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Steez Limited for sale

Steez Limited for sale. Perfect condition, used twice, time to move it on and make way for a Steez Namiki. $500 Aus.

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Daiwa Zillion Project T- Ep8

Few Daiwa baitcasters are as loved or have such a revered reputation as the Zillion. November sees the latest version of this famous reel hit Australian shores. Want to know more about the new pimped Zilion then check out the Daiwa Australia page, or if you want to see the reel in action and hear was the US bass pros have to say then take a look of the clip below.

New Toys Downunder from Imakatsu

Umbrella Weather

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Bass Angler

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Daiwa SS SV- the Steez Killer

IMG_9183When give the choice of spin tackle or baitcaster tackle, I’ll take baitcaster 9 times out of 10, and when I do I’ll reach for a baitcaster it’s a Steez that I usually reach for.

It’s no secret that I love my Steezes, and the Steez baitcaster has been my favourite ever since I used one, and while I’ve had and used plenty of others Daiwa baitcasters (T3, Alphas, PX 68, Tatula, Zonda, Zillion, TDZ, etc) my thoughts generally come back to Steez, and what ever I’m using generally gets compared to the Steez in terms of looks, feel and performance.

While I love the Steez dearly the one thing I always felt was missing from the Steez family was a slow speed model. A slow speed baitcaster I might add has been hard to get in JDM reels in recent years since Japan developed a taste for hi-speed bait finesse reels.

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