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Event Article: 2006 Fred Hall Show - San Francisco


The New Year brings new and exciting events and tackle to the 2006 Fred Hall San Francisco Show  (continued)
 

Daiwa: The guys at the Daiwa booth had a lot to show us too. The eye catching, colored reels caught our attention immediately. Brightly shining in Calís eyes was the introduction of the left-handed TD Sol baitcast reel. Finally! Now anglers who use left-hand retrieve reels, but prefer to stick with domestic products, can add the Daiwa TD Sol to their arsenal.

 

These reels are mirror identicals 

 

The TD Sol in rightie and leftie

 

These Daiwa reels have a very fine profile

 

Daiwa has always been on the forefront of spinning reels and this year they are introducing a product thatís sure to open a lot of eyes and empty quite a few pocket books. It is the brand new Exceler spinning reel featuring an ultralight precision computer die cast aluminum alloy body, DigiGear digital gear design for speed, power, and durability, silent oscillation, a machined handle, Twist Buster II, Gyro System, a 7 bearing system, (1 RB, 4BB, and 2 CRBB), and a spare aluminum spool. The price you ask? Right around $60!

 

Introducing the new Daiwa Exceler

 

No only is this reel priced right, it's also designed very well

 

The Exceler sports two CRBBs

 

The Exceler sports a spare aluminum spool. Note the large drag discs on this reel

 

Presenting the new TD Vibration featuring a familiar, US market color palette

 

Daiwa also introduce new accessories this year including their own reel bags. No more using third party covers

 

The bottom view of the Daiwa cover

 

Gary Howell and Ray Niford of Daiwa showed us all these wonderful pieces

 

For 2006, Daiwa has added to their lineup of Team Daiwa lures. New are the TD Vibration, TD Minnow, TD Crank, TD Pencil, Saltiga Minnow, Saltiga Pencil, Saltiga Jerk Bait, and the Saltiga Popper. These lures are nicely detailed, and now come in popular, proven colors.

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