spear gun reel

hey does anyone know what are some good reels for a rob allen tuna 800 railgun? i need to buy one soon before we go try get some spanish macks. any help appreciated


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for bigger pelagics i would

Mon, 2009-11-02 21:38

for bigger pelagics i would preferably use a float line.
(cheeper as well)
edit: don't no any reel's sorry

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Mon, 2009-11-02 21:49

http://www.superfrog.bur.st/products.php?offset=0&category=33&brand=Paxman

pretty sure this is what eveyones using on bobby a's these days.

bout 10 yrs ago when i bought my first rail gun i niggerrigged an omer reel for my ra but went back to a floatline after too many tangles. a good reel is better than a float line in my opinion but then you have to carry ya fish on you. bit of a 50/50 call

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Nothing worse than a boat

Tue, 2009-11-03 05:56

Nothing worse than a boat with 4 spearos using float lines though.

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adrenalin spearfishing

Tue, 2009-11-03 07:09

Those guys have the full range and the forum is very helpfull. Quality RA reels arnt cheep though. Another option is a breakaway

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Go the Barracuda Reel

Tue, 2009-11-03 07:21

I'm with dumper, the barracuda reels the bluewater spearo club use are the ducks guts. Know a few guys who use them and swear by them.

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They would get kicked out of

Tue, 2009-11-03 07:32

They would get kicked out of club if they used anything else ;)

Isn't half the club various paxmans and his son in law?

Pretty sure the local shop Hookah Dive stocks those reels.

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also

Tue, 2009-11-03 09:12

powerdive on stirling hwy cottesloe area have those plastic RA reels which are ok.

about a $100 roughly me thinks.

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k sweet ill seee at the

Tue, 2009-11-03 15:53

k sweet ill seee at the moment dumpers ones look like the way to go thanks everyone though