The patented Magforce Z technology provides for a smoother and more precise casting over longer distances. This makes for an excellent tool for catching the prized fishes that feed on the waters near the shore. You no longer need to be a professional to master the art of surf casting.
The drag rating of the Daiwa Millionaire at 11 pounds limits its use especially if you’re looking to hook larger species of fish like cobia, big drum, or even a shark as well as other heftier species. This should therefore, be taken into consideration if you seriously want to catch bigger fishes.
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For anglers who prefer fishing in the surf with their feet still firmly planted on the ground, the Daiwa M7HTMAG Millionaire Surf Cast Reel offers the best performance regardless of your skill level. The Daiwa Millionaire is one of the finest off-the-shelf surf fishing reels that gives both novice and expert anglers the maximum casting distance in the surf, allowing for precision casting all the time, every time.
It has been tested and proven by professional anglers competing in casting competitions in the European circuit as well as in other parts of the world where sport fishing is a huge draw.
The beautiful and elegant design of the Daiwa Millionaire is marvelously mated to a superb magnetic braking technology allowing anglers excellent control over their casts each and every time. Made of only the highest grade materials and built under strict quality control conditions in Daiwa’s Japanese facility, the Millionaire provides fully adjustable controls enabling anglers of any skill level to cast over maximum distances without ever losing sight of the prize.
Regardless of your preferred casting style or the conditions in the surf, the Daiwa Millionaire is poised to give you the opportunity to make precision casting and pull in the catch.
The Daiwa Millionaire M7HTMAG Surf Cast Reel is primarily indicated for surf casting where anglers are required to have a certain kind of mindset that separates them from other types of shore fishers like those who stay in piers or even the shore. Surf casting requires highly specialized casting techniques to cast or send the bait or lure some distances and into schools of fish feeding inshore. This is where the Daiwa Millionaire can work its charm.
Because of its patented Magforce Z technology, it allows anglers to obtain absolute control over the speed and distances of their cast, regardless of prevailing surf conditions or preferred casting style. When cast, it can reach blitzing speeds of up to 30,000 revolutions per minute. The Magforce Z, also known as Magnofuge in the European market, provides the necessary magnetic braking to prevent the cast from over-running as the spool approaches its terminal velocity.
As the spool slows down in its spin, the Magforce Z backs off to allow the spool to spin a lot longer, covering greater distances over the surf. It is entirely possible to break the current world record of surf casting at a distance of 940.38 feet or 313.46 yards.
The patented Magforce Z or Magnofuge technology of the Daiwa Millionaire provides superb control of every cast allowing for casting over farther distances on the surf. The patented technology gives anglers precision casting every time. The Magforce Z ensures more stable and precise casting, preventing overruns by smoothly applying the magnetic brakes, and releasing the magnetic braking system as the spool reaches its terminal velocity to carry the lure or bait some additional distances. It’s a highly-effective, competition-tested, and highly proven technology that brings out the competitive spirit in any modern-day surf angler.
Daiwa boasts of its excellent corrosion resistant ball bearings (CRBB) that the company guarantees will keep the reel working perfectly in any condition which can significantly outlast any reel ball bearings made of standard stainless steel by up to a whopping 12 times longer. This simply means, while your surf casting buddies may already be heading back to their favorite fishing supply store to get their new set of reel, you’ll still be enjoying the full thrill of casting in the surf. The Daiwa Millionaire comes with a 5 CRBB + 1 BB + 1 RB bearing system.
Weighing in at a measly 12.2 ounces, the Daiwa Millionaire is made of super-tuned and machine-cut aluminum alloy that gives it an amazingly lightweight design. This should make casting a lot easier, adding to the superb distance of each cast. Your arms will never tire although serious surf casters will use the strength and force of the whole body to propel the lure or bait well beyond the surf in the waiting mouths of feeding fish inshore. Making this possible is the ingenious engineering of its one-piece aluminum frame to give it unsurpassed performance.
The Daiwa Millionaire provides a gear ratio of 5.8:1 enabling you to pick the line at 28 inches per crank. What makes it really work is its superior use of high-grade brass that make up its drive gear as well as performance-grade stainless steel for its pinion. Overall, what you get is quick recovery of your line, allowing you to cast a lot faster and with increasing precision and frequency. No aquatic life form will ever escape your line as it will be in your hands as quickly as you have sent your lure over the surf.
The Daiwa M7HTMAG Millionaire Surf Cast Reel is an excellent piece of surf casting technology that is perfect for anglers who require casting over long distances.
Limited only by its 11-lb drag limit, the Millionaire effectively puts the fun and thrill of surf casting in your hands. The superb combination of lightweight yet rigid design allows for more efficient and precision casting.
The Daiwa M7HTMAG Millionaire surf cast reel’s Magforce Z technology extends the reach of the line enabling even the novice angler to hook some really fantastic fish on any coast, regardless of prevailing surf conditions and preferred style of casting.
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