Shimano Bullseye 9120 Fixed Spool Reel

  • Now £369.99
  • (FREE UK Delivery)
  • RRP £419.99
Item in Stock | Usually dispatched within 24 hours
  • High Crank Power rating
  • 20kg Drag Power
  • High Cast Rating
  • 555 Weight range (g)
  •  Front Drag
  •  spare_spool No
  • bearings 8+1
  • Capacity (lb/yds) 8/200, 10/160, 12/130 
  • Gear Ratio 3.9:1



Shimano Bullseye XT Surf Reels

XT - Xtra Tough. If you are expecting to hit some big fish, you want your reel to be able to stand up to the challenge. The Shimano Bullseye XT 9120 Fixed Spool Reel is your partner. With solid Power AL construction and cold forged gear, the cranking power of this reel is class leading

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