Daiwa Exceler LT Spinning Reel
Daiwa Exceler LT Spinning Reel Models
The Daiwa Exceler LT Spinning Reel has a lightweight carbon construction that is tough and big on performance. This reel is fitted with an air rotor and bail, machined aluminum handle, and a smooth, long lasting gear system. The Daiwa Exceler LT Spinning Reel delivers excellent results that every angler wants in a reel, and at a great price.
- Carbon light material housing-LT concept
- Machined aluminum screw-in handle
- Air rotor and airbail
- Manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty
Ratings & Reviews
Flawless as usual
I have now gotten three of these reels. All for fish USA. All my orders have been delivered promptly and what I ordered. I have recommended them to more than one friend.
An awesome addition
I got the 3000 for a dropshot reel. Truly glad I got the 3000 over the 2500. The best I can tell the spool is just bigger around then the 2500. The weight is pretty much the same. The reel is smooth and the drag is very smooth. I have every intention to order another. Shimano will need to bring their game in the spinners up a bunch to bring me back. My baitcasters will continue to be shimano but the spinners are slowly switching to Diana.
LT is exactly what this reel is
by Bropar426 -
I have two of these reels (3000) one I bought at a retail store because I needed a salmon setup asap and then bought my next one from FishUSA that came with a free bag for Black Friday. I broke in my first reel hooking into high single digit steelhead and COHO and the reel let drag out smooth no jerking and reeled them in without a hitch. That 22lbs of drag is for real I probably had it set around 12lbs I would love to try this reel hooking into some striper or other big powerful fish. As for the other review saying the bail didn't engage means they are trying to close it by turning the handle which after watching pros and others you never close the bail by turning the handle. At least I don't anymore after having issues with reels that I used and closed the bail by turning the handle. To me it's more effort trying to force the handle to close the bail any how. I plan on buying each series of LT reels, if they are anything like the Exceler I know I'm going to be extremely happy.