Shield: New From Tsunami Fishing for 2017

by • July 6, 2017 • Outlaw Blog, Press ReleasesComments (0)53

Tsunami Fishing has recently unveiled their latest in saltwater fishing reels with the Shield. Designed to protect the reel from the harsh reality that is saltwater, the Shield has 10-13 internal seals for water resistance protection.shield

Saltwater can be a double-edged sword! It’s in our blood and it’s what fuels our passion to keep searching for that next trophy. But, it is also the great enemy of fishing tackle.

The unique Tsunami SHIELD™ series of Salt Water Proof spinning reels feature up to 13 internal seals in key, strategic locations to shield critical components from harmful saltwater intrusion. The internal seals, super smooth and strong CF3™ carbon fiber drag system and 5 sealed stainless steel bearings are wrapped in a hybrid machined aluminum body combining protection, precision and toughness.   The heavy-duty rotor brake controlled bail system and precision machined aluminum, braid-ready spool assures the best control of super braids cast after long cast.

The 3000 and 4000 SHIELD models contain 10 strategically located internal seals for years of reliable use with minimal maintenance. The 5000 and 6000 Shield reels contain 13 various internal seals at all of the locations where salt water could reasonably be expected to penetrate the reel for even greater protection in these larger reels. Hybrid all metal construction includes precision machined aircraft aluminum and tempered aluminum precision stampings and heavy duty protective anodizing to keep these reels operating up to factory specifications year after year. The combination of these top-notch designs and precisely mated components are what make the Tsunami SHIELD™ spinning reels an all new contender for your favorite reel for years to come!

The Shield has two price ranges:

3000/4000: $99.99

5000/6000: $109.99

The Shield reels from Tsunami Fishing are a great combination for kayak anglers everywhere because they can withstand the rigors of fishing gear being close to the water.

 

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