Tuesday, March 12, 2013

You can own the famous tangle-free WaveSpin reel for $29.95

Two light tackle reels with smooth, gutsy drags specially priced at $29.95 each. Why do I recommend them? I bought the reels for far more when they were first introduced and found them to perform flawlessly. I continue to use them to this day..

Two of the fishing reels that helped launch the popularity and success of WaveSpin tangle-free spinning reels are being offered as a “tax time” closeout special.

“We are making way for new models to include higher end metal bodied reels,” said WaveSpin’s Russ Riley. “We also wanted to give anglers a break around tax season.” The special for the DH 4000 and DH 5000, each priced at $29.95, is available only online at WaveSpinReel.com and is not available at Bass Pro, Cabela’s or other retail outlets.

Both reels have 8+1 stainless steel ball bearings, come with a two year warranty and are great for fish in the 10 - 50 lb range such as musky, pike, salmon and catfish. The DH 4000 was previously priced at $83.26; the DH 5000 was $91.75. The DH 4000 uses space age technology to produce 45 lbs. of smooth multi-disc drag (typically 15 – 20 lbs on other reels this size). This long casting reel uses 8–12 lb mono or 30–50 lb.  braid from 170–290 yds., and weighs 12 ozs. The DH5000 weighs 12.5 ozs. It uses 10–14 lb. mono or 40–60 lb braid from 160-240 yds.

All WaveSpins have patented American design, dead stop infinite anti-reverse, llght-weight graphite body and rotor, a giant multi disc front drag system, oversized line roller, convertible right or left hand retrieve, and have guaranteed exclusive no tangle technology. Quantities are limited on both models.

These distinctive reels with “wave” designed spool, drag, were engineered by “The Bass Professor,” Doug Hannon. In 2008, the reels received Field & Stream Magazine’s prestigious “BEST of the BEST” Award.

Editor's note and warning:  One of my friends ordered the reel after reading this blog and he sent the following message: "The reel was $29.95 (plus $9.95 shipping) the spare spool was $31.95. I guess if I wanted a spare spool I could have ordered a second reel!" Let this be a warning. You do  NOT need a spare spool. The reel cost plus the $9.95 S&H is enough.

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