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Pflueger Trion Spinning Reels offer a lightweight body and rotor with stainless steel ball bearings that blend strength and smoothness for a reel that is sure not to disappoint. It offers a standard spool that is made from strong, dependable aluminum that will not fail under stress and a soft touch knob that provides superior ergonomics and tactile grip.

Features of Pflueger Trion Spinning Reels include:

  • Instant anti-reverse one-way clutch bearing
  • Threaded main gear design eliminates play in the handle
  • Smooth multi-disc drag system with stainless steel and oiled felt washer
  • Sure-click bail provides an audible signal when bail is fully opened and ready to cast
  • Anti-twist titanium line roller
  • Convertible left and right hand retrieve

Pflueger Trion Spinning Reels
(Right, Left,
or Both)
per crank


Review Summary
(3 Reviews)
of customers would recommend this product.100%
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Bend Your Rod
Pacific NorthWest
 Great Reel For The Price
Pros: Smooth
Cons: More Bearings
Comments: Great Reel for the price smooth!
John Ski
Pacific NorthWest
 Nice Budget Reel
Pros: Smooth
Comments: Nice budget reel smooth with nice drag!
Midwest Mizzu lakes area
knutz on reels
Pros: no problems, excellent drag, well designed for avoiding backlash good looking too.
Cons: Should have found out about the fine Trion reels many moons ago
Comments: Have been fishing independently for over 50 years. During this time saw the Pflueger name go from my grandpa's gorgeous in looks and service jeweled supreme round reel top o line, to well for me anywho just didn't like anything they made. Could be wrong, but think the late 50s early 60s stuff was el cheapo. Spent many years ignoring them.......... Until was gifted a Pflueger President Spinning Combo (mated the rod with another) If reviewing the President would be a 5 too, oh, the reel not the politician. The Pres is about 4 years old now, lot's of rough use has the wooden handle. Back of pickup truck down 5 miles of dirt road type things. Well, this led me to thinking, the Pflueger Trion series was a little less moohlah, had to check it out, so I picked up a GX-7. (7 Ball Bearings a titch smaller than the Prez) Both of these reels are mounted on 7 foot Diawa Fiberglass rods which gives them a nice light feeling. Both are used mainly from shore, and used hard. Although have used all three (later) to cast out of boat around dock area. The GX-7 has been my first to go rod and reel for a couple of years. Have reels costing 3-4 times the GX-7. Lot's of 2-3 lb bass, more than my share of snags too. Works as good as new. Well, got a bad case of the "I needs" for another small Shellcracker, Sunfish rod and reel. ?? holds 100 yards of 6? 4? lb, and has 5 ball bearings. I have read reviews on the Trion series claiming they hold their own against much more expensive reels. I believe it, because I've compared. This little reel on a new fancy Ugly Stick amazes me regarding distance ability. Needed the fine drag system a few days ago, tip o hat!
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