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13 fishing concept reels
« on: April 17, 2018, 08:16:02 PM »

Looking at picking up a 13 fishing concept A, C or Z and wanted to know what your guys thoughts are on them? Which one you have, and how you like it? Looking at a 7.3:1, left hand.
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Re: 13 fishing concept reels
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2018, 09:32:35 PM »

I have a Concept A, 6.6:1. Lightweight, small profile that palms wonderfully. Casts a mile. The cork handle knobs are a bit thick and take some getting used to but I'd buy another one in heartbeat.
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Re: 13 fishing concept reels
« Reply #2 on: April 17, 2018, 09:41:44 PM »

I have one of the original A models.  Love how it feels on a rod.  Took me a bit longer than normal to dial in.  Straight out of the box.  A member on another forum said he always cleaned and relubed his before using and never had a problem getting them dialed in.  I've used enough different brands of reels that usually I can set the brakes when I mount the reel and it only takes a little fine tuning to have it dialed in for me.  Cast very well once dialed in.

Cork knobs are thicker than I am used to, but not a problem.  Nice long handle.  Mine is the 8.1:1 left hand.
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Re: 13 fishing concept reels
« Reply #3 on: April 18, 2018, 01:11:08 AM »

Iíve got an A in 6.6-1.

Itís by far the most comfortable reel Iíve ever put in my hand. Just seems to fit perfectly in my palm. Second thing I noticed out of the box is that this thing is smoooooooth. Just feels broken in, and seamless brand new. This continues to get better with use.

Mine also took a bit of playing around to get dialed in. I didnít want to turn the brakes down too much, but kept thinking my casting distance could be much better. Finally turned them down pretty low, and it rockets em out there, yet is very controllable.

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Re: 13 fishing concept reels
« Reply #4 on: April 18, 2018, 06:29:57 PM »

Thank you everyone. Every time I go into the store I pick one up. They are the most comfortable little reel to me, great looking reels as well. crazy smooth. Every time I leave with a different reel all I can think about is trying one myself.
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