ATD 6

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  1. graywolf

    graywolf Newbie

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    Can you please tell me what is the difference between ATD6 and BV800 or B30 ,i am thinking the get one for 130 or bigger YFT,thank you for any information
     
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    Apples and oranges. Check out the line capacity. The ATD6 is a small reel; the BV800 is much larger.
     
  3. graywolf

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    But torque on atd6 is 47 on BV2 800 is 36 pound
    Also 500 yard is good enough for me
    Which can handle better on larger fish ,I have bv2 800 and B30
    Already ,i like smaller reels
    Any other input,thx
     
  4. abj5150

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    The ATD-6 is a heavier reel designed differently than the other reels you describe. For 150# tuna your BV2-800 or your BX-30 will get the job done.
     
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    Thank you Al,what kind a fishing will you with atd 6
     
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    With an ATD-6 You can fish for the heavier fish. Halibut, tuna etc. The ATD reels are built heavier with different gears and anti-reverse mechanisms.
     
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