Daiwa Lexa High Capacity LEXA300HS-P Review

Daiwa Lexa High Capacity Low-Profile 7.1:1 Baitcast Reel, Black - LEXA300HS-P

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Rating: 4.3/5

Gear Ratio

Weight

Price

PROS

- It is flawless and ideal if you want to catch muskies

- It’s light weight

CONS

- It is expensive, but is built to last

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Baitcasting Reels Comparison

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Intro

If you love fishing and you really want to spend your leisure time on the lake, or your objective is to catch a great fish with ease and display it to the whole world, then the Lexa 400 is one of the reels you may consider buying.

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It is an innovative reel that comes in 300 and 400 sizes and a wide range of retrieve speed. The Lexa 400 is the largest arsenal in Daiwa’s line. It has a 25 pound drag and is preferred when you intend to bring home a big catch. It is built for strong lines, no wonder it is ideal for large fish.

Description

The Lexa 400 comes in three ratios, but the 7.1:1 is the most recommended since it comes with a powerful handle. It is light weight and combines the reduced size and its powerful carbon fiber drag and gearing to become the best option on the market. The carbon drag is designed in such a way that it stops the hard runs caused by gamefish.

The reel can be used to catch a broad range of fish such as stripers, steelhead, salmon, tarpon, blue fish, Muskie, and much more. The Lexa 400 has an increased line capacity and power and can target bigger fish as well. The handle is a heavy duty corrosive resistance and suitably made for salt water fishing.

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The reel is capable of dishing out a heavy 25 lbs. drag and can hold close to 300 yds. of 55 lb. braid. It has an increased casting distance and control. Also, it allows the angler to make adjustments based on the lure selection or control since it has an external cast control.

Product Features

7 Bearing System (2CRBB, 4BB +1RB):

Its CRBB bearings are made of stainless steel and are specially treated to last longer than any other standard stainless steel bearings. They come with a case to shield them from salt crystal, sand, and fine grit. Note that the bearings are corrosion resistant. The reels have handles that move the paddle closer to the roads center-line, meaning that less energy is expended on the crank, yet it gives you a more powerful retrieve.

The system uses 7 bearings which are enough to support distance casting and makes the reel quite smooth. The bearings are all designed to hold better on the elements. They last long and remain more seamless.

Ultimate Tournament Carbon Drag (UTD):

The Lexa 400 series are built with big fish and strong lines in mind. It allows the angler to do precision flats casting. It comes with a UTD drag, which can be dialed to a maximum of 25 pounds.

It is a super high density drag system that is specially designed and oiled to increase the drag force. It does not require a lot of inertia to get it working. UTD drag is stable and easily balances the drag system against the rotation of the spool. Also, it comes with carbon drag washers, which are more durable compared to other drag washers that were previously used.

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Infinite Anti-Reverse:

The Lexa 400 boasts of the infinite anti-reverse feature, which is certainly one of the week points of many reels. DAIWA utilizes high-quality parts that are all made of steel. The infinite anti-reverse system helps to limit back-play handle movement.

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The system uses one way roller bearing that are strategically placed on the main shaft. This way, they are made to perform better compared to the standard cog and dog anti-reverse. The infinite anti-reverse system comes with numerous advantages including, but not limited to kicking in fast as soon as the reel is put in a reverse gear.

Sturdy Frame:

Lexa 400 can be used and cast in a rough way because it comes with an aluminum open access frame with an ergonomic design, which allows the angler to control the real but deliver unrivalled casting.

It means that it does not matter how you use the reel, it will remain good and you will not have to worry even when it is about to catch a huge fish. The sturdy frame makes the Lexa 400 rate higher since it eliminates the lashing that was associated with previous reels. It helps the angler to easily control line flow.

Conclusion:

Lexa 400 is a new reel but is certainly something you should consider buying. It feels good in hands, it is strong and quite durable.

The cast control system helps the angler to remain in charge regardless of the prevailing conditions or casting experience. The reel is light weight and combines the features of the magnetic and centrifugal braking. This allows for unmatched casting capability and makes Lexa a pleasure to own.

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