Shimano Baitrunner DL RB reels

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  • (Delivery from £6.99)
  • RRP £109.99
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Shimano Baitrunner Reels, DL600 RB & DL10000 RB Reels, Shimano Baitrunners
Powered by Zinc Diecast Drive Gear
Three Shielded Stainless Steel bearings plus a roller bearing
line capacity 12lb/265yds on 6000
line capacity 12lb/430yds on 10000

Shimano Baitrunner DL RA. With its midnight blue body and gunmetal grey Cold Forged Aluminium main spool, Baitrunner DL also comes with a spare XT7 spool as standard. Both have prodigious line capacities - 500m of 0.30mm on the 10000 and 270m on the 6000 - and are powered by Zinc Diecast Drive Gear backed by three Shielded Stainless Steel bearings plus a roller bearing. Get your Shimano Baitrunners online at North East Tackle Supplies today.

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