a quality reel available in all sizes, with high quality construction for durability and at a very reasonable price. One of Freshwater Fishing Rod Reviews Best Picks!

Model No. SE500FD; Ball Bearings: 4+1; Reel Ratio: 4.7:1; Line/Cap. (lbs./yds.):
2/190, 4/100.

Model No. SE1000FD; Ball Bearings: 4+1; Reel Ratio: 6.2:1;
Line/Cap. (lbs./yds.): 2/270, 4/140.

Model No. SE2500FD; Ball Bearings: 4+1;
Reel Ratio: 6.2:1; Line/Cap. (lbs./yds.): 6/200, 8/140.

Model No. SE4000FD; Ball
Bearings: 4+1; Reel Ratio: 5.7:1; Line/Cap. (lbs./yds.): 8/240, 10/200.

What people are saying;

“This is my second 2500 series reel. I liked my first so much I purchased an
additional. Smooth action and great line management.”

“I’ve stuck to Shimano reels for years – they are smooth and durable, and this is
no exception – great long casts, smooth, quick retrieves. Don’t waste your money
on lesser brands.”

“Great value for the money. I’ve got 3 Sedona reels for the family and I don’t
think there’s a better reel out there for the money.”

“I bought this reel in the 500 size for ultralight fishing. Casts and reels very
smoothly and the drag is also silky smooth. I’ve caught panfish and bullheads of
all sizes with this reel and it always works great. You can’t go wrong with

“We have 6 of these reels. They have all been excellent. Very smooth casting and
drag. No back play in the handle…when you need to set the hook, there is no
slack produced by the reel. In my opinion, I can’t really tell any difference
when using one of these reels compared to a much, much more expensive shimano I
have. I use trilene XL, stren original or flurocarbine line in 8# or 10#.”

You will be extremely satisfied with this Shimano Reel no matter what species of fish you are casting for. You can choose the size you want for your specific need and you won’t be disappointed.