daiwa ryoga bay jigger

 Hi has anyone got or used a daiwa ryoga bay jigger im interested in getting one for jigging for demersals any feed back would be good

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This one went up last

Wed, 2014-05-28 20:55
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 Sorry forgot to say Im not

Wed, 2014-05-28 21:25

 just want some info about how they handle and reliability and wat people think about them

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Ah sorry mate, can read the

Wed, 2014-05-28 21:34

Ah sorry mate, can read the post both ways I guess.

I dont' have one but am interested too, they look tight.  I remember shecky selling one a little while ago, he raved about them in that post if I remember right.  I'll see if I can dig it up, see if there was more detail.

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My bad, he was plugging the

Wed, 2014-05-28 21:40

My bad, he was plugging the rod he was selling with the reel.  Ignore all posts from me. 

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Basically

Wed, 2014-05-28 22:08

 They are the same reel as a daiwa pluton just an oversees model name being the difference

 

that and the fact they normally fit jigging handles to them and not twin baitcaster style handles

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 From (rusty) memory they

Thu, 2014-05-29 15:44

 From (rusty) memory they also don't have the palm cast control on the side, have wider/beefier gears and more drag. There may be one or two extra bearings?

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Levelwind.

Fri, 2015-02-06 17:54

Has syncronised levelwind (stops that grinding feeling when the line comes off the spool at an angle out the levelwind guide). Pluton is non syncro

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 Cheers fellas 

Thu, 2014-05-29 13:24

 Cheers fellas 

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The new one is oh so sweet.

Thu, 2014-05-29 16:54

The new one is oh so sweet. 10kg of drag up from 8 in the old one. Its the higher version of the pluton. Now sold in aus. Retails around the $700 mark.

It was either this or the Stella fi. Went the stella in the end.

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I have one, well it's the

Tue, 2014-06-03 19:19

I have one, well it's the wife's actually. Here is some quoted info. Basically it's a pocket Hercules, beefed up even from the Star drag Saltigas. Having said that, unless you want a level wind, a star drag Saltiga 20 will be more than enough.

"The major difference is that the Ryoga has Hyper Digigear (same C6191 marine bronze used in the heavy duty Saltiga Spinning reels and other top end Daiwa reels). The conventional Saltigas (15 thru 50) as well as their Lever Drag counterparts do not employ this highest end gear. Star drag Saltigas employ machine cut alloy gears and the lever drag Saltigas use helical cut stainless steel gears.

The Level wind mechanism would also add an element of additional cost to the Ryogas. The level wind on this Ryoga is synchronous to the spool, so it will move along with the spool when the spool is rotating. The Pluton and other non-Bay Jigging Ryogas have non-sync level winds.

Additional CRBB bearings, ultimate tournament drag, and the perfect double stopper are three more features which probably adds to the price tag."

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 Bought 1 today at tackle

Sat, 2014-06-14 21:26

 Bought 1 today at tackle world 400 bucks 

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the new blue one??

Tue, 2014-06-17 19:58

the new blue one??

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 Nah got the old model im

Wed, 2014-06-18 07:24

 Nah got the old model im happy with it cant wait to give it a flogging next time im out on my boat

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still a bloody nice reel .

Thu, 2014-06-19 05:41

still a bloody nice reel . and got it for a steal.

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Got the c2025 pesh model

Wed, 2014-06-25 13:27

Got the c2025 pesh model loaded with wx8 pe3 braid and got a shimano game type j pe 3-5 jig weight 110-240 awsome rod saved alot of money on the sales at bluewater

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 I'm not an overhead fan but

Wed, 2014-06-25 22:51

 I'm not an overhead fan but after trying the new one today I'm sold on getting one . Such a sweet reel

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 Same rob Ive always used

Mon, 2014-06-30 20:02

 Same rob Ive always used spin reels the only overheads I have are for trolling. I gota christen this rod and reel on somthing big went out chasing sambos sat arvo but no luck gemini wreck is full of them atm 1 boat was anchord up and geting them on fly rods. I couldn't get in close enough to the wreck 

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 What rod to suit a ryoga

Fri, 2015-02-06 11:42

 What rod to suit a ryoga 2025?

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i have just brought a mytho

Fri, 2015-02-06 12:31

i have just brought a mytho to suit my ryoga and love it before that i had the abu saltystage and mate was the best vaule for money rod for the ryoga

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 Yeah very nice reel I also

Mon, 2015-02-09 20:42

 Yeah very nice reel I also have mine on a salty stage very sweet set up