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Daiwa Saltist Back Bay
Daiwa Saltist Back Bay
  • Manufactured by: Daiwa

Price:   $199.99

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NOTE: 4000 size is on Pre-order. Expected in December 2018

Model Number Action FW / SW Bearings Gear Ratio
Hi / Low
Line Per Handle Turn
Hi / Low
Wt. (oz.) Line Capacity (Lb. Test / Yards) Drag Max
Strike / Full
STTBB3000LT M / H 6BB, 1RB 5.6:1 33.2" 9.9 MONO: 8/170, 10/140
BRAID: 15/190, 20/170
STTBB4000LT M / H 6BB, 1RB 5.6:1 35.3" 10.6 MONO: 10/200, 12/170
BRAID: 20/240, 30/190

The standard for inshore and back bay saltwater fisherman country-wide has arrived. The Saltist Back Bay LT Reel employs our revolutionary HARDBODYZ design- utilizing an aluminum metal alloy, giving maximum strength and minimizing weight. These design features combine to create one of the lightest, strongest reels on the saltwater market. The Magsealed main shaft employ a magnetic oil that repels intrusion from salt water without compromising performance. The machined aluminum alloy DigiGear assures smooth, rugged performance with digitally milled gearing to maximize the efficiency of the gear-tooth interaction. Ideally suited for 8- and 10-pound test mono and equivalent braid, the Saltist Back Bay LT is Daiwa's state of the art interpretation of the perfect light tackle backwater spinning reel.

  • * LT CONCEPT - light and ridged aluminum construction
  • * MAGSEALED construction repels salt and grime
  • * Lightweight AIR ROTOR
  • * Stainless steel AIR BAIL technology
  • * DigiGear - Digital Gear Design
  • * 7-bearing (6+1) system with instant anti-reverse
  • * Up to 15.4 lbs. of Max Drag
Magnetic Oil
Magnetic Oil is one of a new generation of Nano Fluids that can change density and shape when a magnetic field is applied.

Air Rotor
The Air Rotor weighs up to 15% less than ordinary rotor designs. Its unique shape reduces unnecessary weight while distributing stress more evenly throughout the rotor for maximum strength.