DAIWA POWER ASSIST REEL TECHNOLOGY
MAGSEALED BALL BEARING
Magnetic oil bridges the gap between the inner and outer bearing races— keeping the elements out.
POWER LEVER FOR SPEED CONTROL
Instant, variable speed and power at your fingertips.
CRBB SEALED BEARINGS
Corrosion resistant ball bearings last up to12 times longer than standard stainless steel ball bearings.
DENDOH-STYLE KITE SYSTEM
Quickly retrieve kites—even in heavy winds. Our 32 inch kite rod slips into a
forward rod holder, keeping the reel’s readout and controls in easy view.
ELIMINATE THE DRUDGERY OF WINDING UP HEAVY SINKERS FROM DEPTHS OF 300—800—1,500 FEET—AND EVEN MORE—JUST TO CHECK YOUR BAIT
Unlike the hydraulic winches used by commercial fishermen, Dendoh Power Assist reels offer the sportsman a powerful motor that lets you pull up and check baits— backbreaking work with manual winding. On hookup—switch over to manual and use the handle to fight ‘em and bring ‘em in the traditional way. Get out beyond the rest of the pack and fish deeper, less picked over reefs for better quality fishing.
DREDGE BIG DAISY-CHAINS FOR BILLFISH
Perfect for towing big Dredge Rigs and quickly retrieving upon hook-up.
DAYTIME SWORDFISH AT EXTREME
PERFECT FOR KITE FISHING ON THE TROLL
Trolling live or dead baits while using a kite can be extremely effective in attracting strikes from sailfish, tuna, dolphinfish and any other bluewater game fish prone to crashing a bait at the surface. When kite fishing while trolling, it is crucial to motor into the wind to keep the kite from stalling. For maximum surface coverage, many anglers position two kites out of the outriggers and then arrange a full spread of flat lines, as well.
PERFECT FOR KITE FISHING ADRIFT
Drifting is the most popular approach to kite fishing, punctuated by exciting surface strikes from aggressive game fish. Again, using two kites (weighted to fly to the left and right), with multiple baits off each kite line, helps to achieve maximum surface coverage. (In fact, flat lines used on the upwind side of the boat provide even more coverage.) Using a sea anchor(s) to slow the boat’s drift can help the kite fly better.
POWER ASSIST REELS