DAIWA POWER ASSIST REELS

Select From These Models:

NEW Tanacom 1000
Marine Power™ MP 3000
Tanacom Bull™ TB 500
Tanacom Bull™ TB 750
Tanacom Bull™ TB 1000
Seaborg™ 1000MT
Seaborg Megatwin™ SB750MT
Seaborg Megatwin™ SB500MT
Daiwa Power Assist Reels
More Fun With Less Work
Unlike the hydraulic winches used by com-
mercial fishermen, Dendoh Power Assist reels offer the sportsman a manual winding option plus a smooth lever or star drag to fight the fish on the handle.
Click here for our Operating Manual
Important, this link contains important information regarding Battery Hookup, Inverse Counter use and advanced features like setting a Jigging-type retrieve or programming line diameter and length for maximum.
Easy To Use Interface
Lower your rig to the water’s surface, press the reset button to zero out the display and you’re ready to start fishing. The reel automatically measures the line that’s let out. Flip the Power Lever to rewind, the reel will auto-
matically stop as your rig reaches the surface.
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 blue-
water 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.
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 cover-
age. (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.

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