can anyone tell me if you use your mak10 or mak15 on the limit strike drag ? I mean, if someone actually use it on 25# strike or 34# full for daily fishing and experience no binding on the handle. Im planning on getting one for use them for bait for big cabrillas, medium sized YT on North Cortez Sea but from time to time your bait gets eaten by gulf groupers and those boys can get 70-80# and pull like mad bulls, if you catch them unguarded you can get them out with a ole 4/0 with the drag hammered to 25-30# or locked drags which we normally use down here, and dont want to get a big heavy reel when the normal fish is not bigger than 25-40# (if you have fished in Gonzaga Area you know that you cannot give any yard to a fish once is hooked). Gulf grouper is not my main targeted fish but wanted since this makiara reel will be my to-go reel and seeing how guys on the west coast of San Diego get tunas on the 100# range, I was wondering if this reel mak10/15 with drag on strike or full (34#) can stop a 80# grouper that runs for rock cover as soon as it bites on a pure tug-o-war fishing style. by chance someone can post a picture of a mak16 and a mak15 along a Penn 113h to check the size of the mak reel vs a well known reel.