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Introduction: After being launched in
1990, Accurate fishing products built a solid reputation over the following
years manufacturing products from gaffs to reels. Based in Southern California,
they are now best known for building reels at the very extreme of performance
and durability. Couple these attributes with their striking good looks, and
it's no wonder they receive constant praise. With some new reels being added to
the lineup at ICAST 2012, there now is even a model that should interest
freshwater anglers as well!
The new SR-6 reel is small enough to be
used for freshwater and inshore fishing.
SR-6 Spinning reel:
The new SR-6 model joins the family of rock solid
Twinspin Twin drag spinning reels. With it's smaller size this reel will be
right at home fishing for freshwater species like Bass and Steelhead, or inshore
saltwater fish like Snook and Stripers. This fully machined reel hosts a
variety of impressive features such as the patented Twin drag system, unique
power handle, 14 ball bearings, a manual bail for maximum casting, and much
more. Weighing in at 10 ounces, it will hold 110 yards of 10lb mono or up to
160 yards of 30lb braid. Look for the SR-6 to be available in September at a
price of $599.99.
This is a great looking reel with an
interesting handle design.
The Dawg Pound Xtreme 2 speed reels are
set to arrive shortly.
DPX 2 reels:
The new Dawg Pound Xtreme 2 speed or “DPX 2” reels feature a triple dog and pawl
setup for the ultimate in strength and stopping power. These reels also contain
features like a lever drag, larger anti reverse bearing, and stronger, larger
gear shaft. These reels are made to be compact workhorses capable of tackling
huge offshore species. They are a perfect choice to withstand the torture of
fishing braided line. Look for the DPX 2 reels to be released in September
with 11 models available for a price ranging from $599-$689.
The internals of the DPX 2
is excited to be the US dealer for tackle company Halco. Based in Australia,
Halco makes a variety of lures and terminal tackle. We were impressed by the
quality of their baits and the variety they had on hand.
A variety of poppers and
plugs from Australian company Halco.
Ben Secrest of Accurate with
the new SR-6 spinning reel.
For more information on Accurate products, visit
www.Accuratefishing.com. To get specifics on Halco tackle, check out