Shimano IX Spinning Reels

If you’ve ever considered a move from a closed-face reel, the Shimano IX Spinning Reel will make that an easy decision. Shimano’s IX Reels with their QuickFireII bail levers are so easy to cast, you’ll never go back to your closed-face reel again!

This new IX Series of Reels is perfect for beginners and budget-conscious anglers alike. It sports Shimano’s exclusive QuickFireII bail lever that makes one-handed casting just as easy as with your old push-button closed-face reel. And the price makes this an affordable, convenient decision for anyone.

The Shimano IX Spinning Reel is available in three models all with Bushing ball bearings – and each sports the following specifications. Model IX-1000R has an ultralight action and 4.1:1 gear ratio and weighs a lightweight 7 ounces. It has a line capacity of 110 yards of 6-pound-test. The Model IX-2000RC runs medium action and 4.1:1 gear ratio. It weighs 8 1/2 ounces and had a 100-yard line capacity at 10-pound test. Finally, model IX-4000RC is a medium-heavy unit with a 4.2:1 gear ratio, and it weighs 11 1/2 ounces. It’ll hold up to 200 yards of 10-pound-test line.

Outfit the whole family with the affordable Shimano IX Spinning Reel this open water season and enjoy excellent, user friendly casting all summer long.

For more information, contact:
Shimano American Corp.
Reel Support Services
One Holland
Irvine, CA 92618

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