Friday, July 31, 2015

Ecooda Tiro Pro Series Caster Round Baitcasting Reel Review-Tiro 50A Right Handed

So everybody knows, this is how my reviews work. I will copy information about the product from Amazon, so you get the information from the companies own mouth about the product I will add a picture, then I will give you an opinion about the product in my own words. I think it is important to have the information from the company and an unbiased opinion, so you know the most about each particular product.

  • Ecooda Pro Series Tiro Caster round conventional baitcasting reels have 5 + 1 shielded stainless steel bearings, instant stop anti-reverse bearing for solid hookups, star drag, carbon fiber drag washers, tough CNC machined, anodized aluminum spool, flawless level-wind for perfect line lay with tough ceramic line guide insert to prevent line abrasion
  • The Tiro round baitcaster reel with carbon fiber drags features a durable stainless steel main shaft and rugged machined stainless steel frame that is an affordable fishing tackle upgrade to Penn, Shimano, Abu Garcia, Okuma, Daiwa, or Bass Pro conventional round baitcasting reels
  • Powerful precision machined and aligned brass gears, 5.3:1 gear ratio, high strength machined stainless steel frame and corrosion resisting anodized aluminum side-plates, centrifugal brake with cast control knob audible line-out alarm with easy engagement access, sure grip power handle
  • A Tiro round conventional professional grade quality bait cast reel is excellent fishing tackle for jigging or trolling, is 100% saltwater ready, and looks great on your favorite saltwater or freshwater fishing rod
  • Classic black and gold colors. One-year warranty. Great reel for both freshwater cat fishing bottom fishing and saltwater fishing for fluke
I received this reel in exchange for an honest review. We set this reel up to fish in the ocean. However, we practiced in a pond on the end of the community where I live. We set it up for bass, just in case they were hungry on a very hot day, not likely. Doug put a fake worm, high enough to keep it out of the seaweed like grass. We taught my son (who is eleven) how to cast this rod and reel. My son could not pick it up. I think the pole was a bit too large for him. I was the one who did the casting to review this reel. We put the KastKing Braid line in this beautiful reel. I learned to get the best cast, you throw up and out. I love how smooth this reel is and how you can feel everything very easy. I only got one bite, which was from a fish too small to catch. He nibbled, but there was no way to catch him. Besides, who wants to be the one who catches the only tiny fish who is biting in your little pond anyway? Friday evening (depending on the weather), our plan is to try this rod and reel in the ocean. It may have to wait a few days because we have had nearly constant rain for over a week in Florida. We practiced this reel for an hour and a half and it began to rain again, just as we finished our practice. I expect to catch a lot of nice fish with this reel. I can't wait to get a big one to bite and feel him fight. Will let you know if and when we catch some red snapper or flounder.

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