There is nothing we can say about our iconic Shimano TLD range of multipliers that have not already been said! Wherever you fishing the world today you will find Shimano TLD reels being used by anglers in both fresh and saltwater. TLD 15 and TLD 20 are a tried and tested product range which is widely regarded as being the industry standard in terms of aff ordable, high performance, lever drag multiplier reels. The design of the TLD range of reels meets the demanding requirements of British sea anglers who typically load their reels with either monofilament or braided lines, fishing for a wide variety of species with natural baits or artificial lures at anchor or on the drift
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