Without a doubt, Shimano is one of the best when it comes to reel construction. The IX4000R spinning reel incorporates the application of Shimano's vast knowledge and experience at an unbelievably low price ($18.74). Although among the least expensive spinning reels that Shimano makes, this reel gives the angler a lot a bang for his buck.
The IX4000R reel is highly versatile in that it can be used effectively in a wide variety of river, stream, lake, or saltwater applications with mono, flouro, or braid. The Shimano IX4000R spinning reels operate on a ball bearing system that is about as trouble-free as they come; a Gear Ratio of 4.1:1; a Maximum Drag of 15 lbs.; Line Capacity (lbs.-yds.) = 12-160; PowerPro Braided Line Capacity (lbs./yds.) = 30-175; Recovery = 24" per crank; weight = 12 oz.
Buy this reel at a Wal-Mart, and you will pay $18.74 ($12.99 + $0.78 tax + $4.97 VS) for 1 Shimano IX4000R spinning reel or $37.48 for 2. Follow up on this ad, and you can buy:
1 Shimano IX4000R spinning reel for $18 or 2 for $35;
1 with 12 lb. Berkley Trilene XL Clear Mono for $30 or 2 for $50;
1 with 20 lb. KastKing SuperPower Blue Braid for $35 or 2 for $60;
1 with 30 lb. PowerPro Moss Green Braid for $40 or 2 for $70.

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